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.
The UK Chancellor recently confessed that the market is not working in terms of fairness tests. Yet he continues to idealise ‘textbook’ market institutions
The Green New Deal may lead us to a more sustainable economy, but there are many obstacles to its success; particularly when applied to the UK context.
While many global garment companies have commited to living wages in their supply chains, our latest research questions the degree of implementation.
The Green New Deal is being championed as a solution to climate change and economic inequality. But what exactly is it, and what is its wider significance?
The role that exceptionalist politics and economics has played in history can tell us about the role exceptionalism is playing in the post-2008 world today.
Wishful thinking, muddling through and other forms of ignorance play a crucial role in shaping economic policy and its effects on society.