It largely depends on whether Europe will decide to ignore (and pay the price for) US sanctions.
Consumer law requires legal agreements to be transparent – so how does this apply to complicated terms and conditions we're expected to read?
The emotions associated with trends in popular music and lyrics can predict economic sentiment.
A long read on the decimation of British jobcentres – and why it puts the rollout of Universal Credit at risk.
How data-driven behavioural sciences are being road tested in the political sphere.
We know from every previous wave of feminist activism that some men fear loss of status and power, two things manifest in work and pay.
More women are making it to the boardroom but are often promoted to an untenable and precarious leadership position.
Young people are poorer than older people in England and the wealth gap between the young and the old is on the rise.
Cutting pension scheme costs can make staff angry and belligerent.
The US and China must work together to reform the global trade system. Their economies are too entwined for a trade war.
A strike around a specific employment issue can easily develop a momentum of its own and become a catalyst for a much wider expression of dissatisfaction.
It is no accident that practices of meditation and mindfulness have become so ubiquitous in our neoliberal times.
Bitcoin is being compared to tulips, but I researched tulip mania for years and found no evidence of mass bankruptcies or economic meltdown.
Dubbed the 'female ghetto', there's a reason why women are significantly over-represented in call centres.
The idea that automation and robotics will lead to huge job losses is wrong. Big business likes the sweat of cheap labour too much.