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Progressive Politics After the Crash: Governing from the Left (Policy Network) [Paperback]

Olaf Cramme , Patrick Diamond , Michael McTernan
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Table of Contents

Preface - Ernst Stetter, Foundation for European Progressive Studies Introduction 1. Social democracy past and future: Its politics and paradigms - Peter Hall, Harvard University 2. The left's relationship with capitalism - Andrew Gamble, Cambridge University 3. A post-crisis centre-left: Progressive politics after an era of plenty - Alfred Gusenbauer and Ania Skrzypek, Next Left Part I: Growth, inequality and welfare 4. Is the West headed for a lost decade, and what can be done about it? - Jeffry Frieden, Harvard University 5. The financial crisis and the future of the Eurozone - Paul De Grauwe, London School of Economics 6. Pre-distribution: Rebuilding the organizational foundations of democratic capitalism - Jacob Hacker, Yale University 7. Towards a new politics of production and middle class economic security - Will Marshall, Progressive Policy Institute 8. What comes after pro-growth progressives? - Lane Kenworthy, University of Arizona 9. Recreating solidarity: Social citizenship and participation - Jane Jenson, University of Montreal 10. The emerging intergenerational conflict: Re-writing the social contract between generations - Bruno Palier, Sciences Po, Paris 11. Affordable social investment beyond the Eurozone's austerity reflex - Anton Hemerijck, University of Amsterdam 12. European aspirations: GDP and beyond - Tony Atkinson, Oxford University Part II Trust, politics and power 13. "Crisis? What crisis?" Explaining the electoral performance of social democracy - Pippa Norris, Harvard University 14. The political sociology of cosmopolitanism and communitarianism and its impact on present and future of social democracy - Wolfgang Merkel, WZB (Social Science Research Centre Berlin) 15. Communitarian appeals: lost or anew? Social democracy in the 21st century - Sheri Berman, Barnard College, Columbia University 16. Taking Europe to Its extremes? The politicization of European integration in Western Europe - Catherine DeVries, Oxford University 17. Immigration and the European left: Anti-migration populism, identity and community - Matthew Goodwin, University of Nottingham and Robert Ford, University of Manchester 18. The rise of alternative social movements - Craig Calhoun, London School of Economics 18. Political space in the era of "post-democratic capitalism" - Claus Offe, Hertie School of Governance, Berlin 19. Towards an assertive social democracy - Colin Crouch, University of Warwick

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