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THE STATE OF THE DEBATE 2017

Published: 20.02.17 | in: Inclusive Growth | Download PDF
Authors: Rt Hon Liam Byrne MP, Michael Jacobs, Rick Samans, Gabriela Ramos,

In a democracy, anger isn’t abstract. As both the vote for Brexit and the election of Donald Trump show, it turns up on polling day, with potentially disastrous results for the health of the world’s marketplace.

This ground-breaking series of essays begins to set out the foundations for a new consensus in political economy. And not before time.

Published: 20.02.17 Categories: Inclusive Growth
Authors: Rt Hon Liam Byrne MP Michael Jacobs Rick Samans Gabriela Ramos Download the PDF

THE STATE OF THE DEBATE 2017

Published: 20.02.17 | in: Inclusive Growth | Download PDF
Authors: Rt Hon Liam Byrne MP, Michael Jacobs, Rick Samans, Gabriela Ramos,
In a democracy, anger isn’t abstract. As both the vote for Brexit and the election of Donald Trump show, it turns up on polling day, with potentially disastrous results for the health of the world’s marketplace.

This ground-breaking series of essays begins to set out the foundations for a new consensus in political economy. And not before time.

CONTENTS

WELCOME TO THE FUTURE OF POLITICAL ECONOMY p1-8

Rt Hon. Liam Byrne MP, Chair of the APPG on Inclusive Growth and Labour Member of Parliament for Birmingham Hodge Hill

INCLUSIVE GROWTH: THE CHALLENGE OF OUR TIMES p9-11

Professor Colin Hay, Co-Director of the Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute (SPERI)

INCLUSIVE GROWTH – A NEW AGENDA p12-15

George Freeman MP, Conservative Member of Parliament for Mid Norfolk; Chairman of the Prime Minister’s Policy Board and Chairman of the Conservative Policy Forum

INCLUSIVE GROWTH: TURNING ASPIRATION INTO ACTION p16-17

Richard Samans, Member of the Managing Board, World Economic Forum

GLOBALISATION AND INCLUSIVE GROWTH: THE CHALLENGES FOR GOVERNMENT AND BUSINESS p18-20

Rt Hon. Dame Caroline Spelman MP, Vice-Chair of the APPG on Inclusive Growth and Conservative Member of Parliament for Meriden

THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ECONOMIC GROWTH, AND ECONOMIC GROWTH FOR ALL p21-25

Alison McGovern MP, Vice-Chair of the APPG on Inclusive Growth, Labour Member of Parliament for Wirral South

SOCIAL POLICY: A VITAL PARTNER IN ANY INCLUSIVE GROWTH STRATEGY p26-28

Dr Hannah Lambie-Mumford, Research Fellow, Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute (SPERI)

WE NEED TO RETHINK ECONOMIC POLICY TO BRING PROSPERITY TO THE WHOLE COUNTRY p29-31

Michael Jacobs, Director of the IPPR Commission on Economic Justice

INCLUSIVE GROWTH AT CITY REGION LEVEL: A PERSPECTIVE FROM GREATER MANCHESTER p32-34

Professor Ruth Lupton, Head of the Inclusive Growth Analysis Unit, The University of Manchester

TOWARDS AN EMPOWERING STATE: TURNING INCLUSIVE GROWTH INTO A GLOBAL REALITY p35-39

Gabriela Ramos, Special Counsellor to the OECD Secretary-General in charge of Inclusive Growth and Sherpa

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