all notes on authors refer to the time when their
contributions were first published.

A

B

Carlo Borzaga teaches economic policy at University of Trento in Italy
1. Stakeholder cooperatives in European welfare


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Bill Bowring teaches civil liberties and human rights at the University of East London; He has published widely on Human rigths and related issues
1. Law and injustice: Is there an exit from the post-modern maze?
2. Law and order in the 'New' Britain

Victoria Brittain is Deputy Foreign Editor of 'The Guardian'
1. Angola underAttack: Watching the Revolution Being Taken Away (1997)

C

Anna Coote is Assistan Director of the Institute for public policy research
1. Social rights and responsibilities (1996)

 

D

Basil Davidson is a historian
1. States under pressure


E

Keith Ewing is Professor of Public Law at King's College.
1. The Law and Social Rights

F

Nina Fishman is Professor of History at the University of Westminster
1. Eduard Bernstein from a Post-Revisionist Perspective (1991)

G

David Goldblatt teaches politics at the Faculty of social Science, the Open University
1. Economic Globalisation and the Nation State
The transformation of political power? (1997)

Duncan Green is a researcher/writer at the Latin American Bureau.
1. Latin America and Free Trade

H

David Held teaches politics at the Faculty of social Science, the Open University
1. Economic Globalisation and the Nation State
The transformation of political power?
(1997)

Will Hutton is editor of the Observer and author of The State We're In
1. DISCUSSION Will Hutton, Charlie King and Anne Simpson
Accountable insiders? Reforming the pension funds

I

J

K

Charlie King is a researcher at GMB
1. DISCUSSION Will Hutton, Charlie King and Anne Simpson
Accountable insiders? Reforming the pension funds

L

M

Maureen Mackintosh is Professor of Economics at the Open University
1.Perverse Incentives: An NHS notebook

Anthony McGrew teaches politics at the Faculty of social Science, the Open University
1. Economic Globalisation and the Nation State
The transformation of political power?
(1997)

James Motlasi is president of the Miners' Union in South Africa
1. The role of the NUM in South Africa (1997)

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N

O

P

Jonathan Perraton teaches economics at University of Sheffield
1. Economic Globalisation and the Nation State
The transformation of political power?
(1997)

Gavin Poynter lectures in the Department of Innovation Studies, University of East London
1.The unions and New Labour


Q

R

Steven Rose is Profesor of Biology and Director of Brain and Behaviour Research Group at the Open University
1. The rise of neurogenetic determinism (1996)

S

Bill Schwarz teaches in the Department of Media and Communication at Goldsmiths College
1. The break-up of the conservative nation

Anne Simpson is Executive Director of Pension and Investment Research Consultants Limited
1. DISCUSSION Will Hutton, Charlie King and Anne Simpson
Accountable insiders? Reforming the pension funds

Pam Smith is Visiting Research Fellow, School of Health, University of Greenwich
1.Perverse Incentives: An NHS notebook

Anne Showstack Sassoon is Professor of Poliics and Director of the European Research Centre at Kingston University
1. Complexity, contradictions, creativity

T

U

V

Gilane Tawadros is Director of the Institute of International Visual Arts in London
1.Going global

W

Kevin Watkins is a policy advisor for Oxfam
1.Cost-recovery, adjustment and equity in health
Some lessons from Zimbabwe

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