The commercialisation of Kenya’s water sector creates feedback loops that need careful regulation to live up to the commitment of water as a human right.
EU regulation should provide citizens a concrete possibility for a ‘second chance’ and for a fresh start from the chain of over-indebtedness.
UK-based companies are ramping up efforts to combat slavery in their overseas supply chains. But companies also need to be […]
Acknowledging the redundancy of silo governance will be a vital first step in creating the new macroeconomic institutional arrangements we […]
The mood music being played to the City by the majority Conservative government has been quietly but deliberately changed since […]
Policymakers are still operating in a liberal market paradigm that sees market failure as exceptional, regulatory intervention as costly and […]
As both populist discourse and conceptual apparatus, it is capable of constructing a novel, inclusive coalition in support of the […]