The implementation of the macroprudential policy programme in individual countries has been remarkably uneven. A closer look at the importance of national growth models and housing systems for issues of financial stability helps us understand why.
While the Green New Deal is a point of strategic unity for those committed to political-economic transformation, it is also site of political contestation across the capitalism-growth debate.
Why an ecological, rather than a modernising approach is necessary for tackling contemporary global crises facing our planet.
Rwanda’s government works hard to maintain a balancing act between the complex range of political and economic factors that underpin […]
Measuring economic success through levels of employment obscures the unsustainable and oppressive nature of the UK’s recovery Work has of […]
A new growth model must place individual livelihoods at the heart of our regional economic strategy In his new SPERI […]
SPERI 2016 Conference, 4-6 July 2016, Halifax Hall, Sheffield SPERI is publishing today the final call for Proposals for its […]
We are very pleased that our latest paper by SPERI researchers Jeremy Green and Scott Lavery was covered in an article […]
The hard-nosed approach to poverty from the American Right is a threat to long-term democratic stability in the United States […]
Investment and consumption performance demonstrates the frailty of the UK economy; the economic recovery is not yet secure The government […]