While a single market in European banking was promoted by elites to peripheral countries in the Eurozone, this project actually drove the financial crisis.
Solidarity can be used as a discursive tool to promote the agendas of different actors and interests within the context of the Euro crisis.
Political Economy Ten Years After the Crisis Halifax Hall, University of Sheffield 2-4 July 2018 The SPERI Conference is becoming […]
Ten years after the financial crisis, the risks associated with securitisation are yet to be fully appreciated It is almost […]
Homeownership and the increasing fortification of the domestic home are linked by our increasingly neoliberal society. Home goes to the […]
Anthony Crosland’s persuasive case for social democratic ideals and insights into the nature of the economy and politics still have […]
The mood music being played to the City by the majority Conservative government has been quietly but deliberately changed since […]
The mortgage-led crisis has led to the financialization of rental housing – and new social struggles The global financial crisis […]
Recent governments have not focused sufficiently on addressing the chronic short-termism of pension fund investments The 2008 financial crisis and […]
British society is broken, but it is an indifferent and disconnected elite that is really to blame ‘Broken Britain’ is […]