Classical political economy begins from the premise that capitalism must be understood as an integrated social, political and economic order. This presents a number of methodological challenges. The capitalist world […]
Part 3 of the blog is available to read here Where, then, do we go from here? We’ve seen that […]
Although many on the centre-left in the West have effectively found themselves defending a neoliberal form of globalisation about which […]
Colombia’s peace process, including the negotiations carried out by the Colombian government under President Santos and the FARC guerrilla movement […]
Globalisation should not be seen as some kind of inevitable technological imperative but rather as a political construction born of a particular phase in history
Within the last few years, Susan Strange has made history by becoming the first female academic to have a professorship […]
In this blog, Jon Morris discusses the ways through which education creates a positive impact on the social sustainability of the global textile industry.
In this blog, Remi Edwards discusses the ways through which corporations market commodities as ethically sourced, in spite of systemic labour exploitation.