DR NICK TAYLOR
Nick Taylor is a Research Fellow in the Political Economy Research Centre at Goldsmiths. He is working on our M theme on meanings and moral framings of the good life, investigating philosophical, professional and everyday assumptions about sustainable prosperity.
Nick Taylor’s background is in political economy and he completed his PhD at the University of Warwick on the relationship between moral and economic approaches to explaining and dealing with poverty and unemployment.
His research prior to this explored conceptualisations of labour in comparative capitalisms approaches. Nick is working on the M theme on meanings and moral framings of the good life, investigating philosophical, professional and everyday assumptions about sustainable prosperity.
Taylor, N 2018. The Return of Character: Parallels Between Late-Victoria and Twenty-First Century Discourses. Sociological Research Online, 23 (2): 399-415.
Taylor, Nick 2017. A Job, Any Job: The UK Benefits System and Employment Services in an Age of Austerity. Observatoire de la Société Britannique, 19: 267-285.
Taylor, N 2014. Theorising Capitalist Diversity: the uneven and combined development of labour forms, Capital & Class, 38(1): 123-135.
Taylor, N 2013. Die ungleiche und kombinierte Entwicklung von Arbeitsformen, Peripherie, 130/131: 179-196.