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About Adam Leaver

Adam Leaver is a senior lecturer in Financial Innovation and Business Analysis at Manchester Business School. He is a co-author of After the Great Complacence: Financial Crisis and the Politics of Reform and Financialization and Strategy: Narrative and Numbers. His current research focuses on the disruptive effects of crisis on national business models.

Articles by Adam Leaver

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Rosemary Bechler is a mainsite editor of openDemocracy

Constitutional conventions: best practice

Out of time: the fragile temporality of Carillion’s accumulation model

Carillion is the epitome of the modern financialized firm. Its liquidation tells us much about risk in modern capitalism, and raises serious questions about state outsourcing.

The metropolitanisation of gains, the nationalisation of losses

The prosperous South East can no longer afford to subsidise the rest of the United Kingdom. Or so runs the conventional wisdom. The facts, on the other hand, are rushing headlong in the opposite direction.

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