Our six research areas bring major global issues to the forefront of political research.
Facilitating research on and discussion of the gendered dimensions of the global political economy.
Facilitating discussion around different views of the nature and future of political economy.
This interdisciplinary research group seek to understand capitalism from a critical perspective.
Research into how market forces and public governance interact.
Working to foster a sustained consideration of debates surrounding unfree labour in the modern global economy.
Examining how the ethical character of economic activities and relationships interacts with social and political life.