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The GPI draws on both a rich pool of international thinkers, academics, and professionals from diverse backgrounds, including international affairs, banking and finance, industry, technology and science, media and international organisations. What we all have in common is a strong belief that new and fresh ideas are needed for a rapidly changing world, and a shared dedication to devising innovative yet practical policy solutions to that can make a real difference.

British Business Banking (Finance Matters): The Failure of Finance Provision for SMEs

Why are British banks so risk averse when it comes to providing long-term loan finance to businesses? In Europe the dominance of bank lending in the financing of small and...
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The Federalist Revolution: A New Global Democratic Empire

In this book Michael Lloyd discusses the relations between populism, nationalism, democracy, and federalism. The book analyses the nature of populism, its characteristics, and its attractions to wide swathes of...
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The ‘America First’ Endgame: US Financial Warfare, the Coming Global Reset & the Making of Europe

The ‘America First’ Endgame argues that we are currently witnessing the ‘endgame’ of the international system established by the USA in the immediate post-WWII period. It is against this background...
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The Routledge Companion to Reward Management

The Routledge Companion to Reward Management provides a prestige reference work and a state-of-the-art compilation, mapping out contemporary developments and debates on rewarding people in employment, and how they relate...
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Federal Central Banks: A Comparison of the US Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank

Federal Central Banks is a unique study that critically examines the role and impact of central banks in federal and confederal political systems. It conducts a detailed examination of the...
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ENGLAND ALONE: Brexit and the Crisis of English Identity

Brexit represents an existential crisis for the British state and people. As Brexit Britain slips its moorings and moves away from the mainstream of European civilisation huge questions remain unanswered....
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Book Grand Delusion

The Grand Delusion: Britain After Sixty Years of Elizabeth II

Written in the public glow surrounding the Queen s Diamond Jubilee, The Grand Delusion is a critical history of Britain’s post-war establishment – with the Queen and her Prime Ministers...
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Book On the Edge: Britain and Europe

On the Edge: Britain and Europe

A book by Brendan Donnelly & Lord Hugh Dykes During the past twenty years the British discussion of European issues has increasingly lost contact with reality or rationality. Wilful ignorance,...
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Book Tragedy of Riches

Tragedy of Riches: How Our Politics Has Failed Us and Why We Need a New Economic Destiny

As this book was in its final stages, violent riots broke out in numerous London boroughs and subsequently in other English cities. Shops were looted, cars and property vandalised and...
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Book Meltdown UK

Meltdown UK – There is Another Way

Meltdown UK is the story of how Britain’s leaders – from Thatcher to Blair – through arrogance and recklessness turned Britain into an ‘island experiment’ for global finance and ‘market...
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Reforming the City: Responses to the Global Financial Crisis

It’s official: the financial services sector in the UK has grown to be larger ‘than is socially optimal’ (Lord Turner, FSA). Government support for the banking sector is ‘close to...
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Book Odd Man Out?

Odd Man Out? Myth and Realities in the British Approach to the European Union

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...
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Book The Return of the State?

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...
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Book Meltdown

Meltdown – How the ‘Masters of the Universe’ Destroyed the West’s Power and Prosperity

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...
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Book The Geo-Politics of the City

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...
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