Sahil Dutta (@sahildutta)


Servants of Industry? Getting Financialisation Wrong

When Jeremy Corbyn bemoaned Britain’s decades of industrial struggle and the narrow interests of the City of London, he revived one of the most enduring tropes in British politics: decline.

Beyond mere Policy Making: A Response to the IPPR's "Time for Change" Report.

The IPPR, which describes itself as The Progressive Policy Think Tank, has launched the interim report of its Commission on Economic Justice, titled Time for Change: A New Vision for the British Economy.

Barely managing: on what’s missing from left political economy

There’s a difference between policies and power. If a left-wing party wants to turn its manifesto promises into political practice it needs to construct the capacity to do so.

Servants of Industry? Getting Financialisation Wrong

When Jeremy Corbyn bemoaned Britain’s decades of industrial struggle and the narrow interests of the City of London, he revived one of the most enduring tropes in British politics: decline.

Beyond mere Policy Making: A Response to the IPPR's "Time for Change" Report.

The IPPR, which describes itself as The Progressive Policy Think Tank, has launched the interim report of its Commission on Economic Justice, titled Time for Change: A New Vision for the British Economy.

Barely managing: on what’s missing from left political economy

There’s a difference between policies and power. If a left-wing party wants to turn its manifesto promises into political practice it needs to construct the capacity to do so.