PhD candidate from the School of Economics Werner Pena has had a paper entitled ‘The Distributional Consequences of Social Distancing on Poverty and Labour Income … Read more
Student Tapaysa Bhandari explains how she has managed to improve her overthinking and anxiety using the tools she has discovered through our 8 week mindfulness … Read more
March News Roundup
March marked the one-year anniversary since the first lockdown and while we’re still not back together in person yet, it’s been a rich time for … Read more
February News Roundup
In a month where the government gave us hope of a return to “normality,” here is a summary of what has been going on in … Read more
A man dies by suicide every minute of every day – Movember aims to change this.
Oliver Turner, Stage 3 Economics student and Harvey Dorset Stage 3 History student took part in ‘Movember‘ last month with the leading charity that focusses … Read more
Studying through Covid.
Nick Hutchinson, Stage 3 Economics student shares his experience of University in Corona times. “What a strange year it has been. I don’t think … Read more
Efforts to dramatically change labour laws in India may not succeed in reducing mass unemployment caused by coronavirus measures.
Parsing the labour law debate: what does the evidence say? Op-ed By Amrit Amirapu and Vidhya Soundararajan printed originally in The Hindustan Times. In the … Read more