SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

Bibliography

  • Bank of England (2009) Financial Stability Report No. 25, June (London: Bank of England).
  • Blyth, M. (2002) Great Transformations: Economic Ideas and Institutional Change in the Twentieth Century (New York: Cambridge University Press).
  • Coates, D. (2009) ‘Chickens coming home to roost? New Labour at the eleventh hour’, British Politics, 4:4, 421433.
  • Crouch, C. (2008) ‘What will follow the demise of privatised Keynesianism?’, Political Quarterly, 79:4, 476487.
  • Davidson, P. (2009) ‘Crude oil prices: Market fundamentals or speculation?’, Challenge, 51:4, 110118.
  • Dolphin, T. (2011) Debts and Deficits: How Much is Labour to Blame? (London: Institute for Public Policy Research).
  • Hall, P. A. (1993) ‘Policy paradigms, social learning and the state: The case of economic policy-making in Britain’, Comparative Politics, 25:3, 275296.
  • Hay, C. (1999) ‘Crisis and the structural transformation of the state: Interrogating the process of change’, British Journal of Politics and International Relations 1:3, 317344.
  • Hay, C. (2006) ‘Managing economic interdependence: The political economy of New Labour’, in P. Dunleavy , R. Heffernan , P. Cowley and C. Hay (eds), Developments in British Politics 8 (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan), 251271.
  • Hay, C. (2009) ‘Good inflation, bad inflation: The housing boom, economic growth and the disaggregation of inflationary preferences in the UK and Ireland’, British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 11:3, 382399.
  • Hay, C. (2010) ‘ “Things can only get worse …”: The political and economic significance of 2010’, British Politics, 5:4, 391401.
  • Hay, C. (2011a) ‘The 2010 Leonard Schapiro lecture: Pathology without crisis? The strange demise of the Anglo-liberal growth model’, Government and Opposition, 46:1, 131.
  • Hay, C. (2011b) ‘Britain and the global financial crisis: The return of boom and bust’, in R. Heffernan , P. Cowley and C. Hay (eds), Developments in British Politics 9 (Bastingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan), 238256.
  • Hay, C. and Wincott, D. (2011) European Welfare Capitalism in Hard Times (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan).
  • Kaufmann, R. K. and Ullman, B. (2009) ‘Oil prices, speculation and fundamentals: Interpreting causal relations among spot and futures prices’, Energy Economics, 31:4, 550558.
  • King, S. M. (2011) ‘Speech delivered at the Lord Mayor's Banquet for Bankers and Merchants of the City of London’, The Mansion House, 15 June.
  • Krugman, P. (2008) The Return of Depression Economics and the Crisis of 2008 (London: Penguin).
  • Pemberton, H. (2009) ‘Macroeconomic crisis and policy revolution’, Renewal, 17:4, 4656.
  • Sornette, D., Woodward, R. and Zhan, W.-X. (2009) ‘The 2006–2008 oil bubble: Evidence of speculation and prediction’, Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and Its Application, 388:8, 15711576.
  • Thain, C. (2009) ‘A very peculiar British crisis? Institutions, ideas and policy responses to the credit crunch’, British Politics, 4:4, 434449.
  • Watson, M. (2010) ‘House price Keynesianism and the contradictions of the modern investor subject’, Housing Studies, 25:3, 413436.
  • Watson, M. and Hay, C. (1998) ‘In the dedicated pursuit of dedicated capital: Restoring an indigenous investment ethic to British capitalism’, New Political Economy, 3:3, 407426.
  • Weale, M. (2010) ‘Cuts delayed?’, National Institute of Economic and Social Research Press Release, 14 June.