Social Sciences

Access to Alloparents

University College London
An alloparent is any individual who is not the biological parent, who helps to raise the child by providing direct […]
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Allomaternal Care and Child Outcomes

University College London
Due to the fact that human mothers often have multiple, vulnerable offspring with long periods of dependency, it is argued […]
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What is an Insurrection?

Goldsmiths, University of London
The notion of insurrection has been increasingly deployed as a way of describing recent uprisings around the world – from […]
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Rethinking practice for the use of data from crowdsourcing market places

London School of Economics
New technologies like large-scale social media sites (e.g., Facebook and Twitter) and crowdsourcing services (e.g., Amazon Mechanical Turk, Crowdflower, Clickworker) […]
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The unintended consequences of MifID II regulations

Institute of Economic Affairs
MiFID II was intended to create a more transparent, competitive and integrated financial market in the EU by reducing trading […]
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Liminal Entrepreneuring

London School of Economics
Lucia Garcia-Lorenzo discusses ‘liminal entrepreneuring’ which is the organization-creation entrepreneurial practices and narratives of individuals living in precarious conditions. Publication
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Framing uncertainty: narratives, change and digital technologies

London School of Economics
Lucia Garcia-Lorenzo explores the insights gained from conceptualizing narratives as a bounded space that accommodates disruptions while providing safety in uncertain […]
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Psi Experiences

University of Greenwich
David Luke discusses why Psi’ (or ‘psychic’) experiences challenge contemporary conceptions of human nature and of the physical world.
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Psychedelics and exceptional human experience

University of Greenwich
David Luke discusses Otherworlds: A psychonautic scientific trip to the weirdest outposts of the psychedelic terrain, inhaling anything and everything relevant […]
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Income Risk, the Tax‐benefit System and the Demand for Children

University of Leicester
Because children represent an irreversible commitment, parents might hedge against higher income risk by having fewer children. Clive Fraser discusses […]
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