About the Journal of Cultural Economy

The Journal of Cultural Economy is concerned with the role played by various forms of material cultural practice in the organisation of the economy and the social, and of the relations between them. As such it is a unique interdisciplinary forum for work on these questions from across the social sciences and humanities.

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Latest Entries

Features

How Can Experts Help Governments Think?

JCE's editors are delighted to present an excerpt from Glen O'Hara's inaugural professorial lecture at Oxford Brookes University, delivered on 9 May 2018.  This will be...

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News

ANNOUNCEMENT: Change to the JCE editorial line-up

We are very pleased to announce that José Ossandón has joined the Journal of Cultural Economy editorial team as an Associate Editor. José Ossandón is...

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Features

Demanding the impossible: a strike zine

This article is part of a JCE online curation of...

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Features

Alternative accounts: Archiving the 2018 UK university strikes

A JCE online curation of the UK university 2018 industrial action. For illustration purposes, we draw inspiration from 

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Features

Unrolling the consultants and challenging the "DB good, DC bad" viewpoint

This article is part of a JCE online curation of the...

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Features

Unrolling who is behind the drive to end the Defined-Benefit pension scheme?

This article is part of a JCE online curation of the...

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Unrolling the 2014 pension review

This article is part of a JCE online curation of the...

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Features

The means and ends of higher education

This article is part of a JCE online curation of the...

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Features

Deficit, what deficit? The politics of financial fact

Pensions are under threat. You will be familiar with the headline numbers – pensions slashed by over half, to a level where the very survival of the university sector seems in jeopardy. I have done the numbers, like everyone else, and they make grim reading. But how did this whole mess come about? At root, it’s a struggle over risk and who should carry it.

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