The Corona Crash: How the Pandemic Will Change Capitalism

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About the Author

Grace Blakeley is a staff writer at Tribune magazine, host of the A World to Win podcast and author of Stolen: How to Save the World from Financialisation. She previously worked as a research fellow for the Institute for Public Policy Research and as the New Statesman's economic commentator. She appears regularly in the media as a political and economic commentator, including appearances on Question Time, BBC This Week, and BBC Breakfast.

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

"Grace Blakeley asserts the need for Covid-19 to be a global wake-up call."
--Guardian ("Biggest Books of Autumn 2020")

Praise for Grace Blakeley's Stolen:

"The best thing I've read about how we got into this mess, and how we get out."
--Frankie Boyle

"A clear, accessible and informative guide to left economics, showing how we got to this era of capitalist crisis, environmental catastrophe and insurgent socialist revival. Grace Blakeley offers radical solutions to an exploitative and unfair system."
--Bhaskar Sunkara, Jacobin

"Grace Blakeley is one of the sharpest of a new generation of economic and political thinkers, with a gift for clearly and eloquently explaining how we got to the crisis point we're in, and why only radical transformation will get us out. A must-read for today's activists on both sides of the Atlantic."
--Sarah Jaffe, author of Necessary Trouble: Americans in Revolt

"As Grace Blakeley notes in her excellent new book, The Corona Crash, not all increases in the size of government are created equal."
--Washington Post

"[The Corona Crash] makes clear that we simply cannot go back to the way things were."