We are very pleased to announce the publication of Diverging Capitalisms: Britain, the City of London and Europe, a new edited collection by Colin Hay and Daniel Bailey
Watch SPERI Director Colin Hay’s
interview with Radio France International about Theresa May’s historic defeat and what might happen next for Brexit.
We are delighted to share our new research agenda, introduce new colleagues and new events, and unveil a new look for SPERI.
The unpredictability of the present era exposes social science’s uneasy relationship with uncertainty. Yet political economists should embrace the inescapability […]
A new growth model must be economically and morally sustainable – now, and for future generations “All animals are equal, […]
In January Colin Hay, SPERI’s co-director, predicted that Britain would vote to leave the European Union in 2016. Today as […]
In the first of a new series of weekly SPERI blogs on ‘The Coming Crisis’ Colin Hay sets out the […]
Overvalued fossil fuel assets reveal the ecological limitations of the economic recovery It’s disconcerting that the return to GDP growth […]
We need to build up more intensive and sophisticated mechanisms of global governance capable of serving as the guiding intelligence […]
We need to move from private debt to public investment as the means to stimulate demand and to link deficit […]