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The Haringey Development Vehicle – a Triumph of Local Democracy against Gentrification

Tweet Following the resignation of Claire Kober, the beleaguered Labour leader of Haringey Council, the controversial Haringey Development Vehicle – or HDV – looks set to be dead and buried. But was the anti-HDV campaign really propelled by the so-called … Continue reading

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Municipal Socialism in the 21st century – Call for contributions

Tweet We are delighted to announce that on Wednesday 27th June, we will host a 1 day conference on the theme of Municipal Socialism in the 21st century. This will take the form of a dialogue between researchers, policy actors … Continue reading

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The Future of Capitalism with Wolfgang Streeck

Tweet In this special edition of the CURA podcast we talk to Wolfgang Streeck, Director of the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies, about his works “Buying Time” (2013) and “How Will Capitalism End?” (2016). You can listen and … Continue reading

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Book Debate: The End of Representative Politics?

Tweet Today we publish a two part blog on Professor Simon Tormey’s book “the End of Representative Politics“. In this work Tormey argues that narratives of democratic decline are too tightly focused on representative forms of politics, and thus conceal … Continue reading

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