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Mathew Lawrence is the founder and director of the think tank Common Wealth.
We should re-imagine work and society based on the extension of democracy into the economy.
Contemporary Keynesianism would not be content with managing aggregate demand, but would address itself to the systemic crisis threatening civilisation: climate change.
The Covid-19 pandemic has shown why we must transform an economy that too often rewards the safety of rent-seeking over truly creative enterprise.
The current legal framework enables and rewards the behaviours that are driving the climate emergency.
No longer content with regulating capitalism, progressives are instead directly confronting capital ownership.
Labour's plan to give employees a meaningful stake in the economy could build a new political constituency for the party.
Rather than being privately extracted, data and technology must be harnessed for collective gain.
The cryptocurrency produces as much CO2 a year as a million transatlantic flights - and that number is set to grow.
We still have time to prevent catastrophic climate change - but a limited social democratic project is inadequate.
Progressives have a lot to prepare for.