The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) has been awarded a substantial grant from the Open Society Foundations for a multi-year, interdisciplinary research project on the idea, possibility and value of “Cohesive Capitalism”. Alex Voorhoeve (LSE Philosophy), Richard Bradley (LSE Philosophy) and Kai Spiekermann (LSE Government) will be part of the programme.

The interdisciplinary research project will include several LSE Departments including Philosophy, Economics and Government and aims to understand the challenges and threats to developing and sustaining cohesive capitalism. More information to be published soon.