Home Authors Posts by Prem Sikka

Prem Sikka

Prem Sikka is professor of accounting at the University of Sheffield and emeritus professor of accounting at the University of Essex.

Tories fiddle while cost of living crisis intensifies

In the wake of the Government’s own fraud minister resigning, Prem Sikka identifies a multibillion-pound scandal

Parliamentary gravy train

Prem Sikka on the scandal of MPs' second jobs and government complicity

Tory handouts to royalty, rich elites, tax exiles. . .

Prem Sikka on the corporate winners in the pandemic

Tories waste billions of taxpayers’ money

Prem Sikka says the cronyism evident in numerous Covid-related contracts awarded by the Tories is nothing new to British capitalism

Alarm bells

The coronavirus pandemic has exposed government incompetence and crony capitalism, says Prem Sikka

After Coronavirus

Markets are indifferent to who lives or dies. In the aftermath of the Covid-19 crisis it must not be the working class and pensioners that bear the burden, writes Prem Sikka

The dividend curse

Prem Sikka explains how income inequalities have widened during the shareholder bonanza of the last ten years

Tory handouts for the rich versus Labour’s way

Prem Sikka highlights the dividing line on taxation between Labour and Conservatives while setting out a sharper left course

Labour to halt bosses bonanza

Prem Sikka outlines his co-authored report on ending excessive executive payouts Most social problems are rooted in the contemporary structure of institutions and the skewed...

Funding a left Labour programme

Prem Sikka says getting taxation policy right is critical for Labour Tax revenues are the life-blood of all democracies. Without these, no state can alleviate...

Stakeholder Boards are the key to industrial renaissance

Prem Sikka finds Hammond’s industrial strategy an empty wish list