A new UKRI project led by Dr Hannah Lambie-Mumford will research food vulnerability during the COVID-19 pandemic
On June 19th over 30 members of SPERI’s interdisciplinary research community came together for an online workshop to discuss the political economy of COVID-19
We are delighted to announce that Dr Hannah Lambie-Mumford has been awarded a prestigious Leverhulme Research Fellowship to undertake a new research project on food corporations and food charity
SPERI’s ‘In Conversation event with Caroline Lucas’ on March 26th has been postponed.
Our new collaborative project – led at SPERI by Deputy Director Dr Liam Stanley – aims to understand how the public make sense of tax.
SPERI Leverhulme Early Career Fellow Dr Scott Lavery has organised a large series of political economy panels for the PSA Conference 2020
We are excited to announce a series of SPERI events for Spring 2020 with three high-profile public figures joining us.
For this month’s SPERI Spotlight we speak to Hannah Boles about their research on labour conditions in global supply chains
In November 2019 SPERI held its conference ‘Beyond the Crisis? Global Capitalism in the 2020s’.Catch up on new videos from the conference.
SPERI is part of a new research network of nine European universities that will address the impact of recent developments in the EU’s and its member states’ ‘bordering practices’