Asset economy strawmen: A response to Pitts et al

Renewal - ISSN 0968-5211
Volume 30 Number 4 (2022)

Asset economy strawmen: A response to Pitts et al
Jack Kellam, Will Stronge pages 83-91


Critics of the idea of the ‘asset economy’ argue that the left is gripped by a reductive populism breaking along generational divides in asset ownership – a case that relies on misrepresentation and reductive readings of established research. Understanding and transforming the UK’s economic malaise requires more serious engagement.

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Jack Kellam, Will Stronge (2022) Asset economy strawmen: A response to Pitts et al, Renewal, 30(4), 83-91

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