15 Articles by Professor Glen O\'Hara

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The Workshop on Cultural Economy - 10 January 2020

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Twenty Years After - the workshop on cultural economy

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CFP: The Workshop on Cultural Economy: 20 Years After

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Cultural Studies’ Economic Legacies: 20 years after

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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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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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Demanding the impossible: a strike zine

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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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ANNOUNCEMENT: Changes to our editorial line-up, part 4

We are very pleased to announce that Katy Mason has joined the Journal of Cultural Economy editorial team as an Associate Editor. Katy Mason is Chair of Markets...

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Submitting a Special Issue

The journal has a track record of hosting high quality Special Issues and Themed Sections and we welcome proposals for future issues. In order for Special Issue editors...

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