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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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Demanding the impossible: a strike zine

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

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

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

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Unrolling the 2014 pension review

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The means and ends of higher education

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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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Looking for culture through economy, through capitalisation, through Milton Keynes: a film by Sapphire Goss

To mark the JCE's 10th anniversary we commissioned a film about Milton Keynes that delves back into the history of Journal of Cultural Economy and its links to the work of...

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The responsibilities of marketography

What makes a market a market? Where do markets begin and end? How might we go about following them? What is the role of the researcher in detecting their (in)consistencies?...

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Hidden gems: 10 Groundbreaking books that uncover the human faces of economics

Central banks, economic theory, and financial behavior are not topics that we normally associate with anthropology. Of course, many of you will have read best-sellers like...

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Milton Keynes of the Mind: JCE 10th anniversary event 29 June, Milton Keynes

We are excited to announce that the JCE is co-sponsoring 'Milton Keynes of the Mind' in collaboration with the Open University Citizenship and Governance Strategic Research...

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Explaining the end of the military tutelary regime and the July 15 coup attempt in Turkey

Koray Caliskan examines the dynamics behind the July 15 2016 coup attempt in Turkey. At a time when academic literature has been focusing on the dissolution of the country’s military tutelary regime, how can this military coup attempt be explained?

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alt.economy: Ethnographic Explorations of Alternative Economic Imaginaries

Taylor Nelms reflects on the JCE sponsored alt.economy workshop, the full version of which is published in the journal.

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Olivier Godechot: a classic work, in translation

Taylor Nelms introduces an exciting new piece in the journal: a translation of Olivier Godechot's classic study of finance, first published in French in the journal Politix in 2000

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