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South African Sussex alumni at the heart of innovation and development

17 July 2018

South African alumni discuss innovation and regional development at alumni meet up in Johannesburg.

New CGPE working paper from Lara Montesinos Coleman

31 May 2018

Global Social Fascism: Violence, Law and Twenty-First Century Plunder Lara Montesinos ColemanWorking Paper No. 15  May 2018 The...

New CGPE Working Paper. The ebbing of the Pink Tide or permanent underdevelopment?

3 May 2018

The ebbing of the Pink Tide or permanent underdevelopment? Dependency theory meets uneven and combined development Felipe Antunes de...

New CGPE Working Paper. Global Debt Dynamics: What Has Gone Wrong

7 February 2018

Andreas Antoniades and Stephany Griffith-JonesWorking Paper No. 13  January 2018 This paper analyses the nature and characteristics of global...

Introduction to the Political Economy of Global Finance

17 January 2018

The Centre for Global Political Economy is pleased to offer a four-session seminar introducing the political economy of global finance. The main aim...

New book by Ben Selwyn

6 December 2017

The world economy is expanding rapidly despite chronic economic crises. Yet the majority of the world's population live in poverty. Why are wealth...

Asa Briggs Visiting Fellowships Round 2: call for applications

20 November 2017

The second round of this prestigious scheme is now open. The Fellowships will enable internationally outstanding academics to visit Sussex.

CGPE Newsletter No.5 now online

15 November 2017

  The latest newsletter from the Centre for Global Political Economy is avavilable for download: CGPE Newsletter 5 - November 2017 [PDF...

New research disputes claims that climate change helped spark the Syrian civil war

7 September 2017

A new study shows that there is no sound evidence that global climate change was a factor in causing the Syrian civil war.

Labour MP announced for SSRP British Science Festival panel

24 August 2017

Former Shadow Secretary of State for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs, Kerry McCarthy MP, will explore what Brexit means for agriculture in the UK.

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