EP07: Pepper Culpepper: Banklash and quiet politics (Europe's New Political Economy)

Europe's New Political Economy

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EP07: Pepper Culpepper: Banklash and quiet politics (Europe's New Political Economy)

Europe's New Political Economy

In the New Political Economy of Europe's seventh podcast episode, Aidan Regan talks to Pepper Culpepper from Oxford University's Blavatnik School of Government about his 2012 book Quiet Politics and Business Power, as well the differences between instrumental and structural power and his Banklash project on public attitudes toward banks.

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In the New Political Economy of Europe's seventh podcast episode, Aidan Regan talks to Pepper Culpepper from Oxford University's Blavatnik School of Government about his 2012 book Quiet Politics and Business Power, as well the differences between instrumental and structural power and his Banklash project on public attitudes toward banks.

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