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Political Economy Ten Years After the Crisis Halifax Hall, University of Sheffield 2-4 July 2018 The SPERI Conference is becoming increasingly recognised as a key forum for debating major contemporary issues in political economy in new and challenging ways. It takes place in Halifax Hall in a leafy part of Sheffield and always attracts a range of leading scholars, doctoral … Continue reading
On 9 February 2012 Rt Hon Ed Miliband launched the Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute (SPERI) at the University of Sheffield, pronouncing it as “the right institute, at the right time, in the right place” before echoing the core focus of SPERI’s project: “From the ashes of the kind of irresponsible capitalism which led to the crash, we need to … Continue reading
The British Growth Crisis: The Search for a New Model, 16 – 18 July, Halifax Hall, University of Sheffield Book now The early bird rate ceases on 31 May 2012 so if you have not booked yet, be sure to do it quick! You can register for the conference online now by visiting our online store. Concessionary rates are available … Continue reading
If you didn’t manage to get a ticket to see Rt Hon Ed Miliband officially launch SPERI on 9 February, and you don’t have time to watch the full version online, we’ve now put together a 5 minute highlights video!
If you didn’t manage to get a ticket for the SPERI Inaugural Lecture by Rt Hon Ed Miliband last week do not despair! You can watch his full speech in this video: Footage of the lecture was also shown on the Sunday Politics Show, Sky News and Look North, with the launch covered by many major news sources such as … Continue reading