Category: Cohesive Capitalism

In the United Kingdom, the gap between the pay of men and women in the workforce has theoretically never been smaller. Yet the real gender pay…

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In the United Kingdom, the gap between the pay of men and women in the workforce has theoretically never been smaller. For full-time workers across…

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Three pieces of news commanded column inches this past week or so. The first was an analysis from the TUC based on OECD data showing…

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Text of letter published in the Financial Times on 8 August 2016. Original FT Letter here. Sir, The Bank of England has given us more of…

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Theresa May has made responsible capitalism one of her key aims. She has suggested labour representation on company boards, reining in executive pay and making…

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It is now four decades – exactly four decades – since I took my A Levels, the heady, long hot summer of 1976. The drought,…

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Share Radio Morning Money – 29th June 2016 Radix, “the think tank of the radical centre”, launches with a report and an event on Quantitative…

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Quantitative Easing has enriched the wealthy at the expense of the poor. What does this mean for Central Bank independence and political accountability? We calculate…

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This article first appeared in Het Financieele Dagblad (Dutch) and the Huffington Post (English). In December I attended a session at the Dutch National Bank…

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