The German economic downturn raises questions about the largest European economy but, more importantly, over the future of the Eurozone and Europe
New research by Matt Wood, Ivanka Antova, Mark Flear and Tamara Hervey explores people’s reactions to the claim that leaving the EU will enable £350 million a week to be spent on the NHS.
More expansionary fiscal and monetary policies are needed to meet the Sustainable Development Goals, argues Rick Rowden
Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s AKP party lost support in recent local elections. Merve Sancak looks at the factors influencing the decline in their popularity.
Ethical standards governing labour in supply chains are increasingly common in the global South. How do they differ from previous generations of standards?
The Living Wage has gained popularity as a minimum wage response in the UK. But can it contribute to the wider debate on fair pay?
The prospect of a no-deal Brexit holds implications for the future of environmental policy in the UK, and it is the poorest who are most likely to suffer.
Whilst a voluntary campaign for Living Wages in the UK has enjoyed success, it remains to be see how this will translate into public policy more broadly.
Anti-slavery legislation is increasingly being used to combat forced labour in supply chains of global companies. How might such legislation be improved?
The growth of pink capitalism has intensified tensions between a liberal politics of representation and more radical change when it comes to LGBT+ rights.