The real fear for the US and the UK is that China’s authoritarian economic model could spell the end of liberal capitalism
The prime minister wants to dismantle England’s planning system and hand over more power to private developers. He must be stopped before it's too late.
I have a new paper out today, co-authored by Christine Berry and Shreya Nanda, called 'Who wins and who pays? Rentier power and the Covid crisis'.
COVID-19 has sharpened the divide between landlords and tenants, and debtors and creditors. We all must ask: whose side are we on?
From coronavirus to climate change, China is surging ahead of the US and its allies. Are we witnessing the slow death of liberal capitalism?
Pumping new money into the economy without altering power relations will only exacerbate existing inequalities.
If our aim is to protect human and environmental health, restoring the status quo is not good enough. Thankfully, there is an alternative.
It's hardly surprising people think Britain is a meritocracy: the Thatcherite narrative on wealth creation has gone unchallenged for decades.
A trio of interconnected crises have brought Britain to the brink of radical change. The consequences will be felt for decades to come.
The ancient institutions of the British state are well past their sell-by date. Only a radical shake-up can resolve the crisis.