First SPERI research projects announced

SPERI is collaborating with researchers both across the University and further afield. Drawing staff from departments such as Geography, Management and Sociological Studies, over 20 academic staff are involved in the research, including some of the University’s most senior and eminent professors.

The first projects to be announced can be found below and the full project outlines can be read in full by following the links. 

More research projects will be added to the list over the next few weeks.

Capitalist Diversity, Work and Employment

Civic Capitalism

Cluster for Research on the Informal Sector & Policy

Consumer Culture  in an ‘Age of Anxiety’

Corporate Finance from a Political Economy Perspective

Post-neoliberalism in Latin America


Re-thinking Work Organisation in Global Perspective

Social Cohesion and Sustainability in Europe