The Green New Deal may lead us to a more sustainable economy, but there are many obstacles to its success; particularly when applied to the UK context.
The Green New Deal is being championed as a solution to climate change and economic inequality. But what exactly is it, and what is its wider significance?
The adoption of stringent targets to combat climate change can speed up the process of innovation and reduce costs associated with emissions reductions
Listen to and read the full text of of Professor Michael Jacobs’ inaugural lecture ‘Ideas and Power: reflections on politics, environmental crisis and economic paradigm shifts’
Registration is now open for Michael’s lecture ‘Ideas and Power: reflections on politics, environmental crisis and economic paradigm shifts’.
What happens when no-one will compromise on Brexit? Michael Jacobs explores why the perculiar circumstances of Brexit have provided utter stalemate.
SPERI is delighted to announce the appointment of Michael Jacobs as a new Professorial Research Fellow at SPERI and the […]
SPERI’s new partnership with the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Inclusive Growth was launched last night (February 21st) with a highly […]
In a public lecture co-hosted by SPERI and the Department of Urban Studies and Planning, leading economist Michael Jacobs called […]
We are very pleased to be associated with the Sheffield Institute for International Development (SIID) and the Urban Studies and Planning (USP) department […]