Job’s worth: being cost effective in producing and consuming ever more things.
We need a new defining idea for political economy, writes Richard Douglas.

During Cheltenham Gold Cup week I bumped into a friend of mine in a pub. He’d taken a day’s leave to follow the racing and he was having a goo...

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Richard McNeill Douglas

Richard is a PhD candidate at the Political Economy Research Centre of Goldsmiths, University of London. His PhD is funded by the UK Centre for the Understanding of Sustainable Prosperity. …

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