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The Political Quarterly Pages Home Issues Submissions Book Shop Events Past events Contact About PQ Subscribe Special Issue proposals Tuesday, 12 July 2016 Rethinking Capitalism EVENT 22 September 2016, The Birkbeck Cinema, 43 Gordon Square, London, WC1H 0PD. Book your free place here. RETHINKING CAPITALISM: Mariana Mazzucato and Michael Jacobs in conversation with Will Hutton and Sir Nicholas Macpherson The Political Quarterly is pleased to announce the launch of the new PQ book Rethinking Capitalism: Economics and Policy for Sustainable and Inclusive Growth, edited by Michael Jacobs and Mariana Mazzucato. The book brings together leading economists to challenge orthodox ideas about economic theory and policy, and to propose new approaches to achieving a more inclusive and sustainable economy. Read more... Subscribers to the Political Quarterly will receive a copy as part of their subscription. For others the book is available at a 20% discount from the publishers Wiley Blackwell. Posted by PQ at 09:17 Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Labels: book, Mariana Mazzucato, Michael Jacobs, publication, Rethinking Capitalism Thursday, 2 June 2016 Two Special Issues on Europe The Political Quarterly is pleased to publish two special issues in the latest issue 87 2 on Europe. Up for grabs? Key Issues in the Negotiations about Britain’s Membership of the EU has been edited by Waltraud Schelkle with articles from Eiko Thielemann and Daniel Schade; Steve Coulter and Bob Hancké; and Anne Corbett. The UK and the European Union has been edited by Anand Menon, Rachel Minto, Daniel Wincott with articles by. Rachel Minto, Jo Hunt, Michael Keating and Lee McGowan; Ailsa Henderson, Charlie Jeffery, Robert Li?eira, Roger Scully, Daniel Wincott and Richard Wyn Jones; Simon Hix; John Curtice; Sofia Vasilopoulou; Emma Carmel and Theodoros Papadopoulos; Rebecca Adler-Nissan; Steve Peers; Richard Whitman; Nicholas Crafts; and Damian Chalmers. You can read both collections here for free. Posted by PQ at 07:09 Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Saturday, 28 May 2016 Electoral Chaos and the Crisis of the Traditional Spanish Left Duncan Wheeler There will be a general election in Spain on 26 June, after six months of political uncertainty. Mariano Rajoy and his right-of-centre Partido Popular/Popular Party (PP) received more votes than any other political party at the last election held on 20 December 2015, but were significantly short of an absolute majority.Read the full blog here. Posted by PQ at 00:11 Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Friday, 27 May 2016 Bernard Crick Prize for Best Piece 2015. The winners are... The Political Quarterly is delighted to announce Dave Richards from the University of Manchester and Martin Smith from the University of York as worthy winners of the Bernard Crick Prize for Best Piece 2015. The winning article is entitled ‘In Defence of British Politics Against the British Political Tradition’ (86, 1: 41-51) The criteria from the judges were as followed: The Orwell test: Was the article written in good, clear English? The scholarship test: Was its knowledge base sound and well grounded? The Alzheimer test: Could I remember its contents clearly several days after reading it? The durability test: Is it likely to be read some years later, or was it just good current comment? The originality test: Did it have something distinctly new to say? All of these criteria were fulfilled and the prize was given at the Orwell Prize Awards by co-editor Deborah Mabbett on 26 May at the University of Westminster. You can read the winning article here. Posted by PQ at 00:55 Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Monday, 9 May 2016 Up for grabs? Key issues in the negotiations about Britain’s membership of the EU In the run-up to the referendum, the London School of Economics and Political Science arranged a series of expert hearings on the future of Britain in Europe. The first four hearings dealt with policy issues that we considered to be important: migration, employment regulation, financial integration, and finally higher education and research. Read Waltraud Schelkle's special issue on the EU with articles by Waltraud Schelkle; Eiko Thielemann and Daniel Schade; Steve Coulter and Bob Hancké; and Anne Corbett. Posted by PQ at 01:14 Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Wednesday, 20 January 2016 Citizens, customers, politicians, professionals and money men The Political Quarterly Annual Lecture given by Colin Crouch on 19 January 2016 at the Institute for Government. Two disturbing stories in late 2015 - the Volkswagen emissions testing scandal and the news that some NHS trusts had been giving general practitioners financial incentives not to send patients to hospitals for tests - seemed to come from quite different parts of the human capacity for wickedness. But both are products of the same neoliberal insistence that financial knowledge should trump all other kinds. You can see the lecture in full here. Posted by PQ at 02:19 Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Thursday, 7 January 2016 Special Issues Proposals Deadlines: 31 March and 31 August Political Quarterly welcomes proposals for special issues and special sections of the journal, and for events which promote the journal and publicise recent or forthcoming articles. PQ aims to promote debate and publish articles on issues of politics and public policy that are authoritative, informed by expertise and academic insight, challenging, intellectually demanding and innovative. Proposals should indicate how they will conform to these aims. Funding is available for workshops, seminars and small conferences related to special issues and sections. Amounts between £500 and £3000 may be applied for, to cover travel costs, room bookings and hospitality, and speaker honoraria. Applicants should note that fees of £200-£400 are also paid to authors of accepted articles and editors of special issues. Read more here. Posted by PQ at 12:42 Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Older Posts Home Subscribe to: Posts (Atom) Volume 87, issue 2 Events Tweets by @po_qu Facebook Wiley Forthcoming: Rethinking Capitalism by Michael Jacobs and Mariana Mazzucato Archive piece for June 'The Fabian Party' by Margaret Cole from 1944 Book shop PQ's latest book "Defending Politics: Bernard Crick at the Political Quarterly" Blog Archive ▼ 2016 (8) ▼ July (1) Rethinking Capitalism ? June (1) ? May (3) ? January (3) ? 2015 (10) ? November (1) ? August (4) ? May (2) ? April (1) ? March (1) ? February (1) ? 2014 (9) ? September (1) ? August (1) ? May (2) ? April (1) ? March (1) ? February (3) ? 2013 (16) ? December (2) ? November (1) ? October (2) ? September (2) ? August (1) ? July (1) ? June (1) ? May (2) ? April (1) ? February (1) ? January (2) ? 2012 (17) ? November (2) ? October (5) ? September (1) ? August (2) ? July (2) ? June (5) ? 2016 The Political Quarterly. 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