The Suez Canal crisis has been apparently resolved. By relying on narrower, slower, and shorter resource loops, future disruption may be avoided.
COVID-19 has demonstrated how we need to rethink the trade-offs between efficiency and resilience if we are to meet the greater challenge of climate change.
Whilst GVC analysis can be used to map dynamics of global production, it neglects the wider structural context in which industrial development takes place.
To change the dynamics of gender inequality we need to change those of the contemporary global economy The new Oxfam […]
UK-based companies are ramping up efforts to combat slavery in their overseas supply chains. But companies also need to be […]
The British government is displaying an abject grasp of global trade politics; ironically the EU red tape the Brexiteers wish […]
WOERRC SPERI Workshop at the University of Sheffield, May 26-27, 2016 Since the economic crisis of 2008-2009, labour unfreedom has […]