Unprecedented?: How Covid-19 Revealed the Politics of Our Economy is published this week, co-authored by me and three colleagues in the Department of Politics at Goldsmiths. You can read an extract from the book in the new issue of The New Statesman here.
Article in the London Review of Books, on EdTech, learning during lockdown and the mechanisation of ‘literacy’.
Guardian comment piece on derisory ‘catch-up’ funding and failure to recognise the sacrifices made by children.
Comment piece on the crisis of trust in British government, originally drafted in October, now shared on the PERC blog.
This event was hosted by the Politics of Economics project of the Cambridge Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities.
Article written for The New Statesman, on the problem of rules and behavioural governance in the face of coronavirus.
Essay published by Guardian Review, on the nationalist currents being stirred by the covid crisis.
Blogpost on the class divisions emerging from the lock-down, published by the Goldsmiths Political Economy Research Centre.
Piece written for Discover Society, on why the current mood of solidarity and empathy for the vulnerable should be converted into a new era of progressive fiscal policy.
Blogpost written for the Goldsmiths Political Economy Research Centre, looking at the coronavirus crisis from the perspective of economic sociology of markets.