26:1 issue contents - Economic Alternatives
The UK economy is in need of fundamental reform. Change is possible and has been achieved before, but will require confronting concentrations of wealth, income and power. To do this, the UK should look beyond its borders to policies pursued in other countries that have sought to ‘hardwire’ the economy for justice.
This issue sets out the economic alternatives, their relevance to the UK and the determinants of policy and campaign success.
- Editorial / Carys Roberts and Joshua Emden
- Struggling for change / Ian Bruff
- Delivering inclusive growth / Rachel Statham
- Delivering a mission-oriented industrial strategy / Laurie Macfarlane and George Dibb
- The politics and potential of the Green New Deal / Johanna Bozuwa
- Why the remunicipalisation movement is growing / Satoko Kishimoto
- Land value capture: The impossible tax / Edwin Loo
- Increasing taxes on wealth / Rajiv Prabhakar
- Sharing and caring / Sara Mahmoud
- Building a public culture of economics / Reema Patel
- Escaping shock therapy / Isabella M Weber
- Brexit: it’s the economy, stupid / John Curtice