SPERI has launched a new cohort within its innovative PREPPE programme.
Since the Harvey Weinstein scandal broke, the #MeToo and #TimesUp hashtags campaign have become internationally recognised as a symbol of […]
While the Weinstein scandal has generated a pseudo-systemic critique of sexual violence in the workplace, economic inequalities still determine who […]
Hollywood’s commodification of women’s bodies must be recognised as a contributory factor when questioning the (un)shocking prevalence of sexual violence […]
Calculating the economic costs of sexual harassment obscures its underlying wrongs – as does the disparagement of people that ‘sleep […]
This blog series introduces some preliminary research from SPERI’s PREPPE programme, a project that asks: What can political economy tell […]
SPERI has launched a new postgraduate research programme that will focus on the political economy of the Weinstein scandal. PREPPE […]