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 […]
Much has been written about the growth of debt since the Great Financial Crisis. But whilst leverage is a worry, […]
Carillion is the epitome of the modern financialized firm and its liquidation tells us much about risk in this phase […]
The practice of saving has been complexified, but the concept has until recently retained discursive significance as part of an […]
Different approaches to mortgage debt may impact wages, how homeowners engage with employers and welfare services, and economic growth One […]
The Conservative government’s promotion of financialisation is transforming citizenship in the UK While the New Labour-ish language of ‘financial inclusion’ […]
The stakes are high as Labour seeks approval from the Office for Budget Responsibility Labour’s Shadow Chancellor, Ed Balls, has […]