“After decades of capitalist realism, it would be possible to imagine a world based on cooperation rather than competition"

Grace Blakeley is a British author who writes about economic policy.  A former research fellow at the Institute for Public Policy Research, she is currently a staff writer at the New Statesman. Grace holds a degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics and a Masters in African Studies, both from Oxford University, and makes regular appearances on national television commenting on economic and political matters.

Her first book, Stolen: How To Save the World from Financialisation, argues that the recovery from the 2007-8 credit crunch mainly benefited the 1%, and that a shift to democratic socialism is urgently needed to resolve mounting inequality and the domination of finance capital.

"One of the most inspiring, thought provoking and insightful voices on the left" Owen Jones

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