Rising public transport costs and the expense of staging the 2014 World Cup has led to protests across Brazil, one of the BRICS countries. Economist Professor Stephen Broadberry looks at what economic history can teach us about the BRICS growth prospects.
Department of Economics Professor Mark Harrison explains why we need economic historians and why the USSR reminded him of Tolkien’s Mordor.
Professor Peter Spurgeon of Warwick Medical School talks to The Conversation about the future of our hospitals.
The research of David Anderson, Professor of African History at the University of Warwick, has played a crucial role in the decision of the British government, announced today, to pay compensation to 5,200 victims of torture and abuse in colonial Kenya.