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Financial System Resilience Index

Our Financial System Resilience Index, based on insights from complexity science, reveals that the UK’s resilience declined dramatically in the 2000s to levels far below those of other leading industrial economies. Despite some marginal improvements since the crisis of 2008, without major structural changes our financial system remains at risk of future crisis.

Reforming RBS

Local banking for the public good

Inequality and financialisation

Rising economic inequality was a major cause of the financial crisis

Financial system impact of disruptive innovation

Working paper for the United Nations Environment Programme inquiry

The reality of now

How the social process drives organisational behaviour

Credit unions: International evidence

A briefing on stakeholder banks

Co-operative banks: International evidence

A briefing on stakeholder banks

The British business bank

Creating good sustainable jobs

Strategic quantitative easing

Stimulating investment to rebalance the economy

Stakeholder Banks

A vibrant network of stakeholder banks would transform the UK for the better

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