The adoption of stringent targets to combat climate change can speed up the process of innovation and reduce costs associated with emissions reductions
Economic policies enacted under neoliberalism have often failed to meet their objectives. How have they remained unchallenged in the face of failure?
Solidarity can be used as a discursive tool to promote the agendas of different actors and interests within the context of the Euro crisis.
Wealth, inequality, tax invasion – all are at the forefront of public concern about where many societies are going, and how cities are being reshaped today.
The battle between nationalists and globalists may have opened up a new front – inside the headquarters of international organisations.
This essay by Ed Pemberton, Doctoral Researcher at SPERI was named runner-up in the 2018/19 Bennett Prospect Public Policy Prize
What happens when no-one will compromise on Brexit? Michael Jacobs explores why the perculiar circumstances of Brexit have provided utter stalemate.
Photis Lysandrou’s brilliant new book explores the heavily financialised regime of capitalism in the twenty-first century.
A new mode of globalisation, grounded in the notion of ‘re-embedded post-neoliberalism’, can be charted and built if states are prepared to do so.
Simply integrating “worker voice” into the equation cannot reverse the shortcomings of social auditing programs, argue Penelope Kyritsis, Genevieve LeBaron and Mark Anner