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Progressive Governance Conference, Amsterdam
A major gathering jointly organised by Policy Network, Center for American Progress (CAP) and Wiardi Beckman Stichting.
Robots and progressive politics
Some argue that progressive politics is doomed because technology is leading us to a more unequal society. The opposite is the case.
By Alan Manning
How inflation targeting benefits capital at the expense of labour
In a new feature essay, Thomas Aubrey argues that central banks’ drive to stabilise inflation has come at the expense of labour’s share of income.
Understanding the populist signal
Rob Ford and Matthew Goodwin set out what the rise of the radical right means for Labour and other centre-left parties across Europe.
The Reliable, the Ambiguous, the Reluctant & the Detached
This new Policy Network paper investigates how successful political parties have been at using the power of European politics.
A new era of prosperity of the international economy can be achieved, but only if some key structural obstacles are again removed.
Working women and other like-minded voters stand to reward governments that address tensions in balancing work and family needs.
It is increasingly difficult to enter a profession and be sure that a
comfortable and secure middle-class lifestyle will automatically follow.
Some argue that progressive politics is doomed because the market and technology are leading
us to a more unequal society. The opposite is the case.
Astute and important writings which have relevance for social democratic renewal.
Essays and critical thinking on some of the key political and ideological challenges for 21st Century social democracy.
Policy Network's international political observers report on centre-left politics across the world.
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