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The return of public ownership

In Renewal, Thomas Hanna writes about “The return of public ownership.”

Public ownership is back. And, in fact, outside the UK it never really went away – as a forthcoming book amply demonstrates. Democratised and decentralised forms of public ownership can and should be a component of the left’s vision for a new economic settlement.

Read more in Renewal.

 

Publication date: 2018-06-30
Parent publication: Renewal
Publisher: Lawerence & Wishart
Publication URL: The return of public ownership

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