On March 9th SPERI will celebrate the launch of Britain Alone: How a decade of conflict remade the nation, the new book by Dr Liam Stanley, with a live online panel discussion
A new report has been published today exploring local responses to household food insecurity across the UK during the COVID-19 pandemic.
SPERI Deputy Director Tom Hunt will be part of a new ESRC-funded Centre for Care
After the conclusion of COP26 join us for a discussion on the political economy of net zero.
Join us for an online event to discuss how different types and forms of social contestation determine how political and economic power is reworked and resisted
A new report from the ESRC funded ‘Food vulnerability during COVID-19’ research project outlines people’s experiences of accessing food during the pandemic.
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.
Charline Sempéré, Doctoral Researcher at SPERI, has been awarded prestigious research funding by the International Labour Organization (ILO), in collaboration with the International Organization for Migration (IOM).
SPERI doctoral researcher Patrick Kaczmarczyk delivered a speech at the 30th Economic Forum in Poland, a conference known as the “Davos of the East”.
An opportunity has arisen for a Research Associate to support Dr Hannah Lambie-Mumford’s growing programme of research on corporate power in the global food economy
SPERI is inviting expressions of interest for the Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowship call.