A second landmark Special Issue exploring blind spots in the field of International Political Economy has been published in New Political Economy
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.
A landmark Special Issue exploring blind spots in the field of International Political Economy has been published
A new OECD report written by SPERI’s Michael Jacobs calls on governments to prioritise environmental sustainability, economic resilience, reducing inequality and improving wellbeing
Professor Genevieve LeBaron has been awarded new grants to investigate the impact of COVID-19 on supply chain workers and inequality.
A new report which draws on SPERI research and analysis provides new evidence about the public’s attitudes on public spending, wealth and tax.
Professor Genevieve LeBaron has been elected as a Member of the College of the Royal Society of Canada
We are delighted to announce that Dr Maya Goodfellow has joined SPERI with a prestigious three-year Leverhulme Early Career Research Fellowship.
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