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Book Odd Man Out?
For some politicians and commentators, Britain is always destined to be the ‘odd man out’ in the European Union, with a history and set of political attitudes which must always pit the United Kingdom’s interests against those of its neighbours. For others, such claims of British exceptionalism are at best much exaggerated, and to the...
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Book The Return of the State?
In the wake of the economic crisis that caught the world unprepared in 2008, the state has seen a remarkable comeback. After an age of neoliberalism, in which the cutting back of state activity was the mantra, it was the state that was turned to when banks and markets failed. Governments all over the world...
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Book Meltdown
Meltdown tells the full story of the global financial and economic crisis. Drawing on a decade of research it looks at the roots of the catastrophe and reveals the true underlying causes of the global meltdown – some of which might be surprising. And it answers the question: who is to blame? The book also...
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Book The Geo-Politics of the City
With a foreword by former BBC political editor and Ambassador to Washington Peter Jay, this collection of essays examines the geo-political and economic implications of the City of London’s financial markets in a globalised world. Exploring globalisation, the growth of China and India, terrorism, corporate social responsibility, the powerful foreign exchange markets and questions of...
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Book Sidekick - Bulldog to Lapdog
Everyone is still asking: Why did Britain go to war in Iraq? Why did Prime Minister Blair support America at every turn? How has the bulldog become a lapdog? And, is Britain now forever just a part of the American empire? In his new book Sidekick Stephen Haseler answers these highly topical and urgent questions....
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Book The City in Europe and the World
Presents a collection of essays on the place of the City of London’s financial markets in Europe and the world, its relationship with government and the political economy, the euro, regulation, and ethics. This book draws on contributions from academics, politicians, and industry practitioners. Dr. Stephen Barber (Editor), contributors include Sir Peter Mandelson & Angela...
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Europe’s divergence from America, on issues like war with Iraq and trade competition, is becoming increasingly ill-tempered. With the Euro flourishing and a European defence force a real prospect, Europe is now a recognizable political entity on the world scene. A population of over 300 million and the world’s largest economy have already turned the...
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