Resources

November 21st, 2016 Reports - Resilient economies

Financial Innovation Today, Toward Economic Resilience

by Mark Davis and Tim Braunholtz-Speight

We are at the threshold of a cultural war over the meaning of money. The events of 2007/8 were quickly framed within an Overton Window as a global ‘financial’ crisis within the...

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November 21st, 2016 Reports - Resilient economies

Creating Good City Economies in the UK

by Clare Goff

In 2015 the Friends Provident Foundation awarded funding to the Centre for Local Economic Strategies – which owned New Start magazine – and the New Economics Foundation to map...

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November 21st, 2015 Books - Resilient economies

People Powered Prosperity: Ultra-local Approaches to Making Poorer Places Wealthier

by David Boyle and Tony Greenham

Can we find economic techniques which cities can use effectively to tackle their own market failures – and release their own wasted economic potential – and if so, why hasn’t...

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November 21st, 2015 Reports - Local economic resilience

Developing resilient local economies: good practice among local enterprise partnerships

by Angela Broadbridge and Luke Raikes

Our project builds upon emerging thinking about the kind of post-recession economy we are building in Britain, and the kind of economic growth that we are seeking to achieve.

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November 21st, 2015 Reports - Resilient economies

Co-op Clusters

by Radical Routes

This report presents findings from research conducted into the problems restricting the growth of co-operative housing and to review a range of possible solutions to those problems...

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November 21st, 2015 Reports - Resilient economies

Community Chest

by Duncan O'Leary

The UK’s economy is unbalanced in two ways. First, it relies too much on debt-fuelled consumption, and not enough on business investment and exports. Second, the UK has stark geo...

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