Bringing together scholars, this area undertakes cutting-edge research in international economic management, global governance, feminist political economy, the political economy of gender, everyday and cultural political economy, international development, classical political economy, rising powers, ethics, business culture, and the conceptualization of systemically important financial institutions, and comparative political economy.
|An Ethnographic Exploration Into the Everyday Politics of Undocumented Vietnamese Migrants in the UK||This project will be the combine in-depth interviews with ethnographic observation to explore the everyday political economy of undocumented Vietnamese migrants in the UK.|
|Beyond Brexit: UK Net Zero Energy Policy||This project seeks to conceptualise Brexit, and its UK implications, so that we can better understand it, and what it means for energy policy and politics.|
|Geopolitical economy of energy system transformation||The project is designed to provide a comprehensive assessment of the global context for the UK’s transition to net-zero.|
|Rethinking the Market||The project draws back the veil of such rhetoric to reveal how economists’ market models have been misappropriated to create the image of an economic world of significantly reduced political choice.|
|The OBR and the Politics of UK Growth amidst Brexit, Uncertainty and Austerity||The research involves comparative analysis of linkages between Office for Budget Responsibility growth projection assumptions and the conduct of UK economic policy before and after Brexit.|
|The Origins of Housing Bubbles||This project traces the pathways to housing-bubble formation in three European economies: the UK, Germany, and Spain.|
|CoPower||Co-Power investigates the impact of the Coronavirus Pandemic on practices for wellbeing and resilience across BAMEFC in the UK to create a holistic idea of vulnerabilities damaging BAMEFC, broadening/deepening existing work as well as conducting new research.|