The UK’s everyday debt economy

Continuing dependence on debt highlights the great ‘strategic silence’ at the heart of the contemporary political economy of the UK Household debt is the strategic silence in contemporary policy debates […]

Greece’s crisis without end?

The new Syriza government needs to focus as much on the regeneration of the competitiveness of the Greek economy as […]

Quantifying employment protection

Although it trumpets the benefits of a low employment protection rate, the OECD utilises a flawed methodology for measuring employment […]

Saving ‘Social Europe’

Reinterpreting the rules ‘by stealth’ is all that is presently possible in governing the Eurozone economy During the euro’s sovereign […]