The project involves fortnightly reading groups, engaging with the work of leading scholars around inclusive economies. Here's a selection of our readings to date:
- World Bank (2009) ‘What is Inclusive Growth?’ World Bank Report: International Debt Department. World Bank Publications: Washington DC. (Authors: Ianchovichina and Lundstrom).
- IPC-IG (2013) ‘Inclusive Growth: Building up a Concept’, IPC Working Paper: 104. Brazil: International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth. (Authors: Ranieri and Ramos).
- OECD (2017). Bridging the Gap: Inclusive Growth, Update Report. OECD: Paris.
- Benner, C. and Pastor, M. (2015). Equity, Growth, and Community: What the Nation Can Learn from America’s Metro Areas. University of California Press: Oakland, CA.
- Benner, C. and Pastor, M. (2012). Just Growth. Abingdon: Routledge.
- Gibson-Graham, J.K. (2008) Diverse economies: performative practices for `other worlds’, Progress in Human Geography, 32.5, 613–32.
- Gibson-Graham, J.K., (2013) ‘Rethinking the economy with thick description and weak theory’, Current Anthropology, 55(S9): S147-S153.
- Fraser, N. (2009) ‘Who Counts? Dilemmas of Justice in a Postwestphalian World’, Antipode, 41(S1): 281–297.
- Lagarde C. (2014) Economic inclusion and financial integrity: an address to the Conference on Inclusive Capitalism.
- Leyshon, A. and Thrift, N. (1995) ‘Geographies of financial exclusion: financial abandonment in Britain and the United States’, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 20(3): 312-341.
- Fourcade, M. and Healy, K. (2013) ‘Classification situations: Life-chances in the neoliberal era’, Accounting, Organizations and Society, 38: 559–572.
- Fox Gotham, K. (2009) ‘Creating Liquidity out of Spatial Fixity: The Secondary Circuit of Capital and the Subprime Mortgage Crisis’, International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 33(2): 355–71.
- Pryke, M. (2017) ‘‘This time it’s different’.….. and why it matters: the shifting geographies of money, finance and risks’, in J. Pollard, & R. Martin (Eds.), Handbook on the Geographies of Money and Finance. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing. Chapter 6.
- French, S., Leyshon, A. and Wainwright, T. (2011) ‘Financializing space, spacing financialization’, Progress in Human Geography, 35(6): 798-819.
- Aitken, R. (2013) ‘Finding the Edges of Payday Lending’, Perspectives on Global Development and Technology, 12: 377-409.
- Jones, P.A. (2008) ‘From tackling poverty to achieving financial inclusion—The changing role of British credit unions in low income communities’, The Journal of Socio-Economics, 37(6): 2141–2154.
- Benjamin, L. Sass Rubin, J. and Zielenbach, S. (2004) ‘Community Development Financial Institutions: Current Issues and Future Prospects’, Journal of Urban Affairs, 26(2): 177–195.
- Mohieldin, M. (2012) ‘Realizing the potential of Islamic finance’, Economic premise, 77. Poverty Reduction and Economic Management Network (PREM)Washington, DC: World Bank.
- Rethel, L. (2017) ‘The imaginary landscapes of Islamic Finance and the global financial crisis’, in J. Pollard, & R. Martin (Eds.), Handbook on the Geographies of Money and Finance. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing. Chapter 24.
- Klagge, B., Martin, R. and Sunley, P. (2017) ‘The spatial structure of the financial system and the funding of regional business: a comparison of Britain and Germany’, in J. Pollard, & R. Martin (Eds.), Handbook on the Geographies of Money and Finance. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing. Chapter 7.
- Bone Dodds, G. (2016) Banking for the Common Good: Laying the Foundations of Safe, Sustainable Banking in Scotland, Discussion Paper.
- Blackburn, R. (2006) ‘Finance and the Fourth Dimension’, New Left Review’, 39: 39-70.
- Blackburn, R. (2008) ‘The Subprime Crisis’, New Left Review’, 50: 63-106.
Inclusive Governance and Regulation:
- Stoker, G. (1998) ‘Governance as theory: five propositions’, International Social Science Journal, 50(155): 17-28.
- Crouch, C. (2012) ‘Coping with Post-Democracy’, Fabian Pamphlet.
- Ayres, S., Sandford, M. and Coombes, T. (2017) ‘Policy making ‘front’ and ‘back’ stage: Assessing the implications for effectiveness and democracy’, The British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 1-16.
- Böhm, S., Dinerstein, C. & Spicer, A. (2010) ‘(Im)possibilities of Autonomy:? Social Movements In and Beyond Capital, the State and Development’, Social Movement Studies, 9(1), pp. 17-32.
- Cumbers, A. (2013) Making space for public ownership: The re-municipalisation of public services through grassroots struggle and local state action. Planning Theory and Practice, 14(4), pp. 547-551.
- Cumbers, A. (2016) ‘Economic democracy: Reclaiming public ownership as the pragmatic Left alternative’, Juncture, 22(4): 324-328.
- Cumbers, A. and McMaster, R. (2012) ‘Revisiting public ownership: knowledge, democracy and participation in economic decision making’, Review of Radical Political Economics, 44(3): 358-373.
- Rhodes, R. (1996) ‘The new governance: governing without government’, Political Studies, 44: 652-67.
- Jessop, B. (1995) ‘The Regulation Approach to governance theory: alternative perspectives on political and economic change, Economy and Society, 24(3): 307-333.
- Hall, S., Massey, D. and Rustin, M. (2015) After Neoliberalism: The Kilburn Manifesto. London: Lawrence and Wishart.
- Clarke, J. and Newman, J. (2012) ‘The alchemy of austerity’, Critical Social Policy, 32(3) 299–319.
- Crouch, C. (2004) Post‐democracy. Cambridge: Polity Press.
- Crouch, C. (2016) ‘The march towards post-democracy, ten years on’, Political Quarterly, 87(1): 71-75.
- Crouch, C. (2009) ‘Post-Democracy’, Lecture and Interview forThe Bruno Kreisky Forum for International Dialogue and the Renner Institute.
- Bevir, M. (2010) Democratic Governance. Princeton: Princeton University Press.