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About Andrew Pendleton

Andrew Pendleton is a senior research fellow at the Institute for Public Policy Research (ippr) in London

Articles by Andrew Pendleton

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

Owning the future: strategies for a democratic economy

Deep and intersecting crises confront us. Growth is anaemic; wages and productivity are stagnant; inequality is stark; investment is low; consumer debt is high; and asset bubbles are frequent. Future ...

After Cancún: shifting climate gears

The loss of momentum in climate diplomacy reflects deep flaws in the way campaigners understand and frame climate change in relation to people’s lives and interests. There is both challenge and opportunity here, says Andrew Pendleton.

After Copenhagen

The United Nations process is becoming more of a hindrance than a help in tackling global climate change. It's time to look in new directions, says Andrew Pendleton.

The G8 and climate change: towards Copenhagen

A coherent focus on low-carbon technology is the missing ingredient in the world’s climate-change strategy, says Andrew Pendleton.

The global politics of climate-change: after the G8

The benign post-summit headlines conceal the G8's retreat from leadership on climate change. It's time for a global civil-society initiative, says Andrew Pendleton of the Institute for Public Policy Research.
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