Cash Assistance Programmes offer financial support to asylum seekers. This blog examines the impact of the cash card scheme on refugee’s lives.
EU institutions are encouraging the development of distressed debt markets, thereby meeting banks’ needs while opening up profit opportunities.
Distressed debts – also known as ‘non-performing loans’ – have been a key issue in Europe, especially in countries hit by austerity.
A new generation of political economists from SPERI’s Doctoral Researchers Network reflect on where the world may be going in the next ten years.
Creating fiscal space to write-off household debt will bring macroeconomic renewal and end the era of debt-dependent growth
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.
Firms like Netflix and Spotify are changing the way we consume. What does this mean for how we study and understand finance?
Photis Lysandrou’s brilliant new book explores the heavily financialised regime of capitalism in the twenty-first century.
This blog discusses Professor Jennifer Clapp’s recent visit to Sheffield where she presented work from her latest book project and […]