This piece looks at the factors driving the spread of neo-liberal institutions around the world, assessing several conflicting opinions from the literature.
This piece explores the arguments used during two phases of regulatory reform of the financial services sector. I use content analysis of Parliamentary debates to understand the causes of these policy changes.
Do animals deserve equal rights to humans? Do they have a right to life, or do we simply have a duty to not do them harm?
This paper demonstrates the influence that different methods of aggregating votes can have on elections
This piece will assess the worth of equality by looking at instrumental and non-instrumental versions of egalitarianism.
The Gay Liberation Front was more than just a pressure group. It was a movement.
This piece use Thomas Hobbes’ theory of human nature to explore his view that absolutism, preferably centred in a monarchy, is the best form of government.
This essay will assess the consequences of different types of electoral system in relation to the formation of different structures of parliament.
You can’t expect students to pay more for the same, or worse, more for less. That’s not how the market works, and it would have Lord Dearing spinning in his grave.
“It is the job of reviews to make recommendations and the job of Government to make decisions.”