Contributors Preface Introduction The Great Globalisation Disruption: Democracy, Capitalism, and Inequality in the Industrialised World, Patrick Diamond Part I. Taking Stock - the Rise of the New Populism 1. Globalisation and the New Populism, Andrew Gamble 2. The Backlash Against Globalisation and the Future of the International Economic Order, Jeffry Frieden 3. Populist Political Communication Going Mainstream? The Influence of Populist Parties on Centre-Left Parties in Western Europe, Patricia Rodi 4. Europeans and Globalisation: Does the EU Square the Circle?, Silvia Merler 5. How can Social Democratic Parties in Government Deal with the Consequences of Globalisation?, Manuel de la Rocha Part II. Brexit, Populism and the Future of the European Union 6. Brexit and Globalisation: Collateral Damage or an Accident Waiting to Happen?, Loukas Tsoukalis 7. The EU in Crises: Brexit, Populism and the Future of the Union, Dimitris Tsarouhas 8. Brexit: A Consequence of Globalisation or a Case of British Exceptionalism?, Roger Liddle Part III. What is to be Done? Domestic and International Policies to Deal with Globalisation 9. Where Might the Next Generation of Progressive Ideas and Programmes Come From? Contemporary Discontents, Future Possibilities for Europe, Vivien A. Schmidt 10. Globalisation as a Losing Game? Reforming Social Policies to Address the Malaise of Globalisation's Losers, Lorenza Antonucci 11. Social Investment Beyond Lip-Service, Anton Hemerijck and Robin Huguenot-Noel 12. Addressing Global Inequality: Is the EU Part of the Equation?, Frank Vandenbroucke 13. Social Democracy in an Era of Automation and Globalisation, Jane Gingrich Postscript, Patrick Diamond
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Patrick Diamond is Senior Lecturer in Public Policy, Queen Mary, University of London and Chair of the Policy Network think-tank. He is the former Head of Policy Planning in Number Ten Downing Street. Patrick's publications include Endgame for the Centre Left? The Retreat of Social Democracy across Europe; Can Labour Win? The Hard Road to Power; The Predistribution Agenda: Tackling Inequality and Supporting Sustainable Growth (with Claudia Chwalisz); Governing Britain: Power, Politics and the Prime Minister; Progressive Politics After the Crash (with Olaf Cramme and Michael McTernan); and After the Third Way (with Olaf Cramme).