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Tag Archives: In Place of Growth
Payday lending and the need for community banking
Carl Packman, a writer on the growth of payday lending introduced a discussion on Wednesday under the auspices of Manchester’s Social Action Research Foundation (SARF) Ironically Carl’s recent book (“Payday Lending: Global Growth of the High‐Cost Credit Market”) costs £45, … Continue reading
Posted in Banking, event reports, In Place of Growth Tagged Carl Packman, community banks, credit, debt, financial services reform, In Place of Growth, Mark Burton, nef, payday lending, payday loans, poverty, SARF 2 Comments
Energy and the Bubble Economy – contradictions in Leeds.
Energy is fundamental to our economy, and it is vital that we have a good understanding of how the two things interact. So I went over to Leeds for a double bill event on energy and the bubble economy. Going … Continue reading
Posted in energy, event reports, key concepts Tagged decoupling, economic growth, economy, energy, In Place of Growth, Leeds, Mark Burton Leave a comment
Selective versus unselective growth
From time to time our position gets misrepresented – or is that misunderstood? Here is what we said in November 2012 about the need for selective growth in In Place of Growth (page 12). Our view has not changed. “Sectors … Continue reading
Help choose the topic for our next In Place of Growth workshop? #IPOG
Poll finished now and September date now 14th September where focus will be Imagining Manchester where people thrive without harming the planet. Thanks for voting! We are planning two more In Place of Growth (IPOG) workshops – you are warmly … Continue reading
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