Interviewees describe ‘scrimping and saving’ to make ends meet.
Boris Johnson is raising national insurance for employees and employers to help pay for the NHS and social care.
With an ageing population, pandemic recovery and climate emergency in the in-tray, social care is not the only thing the chancellor has to finance.
Zambia’s new president will have to balance austerity and the high expectations of the many unemployed young people and struggling people who voted for him.
The idea that funding cuts were inevitable and necessary is pervasive.
Hundreds of thousands more people died between 2010-11 and 2017-18 than anticipated. Austerity could have something to do with it
US trading partners can expect an export boom, but that alone will only have muted benefits for them.
Greek musicians have shown that developing new solidarities and campaigning initiatives with other performers could be the way forward in responding to issues caused by COVID.
South Africa’s National Treasury now proposes to reduce salaries. On the face of it this seems sensible. But the fundamental issue is the structure of the public service.
A new study shows how economic shocks caused by cuts to import tariff cuts in the 1990s is linked to the rise of populism in Brazil.
Many leisure centres survived austerity by transferring their management to the local community – could this tactic work again in today’s crisis?
Gulf states have given women great education, but they are still very limited participants in the workplace.
The theatre industry is facing an existential crisis and government action is urgently needed to ensure its survival.
The city’s latest financial woes are a result of the coronavirus crisis.
Why most debt and deficit projections are still way too upbeat.
The South African government should be spending more, not less, to boost economic growth and create jobs.
The UK is on the tipping point of a humanitarian emergency. To tackle this the government must now give more money to local authorities.
Attempts by municipal councils to be inclusive towards their ethnic minorities are being hampered by austerity and rising nationalism.
It’s time there was a serious policy response to the other key drivers of homicide rates, like poverty and austerity.
A short history of Ireland’s political economy explains Sinn Fein’s surge in popularity.