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Four years on from the financial crisis and the global economy remains deeply unstable. Austerity measures are failing on their own terms, hindering already shaky prospects for economic recovery. The roots of our current problems lie far beyond the credit crunch of 2008 - it is time for a new macroeconomic strategy, one that moves away from focusing on GDP growth and towards an economy that is more equal, provides good jobs, minimises our environmental impact and maximises well-being.

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Publication // September 30, 2015

A new ecological macroeconomic model

Analysing the interactions between the ecosystem, the financial system and the macroeconomy


Blog post // September 21, 2015

A beginner’s guide to neoliberalism - listen now

What is neoliberalism and what could we do instead? A special series of podcasts More

Publication // March 19, 2014

Economic healthcheck

A return to growth, but no recovery - 5 signs our economy is heading back into dangerous, pre-crash conditions.


Publication // April 26, 2013

Why we need a new macroeconomic strategy

Austerity policies are failing on their own terms and damaging our fundamentally weak economy. It’s time for a new approach.