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Of Devolution, Power and Inequalities – a report from Manchester Policy Week
Posted on 10 November, 2014 by The Steady State Manchester team
On Monday 2nd November I attended the first day of the University of Manchester’s Policy Week. The “big event” was Michael Heseltine’s keynote “The Forgotten People”. At least he was honest about his approach to devolution: there must be a … Continue reading →
Posted in economics, event reports | Tagged bioregion, devolution, employment, Greater Manchester Combined Authority, inequality, Maurice Barnes, skills | 1 Comment
With GDP growing and incomes catching up with inflation all is well – or is it?
The headlines would have us believe things are now going well but the underlying trends in our economy, which would lead to us having a “viable” economy – one with social, economic justice and environmental sustainability leading to human well … Continue reading →