Authors and Organisations Committed to Providing Content for BRAVE NEW EUROPE
Charles Adams – Professor of Physics, Durham University, Blogger: progressivepulse.org
Andrzej Ancygier – Climate Analytics, Deputy Head of Climate Policy Team
Marshall Auerback is a market analyst and commentator
Dan Bailey – Post-Doctoral Fellow at the Sheffield Political Economy Research Intitute (SPERI)
Andrew Baker – Department of Politics and Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute (SPERI), University of Sheffield
Chris Bambery – Author and broadcaster. Co-author (with George Kerevan) of Catalonia Reborn: How Catalonia took on the corrupt Spanish state and the legacy of Franco
Núria Bassa Camps – Catalan Photo Journalist
João Paulo Batalha – Social activist, founding member of Transparency International Portugal
Kate Bayliss – School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London
Hauke Benner – former journalist and currently a political activist against climate change.
Ignasi Bernat – Sociologist, activist, and honorary Academic in the University of Liverpool’s Department of Sociology, Social Policy and Criminology
Margunn Bjørnholt – Research professor, Norwegian Centre of Violence and Traumatic Stress Studies, Oslo
Mark Blyth – Author, Researcher, Educator, and Consultant on International Political Economy, Brown University, Author of “Austerity: The History of a Dangerous Idea”
Fran Boait – Executive Director of Positive Money
Jörn Boewe – Freelance journalist in Berlin, press office work-in-progress-journalisten.de
Einar Braathen – Political scientist, Norwegian Institute for Urban and Regional Research (NIBR)
Karl Brenke – Economist, German Institute for Economics (DIW)
Martin Cames – Öko Institut Berlin
Victoria Canning – Lecturer in Criminology at The Open University, currently leads an ESRC project investigating gendered harms in asylum in Britain, Denmark and the UK in collaboration with the Danish Institute Against Torture.
Andrea Lorenzo Capussela – Expert in Competition Policy, State Building and Corruption
Sergio Cesaratto – Professor of Growth and Development Economics and of Monetary and Fiscal Policies in the European Monetary Union, University of Siena
Ryan Chapman – Film-maker
Emma Clancy – Emma Clancy works as an advisor for Martin Schirdewan of Die Linke in the European Parliament. She is also editor of Irish Broad Left
Brett Christophers – Professor of Geography, Uppsala University, Sweden
CommonSpace – A left, pro-independence Scottish digital media site, CommonSpace.scot.
Victoria Cooper – Lecturer in Social Policy and Criminology at The Open University and researcher in housing, homelessness and austerity.
Anna Coote – Principal Fellow, New Economics Foundation.
Frances Coppola – A prolific writer and speaker on banking, finance and economics. She runs a popular finance & economics blog, Coppola Comment, and contributes frequently to Forbes, the BBC and other mainstream media.
Corporate Europe Observatory – A research and campaign group working to expose and challenge the privileged access and influence enjoyed by corporations and their lobby groups in EU policy making.
Sergi Cutillas – Member of the European Research Network on Social and Economic Policy
Hulya Dagdeviren – Professor of Economic Development, Business School, University of Hertfordshire
Will Davies – Reader in Political Economy, Goldsmiths, University of London
Aeron Davis – Professor of Political Communication, Co-Director of Goldsmiths Political Economy Research Centre, Goldsmiths, University of London
DeSmog UK – A climate news outlet uncovering the undue influence of climate science denial and the fossil fuel industry on energy and climate policy (Cross-posting)
Danny Dorling – Halford Mackinder Professor of Geography, University of Oxford
Andrew Dowling – Senior Lecturer in Catalan and Spanish History at Cardiff University, author of “The Rise of Catalan Independence. Spain’s Territorial Crisis” (Routledge)
Dirk Ehnts – Economist, based in Berlin, Pufendorf-Gesellschaft e. V.
Tamara Ehs – Political scientist, head of IG Demokratie (Austria). She developed the “Democracy Repair Café”, bringing together citizens and politicians in new conversational formats
Thomas Fazi – Writer, journalist and activist. Together with Bill Mitchell author of “Reclaiming the State: A Progressive Vision of Sovereignty for a Post-Neoliberal World” (Pluto, 2017)
Michel Feher – Philosopher, founding editor/publisher of zone books, New York
Duroyan Fertl is a political analyst and a former Political Advisor for Sinn Féin and GUE/NGL in the European Parliament.
Finance Watch – A public interest association dedicated to making finance work for the good of society
Financial Transparency Coalition – A global network of civil society, governments, and the world’s foremost experts on illicit financial flows (Cross-posting)
Adam Fishwick – Senior Lecturer in Urban Studies and Public Policy, Centre for Urban Research on Austerity, De Montfort University
Heiner Flassbeck – Economist, Publisher and Editor of “flassbeck economics international”
Steven Forti – Associate Professor for history at the Universitat Autonomia de Barcelona (UAB)
Guido Franzinetti – Research Fellow and Lecturer in Contemporary European History and in East European History at the Faculty of Political Science, University of Eastern Piedmont “Amedeo Avogadro” (Alessandria), Italy
Daniela Gabor – Economist, University of the West of England, Bristol
Lina Gálvez – Professor of Economic History and Gender Studies at Pablo de Olavide University, Seville
Nadia Garbellini – Economist, Universita degli Studi di Pavia
Carlos García Hernández – Studied philosophy and history at the Humboldt University of Berlin and is the founder of the publishing house Lola Books
Joanna Gilmore – Lecturer in Law, York Law School, University of York
Eliane Glaser – Writer, lecturer and author of Get Real: How to See Through the Hype, Spin and Lies of Modern Life. Her new book, “Anti-Politics”, will be published in 2018.
Jule Goikoetxea – Basque political philosopher, writer and feminist activist
Louise Haagh – Reader in Politics, University of York, Chair of the Basic Income Earth Network and co-editor-in-chief of Basic Income Studies.
Norbert Häring – Financial journalist at the German daily business newspaper Handelsblatt, blogger, and award-winning author of popular books on economics and finance.
Bill Hare – Director Climate Analytics
Emily Luise Hart – Lecturer in Criminology at the University of Liverpool, an anti prison campaigner for Community Action on Prison Expansion and a UCU activist.
Shaun Hargreaves-Heap – Economist, Department of `Political Economy, King’s College, London
Jason Hickel – Anthropologist, London School of Economics; Director of Policy at /The Rules; Author of “The Divide: A New History of Global Inequality”
Colin Hines – Author ‘Progressive Protectionism’ and Convenor UK Green New Deal Group
Stuart Hodkinson – Associate Professor in Critical Urban Geography, University of Leeds
Alex Holder – Researcher at the University of Liverpool who is investigating the practical role of legal frameworks in drone strikes
Vedran Horvat – Managing Director Institute for Political Ecology (Zagreb), Journalist, Researcher
Tom Hunt – Policy Research Officer at Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute (SPERI)
Zoran Ivančić – CPI Foundation Sarajevo, producer, open data, environment, human rights activist and advocacy trainer.
Will Jackson – Lecturer in Criminology, Liverpool John Moore University
David Jamieson – a Glasgow based socialist and writer. He is a reporter for the CommonSpace Scottish news site and the editor of Conter, a website of Scottish socialist theory.
Lee Jones – Reader in International Politics at Queen Mary University of London
Annina Kaltenbrunner – Economist, Leeds University Business School
Steve Keen – Economist, Kingston University, Blogger “Debtwatch”
Robert Knox – Lecturer in Law at the School of Law and Social Justice, university of Liverpool
Juan Laborda – Financial Economics, University of Carlos III; Money and Banking, Syracuse University (Madrid)
Stewart Lansley – Economist and academic, author of A Sharing Economy (2016) and (with Jo Mack) Breadline Britain ( 2015)
Costas Lapavitsas – Economist, SOAS University of London
Antonio Lettieri – Editor of Insight (www.insightweb.it). He was National Secretary of CGIL, and former Professor in charge of Labour Law at the University of Naples.
Laurie Macfarlane – Economics Editor at openDemocracy and co-author of “Rethinking the Economics of Land and Housing”
Michael Mair – Senior Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Liverpool and works on politics, accountability and contemporary warfare and conflict.
Stavros Mavroudeas – Professor of Political Economy at the Department of Economics at the University of Macedonia, Thessaloniki
Robin McAlpine – Director of Common Weal, a Scottish think and do tank campaigning for greater social and economic equality in Scotland
Abigail McKnight – Associate Professorial Research Fellow, Centre for Analysis of Social Exclusion, London School of Economics
Sandro Mezzadra – Professor for Political Theory and Philosophy, University Bologna and Humboldt University
Jo Michell – Senior Lecturer in Economics, University of the West of England, Bristol
Tom Mills – Centre for Critical Inquiry into Society and Culture (CCISC), Aston University
Elizabeth Minor – Advisor at Article 36, a UK-based not for profit organisation working to prevent the unintended, unnecessary or unacceptable harm caused by the use of certain weapons
Johnna Montgomerie – Deputy Director of the Political Economy Research Centre at Goldsmiths, University of London
Richard Murphy – Chartered accountant and political economist, campaigns on issues of tax avoidance and tax evasion, blogger
The New Pretender – a radical web-journal that seeks to argue the necessity of a left populist project as the only remedy to the present post-democratic neoliberal experiment gone wrong.
Ozlem Onaran – Professor of economics, Director of Greenwich Political Economy Research Centre, University of Greenwich
Heikki Patomäki – Political Economist, University of Helsinki, Civic activist
Ann Pettifor – Economist, director of Policy Research in Macroeconomics (PRIME) – Blogger “Debtonation”, Author of “Just Money – How Society Can Break the Despotic Power of Finance”
Philip Pettit – Laurence S. Rockefeller University Professor of Politics and Human Values, Princeton University
Kate Pickett – Professor of Epidemiology, University Champion for Research on Justice and Equality, and Deputy Director of the Centre for Future Health, University of York
Zoltan Pogátsa – Lecturer in political economy, University of West Hungary, Central European University
Jaume Portell Caño – Freelance journalist specialised in economy and international relations, always in relation with the African continent
Post-Crash Economics Society – A group of economics students at The University of Manchester whose belief is that the content of the economics syllabus and teaching methods could and should be seriously rethought
Vladimir Radomirović – Editor-In-Chief of pistaljka.rs (Serbia)
John Rapley – Political economist, author of ‘Twilight of the Money Gods’
Aidan Regan – Assistant Professor, University College Dublin, School of Politics and International Relations (SPIRe)
Michael Roberts – Economist in the City of London and prolific blogger (https://thenextrecession.wordpress.com/)
Josh Ryan-Collins – Senior Economist, New Economics Foundation
Alfredo Saad Filho – Political economist, SOAS University of London
Malcolm Sawyer – Economist, Leeds University Business School
Nicholas Shaxson – Tax Justice Network, Investigative Journalist, Author of “Treasure Islands”
David Shirreff – Former finance and business journalist at The Economist, Author of “Break up the Banks!”, Playwright
Andrew Simms – Co-founder New Weather Institute, Centre for Global Political Economy at University of Sussex, and fellow of the New Economics Foundation.
Jeremy Smith – Co-Director of PRIME Economics
Edward Smythe – Economist at the think-tank and campaign organisation Positive Money
Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute (SPERI) – An interdisciplinary research institute at the University of Sheffield that aims to develop new ways of thinking about the economic and political challenges by the current combination of financial crisis, shifting economic power and environmental threat.
Guy Standing – economist, professorial research associate, SOAS University of London, author of The Precariat: The New Dangerous Class, and The Corruption of Capitalism: Why Rentiers thrive and Work does not pay
Frances Stewart – Professor of Development Economics and Director, Centre for Research on Inequality, Human Security and Ethnicity, University of Oxford
Antonella Stirati – Professor for political economics at Università Roma Tre
Andy Storey – Sociologist, University College Dublin
Wolfgang Streeck – Sociologist, Director emeritus of the Max-Planck-Institut for Gesellschafsforschung, Cologne
Toni Strubell – a former MP in the Catalan Parliament, journalist, and author of What Catalans Want
Lars Pålsson Syll – Economist, Faculty of Education and Society, Malmö University
Aleks Szczerbiak – Professor of Politics and Contemporary European Studies, Director of Doctoral Studies in Law, Politics and Sociology, University of Sussex
Tax Justice Network – An NGO dedicated to high-level research, analysis and advocacy in the area of international tax and the international aspects of financial regulation (Cross-postings)
Tomislav Tomasevic – activist and researcher on environmental justice, program director of Institute for Political Ecology, Croatia
Steve Tombs – Professor of Criminology at The Open University
Olivier Tonneau – Lecturer in modern languages, Homerton College, Cambridge, Member of La France Insoumise (France Unbowed) and the People’s Assembly Against Austerity
Yanis Varoufakis – Co-founder of the Democracy in Europe Movement (DiEM25), economist, and former Greek finance minister
Dieter Vesper – Macroeconomist, Berlin
Asbjørn Wahl – Director of the broad Campaign for the Welfare State in Norway, Adviser to the Norwegian Union of Municipal and General Employees, Chair of the ITF Working Group on Climate Change
John Weeks – Economist, University of London, Author of “The Economics of the 1%: How mainstream economics serves the rich, obscures reality and distorts policy”
Francis Weyzig – senior policy advisor at Oxfam Novib
David Whyte – University of Liverpool, Sociology, Social Policy and Criminology
Duncan Wigin – Associate Professor Department of Business and Politics, Copenhagen Business School
James Wilsdon – University of Sheffield, Research Policy, Director of Impact & Engagement Faculty of Social Sciences
Ben Wray – Editor of the CommonSpace Scottish digital media site, and is co-author of “What is Scottish Independence For?” (Verso, date TBA)