Social Sciences

Advances in Macroeconomics and monetary economics

Loughborough University
Paul Turner is Professor of Applied Economics at Loughborough University. Here he discusses a brief introduction and where future research […]
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Teaching the Multiplier: the Value of a Quantitative Approach

Loughborough University
Paul Turner discusses software based on estimated parameters for the UK economy. The program allows students to both simulate the […]
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A History of the Sociology of Childhood

UCL Institute of Education
Berry Mayall gives a history of how the sociology of childhood has developed, contextualised in the history of sociology. It […]
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The limits of higher education institutions as sites of work skill development

City, University of London
Where do workers with Higher Education (HE) degrees develop their work skills? Although few would expect these to be developed […]
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Unpacking Discursive Constructions of Wartime Rape and Sexual Violence in Syria

University of Greenwich
The ‘rape-as-a-weapon’ of war narrative has been particularly influential in the securitization of sexual violence. Drawing upon ideas about the […]
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Overconfidence is universal?

London School of Economics
Overconfidence is sometimes assumed to be a human universal, but there remains a dearth of data systematically measuring overconfidence across […]
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Femifesta? Reflections on writing a feminist memoir and a feminist manifesto

UCL Institute of Education
Miriam David offers a reflective account of the publication of two books in the same year (2016): Reclaiming Feminism: Challenging Everyday […]
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Constructions of the ‘migration crisis’ in Europe

London Metropolitan University
Norman Ginsburg discusses the many different constructions put on the phenomenon of immigration in Europe. Contrasting welcoming perspectives with exclusionary […]
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In-house or outsourced public services?

UCL Institute of Education
Nicola Pensiero analyses the relationship between government spending and the distribution of private income between capital and labour. Nicola Pensiero is a quantitative […]
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