Whilst GVC analysis can be used to map dynamics of global production, it neglects the wider structural context in which industrial development takes place.
While a single market in European banking was promoted by elites to peripheral countries in the Eurozone, this project actually drove the financial crisis.
To understand divergence in the Eurozone, it is vital to look at trade in ‘peripheral’ states and their relationship to wider processes of globalisation.
If economies are to be ‘rebalanced’ away from speculative activity, policymakers must challenge the political alliances between finance accountancy firms.
In recent decades, the German state has decreased industrial support. This blog examines the politics of restructuring German industrial capitalism.
This blog explores whether the post-2008 period opened-up a new space for public development banking in emerging economies.
This blog by Scott Lavery, Inga Rademacher and Victoria Stadheim examines how industrial development might be re-shaped in this ‘post-crash world’.