EU regulation should provide citizens a concrete possibility for a ‘second chance’ and for a fresh start from the chain of over-indebtedness.
The economic measures taken in the wake of the financial crisis were flawed. 12 years on, the wealthiest have gotten richer while incomes have stagnated.
What kind of legacy the coronavirus pandemic bestows on the UK has already been the subject of much analysis in […]
This blog proposes solutions to help resolve ‘insolvency syndrome’ which may arise when those affected by debt experience related health issues.
COVID-19 has pointed out the obvious: the supposed capitalist rationality of supply chains produces short-term profits but increases risk and vulnerability
Analysing the scale of excessive debt can lead to a deeper understanding of its social consequences- particularly for vulnerable people
If China should apologise for Covid-19, then perhaps the West should apologise for centuries of harm inflicted on China and other non-Western peoples
This blog explores the ways through which gender, class and race can determine the risk of personal debt within societies.
This article introduces a blog series jointly coordinated by Finance Watch and SPERI in which researchers illuminate aspects of personal debt in Europe.
The global spread of COVID-19 exposes the futility of international borders, arbitrariness of national migrant policies and sharp inequalities between […]