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Paul Collier is professor of economics and public policy at the Blavatnik School of Government
Why we need a radical model for society in which the state does things with, not for, its citizens.
In the latest in our new series on the consequences of the crisis, a distinguished economist makes the case for a new political settlement.
Acclaimed by the left, Piketty wants to transform European politics. But he ignores the real concerns of most people.
The real “third way” is communitarianism – and the purpose of such a Labour Party would be to restore community.
In his history of capitalism’s rise, Donald Sassoon argues that for the economic system to work both the state and the population must accept its drawbacks as well as its benefits.
Victorious party leader Mette Frederiksen is rebuilding a culture of shared identity, common purpose, and mutual obligations.
If Britain does revoke it, which it can do unilaterally, following the European elections in May we will find our position transformed.