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The Schizophrenia of UK (De) industrialisation Policy

Far from radically rebalancing the structure of the UK economy, Theresa May’s industrial strategy seems destined to entrench the UK’s deindustrialisation It is now over a decade since the run on Northern Rock augured the onset of a financial crisis whose reverberations are still being felt in the British political system. The response to the crisis, not least the austerity … Continue reading

2 October 2018 by
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The final frontier? Promise and risk in Iran’s emerging market

Richard Woodward

Iran’s huge economic potential comes with significant risk. Foreign companies are engaging but only at arm’s length. The announcement of Iran’s preliminary nuclear deal in July 2015 and the subsequent easing of sanctions augured a brighter economic outlook for the former pariah state. Commentaries hailing Iran as ‘the billion dollar growth opportunity’ and the ‘best emerging market for years to … Continue reading

16 October 2017 by
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Richard Woodward to join SPERI as a Visiting Fellow

We’re pleased to announce that Richard Woodward will be joining SPERI as a visiting fellow from March until September 2014. Richard is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Politics, Philosophy & International Studies at the University of Hull. His main research interests are in the field of political economy with special reference to the globalisation and governance of financial markets, … Continue reading

14 March 2014 by
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