Our new blog series examines the policy implications of the 2019 UK general election, examining trade, immigration, environment and labour market policy.
Examining the commodification of everyday objects reveals complex interconnections of economy and security. This blog explores these through an Afghan rug.
Our blog series asks what potential analytical insights can be generated if we stop treating ‘economy’ and ‘security’ as separate spheres.
A new mode of globalisation, grounded in the notion of ‘re-embedded post-neoliberalism’, can be charted and built if states are prepared to do so.
The unpredictability of the present era exposes social science’s uneasy relationship with uncertainty. Yet political economists should embrace the inescapability […]
It’s time to open up a new debate about the potential gains offered by this longstanding and core concept in […]
SPERI is delighted to report two new publications that explore in different formats the changing political economy of oil and […]
A new Paper published today by SPERI investigates an under-theorised contradiction in the political economy of the Green State; a […]
SPERI 2016 Conference, 4-6 July 2016, Halifax Hall, Sheffield SPERI is publishing today the final call for Proposals for its […]
‘Political Economy in an Age of Great Uncertainty’ 4-6 July 2016 Halifax Hall, Sheffield The Second Call for proposals for […]