COVID 19 highlights the hierarchy of precarity experienced by the population- demonstrating how neoliberal discourses are used to mask structural inequality
Our new SPERI blog series examines the COVID-19 pandemic through the lens of precarity; illustrating how pre-existing structures of inequality shape risk
The UK Prime Minister has pledged to end low skilled immigration by 2021. Why have exceptions have been made for the agricultural sector?
Our new blog series examines the policy implications of the 2019 UK general election, examining trade, immigration, environment and labour market policy.
Through our new SPERI blog guidelines we aim to help political economy become a more diverse and inclusive intellectual discipline.
Ethical standards governing labour in supply chains are increasingly common in the global South. How do they differ from previous generations of standards?