We need to extend critiques of undervalued labour beyond those with ‘social value’ to engender improvements in the material value of labour globally.
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.
While the Chancellor’s injection of money into the economy is welcome, it highlights just how undervalued ‘women’s work’ still is in our societies
The UK government has pledged to ‘end’ low skill immigration but many sectors in the UK depend on migrant workers; including the construction industry.
Whilst a voluntary campaign for Living Wages in the UK has enjoyed success, it remains to be see how this will translate into public policy more broadly.
The path to ‘soft Brexit’ has now been firmly established. But the real disjuncture between the UK and the EU […]
No leader, no ideology can come to power — and stay in power — alone. Who are the key thinkers, […]
The Democrats and the Labour Party have been on the defensive for too long. Winning again requires a progressive re-radicalization […]
Britain just can’t generate the politics with which to build the new reformist consensus its political economy so badly needs […]
After higher youth turnout in the 2017 general election Labour has to think hard about whether fairness is about class […]