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Towards a New Market Economy in Europe for Future Generations

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Reinventing Capitalism: Creating a Better Market Society

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Articles & Blogs

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It’s Time to End Slash-and-Burn Capitalism

“We don’t need to reinvent capitalism. We just need to practice it. That means that corporations that embrace market mechanisms and decry government intervention in the good times should not change the rules when times turn tough. Privatizing profits while socializing risks isn’t capitalism: It’s rigged roulette. Equally important, practicing capitalism does not mean insisting on special treatment from government that benefits shareholders at the expense of other stakeholders. And it means treating government as the vital partner to business, one that supports the physical and social infrastructure, and the political stability, that make business possible.”

Participate & Contribute; The Future of Capitalism Concerns Us All

“Major signs of a new era! At the same time, the question remains how strong this wave of financial and economic innovation is. And where can a different kind of economy really take shape? In the US, the strong but wing-limp country beyond the ocean for many years? In China, where individual freedom is the key to every budget? This is where Europe comes into play, next to the US the largest economy in the world.”

The Economics of Belonging: A Radical Plan to Win Back the Left Behind and Achieve Prosperity for All

“In The Economics of Belonging: A Radical Plan to Win Back the Left Behind and Achieve Prosperity for All, Martin Sandbu seeks to address the extent to which many citizens of western democracies feel ‘left behind’ by recent economic changes, proposing a detailed plan for creating a just economy where everyone can belong. While finding this a highly readable and carefully argued book that offers a number of persuasive policy prescriptions, John Tomaney questions whether it provides a fully convincing programme for the left-behind.”

The Future of Capitalism; A Series of Online Dialogues

Through a series of ten public online dialogues we will explore solutions and bring together researchers from around the world to rethink capitalism. How can the freedom and innovative potential of free markets be squared with the requirements of ecological sustainability and social justice as well as inclusiveness? Speakers include Elizabeth Anderson, Paul Collier, Joseph Stiglitz, Mohammed Yunus and Luigi Zingales (and others). Join us for this series of online events from September to November 2020.

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