SPERI is delighted to co-host an online workshop that will explore patterns of change and continuity in economic ideas, policies and practices in the UK and beyond.
Join us on February 18th for an online conversation about what modern slavery is, why efforts to tackle it have failed so far and what needs to be done to effectively combat it.
On February 15th SPERI and the Department of Politics & International Relations will co-host an event with Professor Vivien Schmidt to discuss her new book Europe’s Crisis of Legitimacy
SPERI’s Doctoral Researcher Network (DRN) has hosted its annual introductory event for the new semester, and has announced plans to host two further events this semester.
SPERI’s ‘In Conversation event with Caroline Lucas’ on March 26th has been postponed.
We are excited to announce a series of SPERI events for Spring 2020 with three high-profile public figures joining us.
On November 20th we welcomed Sir Paul Tucker, research fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School and former Deputy Governor of the Bank of England, to SPERI.
On Friday 8th November SPERI held its conference Beyond the Crisis? Global Capitalism in the 2020s at the British Academy in London.
On October 9th Professor Genevieve LeBaron, Co-Director of SPERI, gave her inaugural lecture on ‘Capitalism and Modern Slavery’.
We are very pleased to announce the details of our Political Economy Seminar Series 2019-20.