Crashed: how a Decade of Financial Crisis changed the World
Reviewer: Ian Harwood
Crashed is a brilliantly original and assured analysis of what happened and how we were rescued from something even worse - but at a price which continues to undermine democracy across Europe and the United States.
People, Power and Profits:
Progressive Capitalism for an age of Discontent
Reviewer: Rosemary Connell
From Nobel Prize-winning economist and bestselling author Joseph Stiglitz, this account of the dangers of free market fundamentalism reveals what has gone so wrong, but also shows us a way out.
Inequalities in the UK:
New Discourses, Evolutions and Actions
Reviewer: Kevin Gardiner, member, Cardiff Capital Region City Deal Growth Partnership
The Bank of England and the Government Debt:
Operations in the Gilt‑Edged Market, 1928‑1972
Reviewer: John Shepperd, previously Economist, Mullens & Co
Drawing heavily on archival research, William A. Allen sheds light on little-known aspects of central-banking and monetary policy.
Currency, Credit and Crisis:
Central Banking in Ireland and Europe
Reviewer: William A Allen, NIESR
Drawing on his experiences as Governor of the Central Bank of Ireland and in research and policy work at the World Bank, Patrick Honohan offers a detailed analytical narrative of the origins of the crisis and of policy makers' conduct during its most fraught moments.
Are Chief Executives Overpaid?
Reviewer: Dame Kate Barker, Chairman, British Coal Staff Superannuation Scheme
In this hard-hitting book, Deborah Hargreaves explains why pay for the top 0.1% has sky-rocketed in the past 20 years.
The Art of Statistics:
Learning from Data
Reviewer: Bridget Rosewell, Volterra Partners
In The Art of Statistics, David Spiegelhalter guides the reader through the essential principles we need in order to derive knowledge from data.
The Power of Capitalism
A journey through recent history across five continents
Reviewer: Vicky Pryce, Chief Economic Adviser, CEBR
“The market has failed, we need more government intervention." That’s the mantra politicians, the media, and intellectuals have been reiterating ever since the outbreak of the 2008 financial crisis. By taking the reader on a journey across continents and through recent history, Rainer Zitelmann disproves this call for greater government intervention, and demonstrates that capitalism matters more than ever.
Prosperity and Justice
A plan for the new economy - The Final Report of the IPPR Commission on Economic Justice
Reviewer: Dame Kate Barker, Chairman of Trustees, British Coal Staff Superannuation Scheme
The Final Report of the IPPR Commission on Economic Justice The UK economy is broken. It no longer provides rising living standards for the majority. Young people face an increasingly insecure future. The gap between rich and poor areas is widening. Meanwhile the rise of giant digital companies, the advance of automation, and catastrophic environmental degradation challenge the very foundations of our economic model. This important book analyses these profound challenges and sets out a bold vision for change.
Will China Save the Planet?
Reviewer: Bridget Rosewell
Now that Trump has turned the United States into a global climate outcast, will China take the lead in saving our planet from environmental catastrophe? Many signs point to yes. China, the world's largest carbon emitter, is leading a global clean energy revolution, phasing out coal consumption and leading the development of a global system of green finance. But as leading China environmental expert Barbara Finamore explains, it is anything but easy.