Research & Publications

Conference papers, working papers, policy papers and media articles from the past few years. Please note I did not choose the headlines or ledes for media pieces.

Collington, R., Lazonick, W. & Roy, V. 2020. ‘Financializing insulin: How shareholders profited from price hikes in the US’. In progress.

Collington, R. 2020. ‘Entrenching Retrenchment: Healthcare reform in the UK consolidation state’. SASE 32nd Annual Meeting. [Conference presentation]. 21 July 2020.

Parramore, L. & Collington, R. 2020. ‘Think Big Pharma Won’t Profiteer in the Race to Treat Coronavirus? Think Again.’ Institute for New Economic Thinking. [Interview by Lynn Paramore]. 5 May 2020. Available here.

Collington, R. 2020. ‘Who Benefits When the Price of Insulin Soars?’. Institute for New Economic Thinking. [Blog post]. 16 April 2020. Available here.

Collington, R. 2020. ‘Profits, Innovation and Financialization in the Insulin Industry’. Institute for New Economic Thinking Working Paper Series. [Working paper]. 28 March 2020. Available here.

Collington, R. 2020. ‘Denmark is helping those who can’t work due to coronavirus – why isn’t the UK?’ The Guardian. [Opinion article]. 18 March 2020. Available here.

Collington, R. 2019. ‘Digital Public Assets: Rethinking value, access and ownership of public sector data’. Common Wealth. [Policy discussion paper]. 1 November 2019. Available here.

Collington, R. 2019. ‘Digital public assets should be democratised, not given away for private profit’. openDemocracy. [Opinion article]. 1 November 2019. Available here.

Akehurst, N. & Collington, R. ‘Against Polling’. Jacobin. 23 June 2019. Available here.

Collington, R. 2019. ‘NHS data is a public asset. Why does Matt Hancock want to give it away?’ openDemocracy. [Opinion article]. 26 April 2019. Available here.

Collington, R. 2019. ‘A Digital Backdoor? Public-private partnerships and big data transfer’. Rethinking the State in the 21st Century. [Conference paper]. University College London Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose and INET-YSI.

Collington, R. 2018. ‘The mood apps profiting from your mental illness’. New Statesman. 3 December 2018. Available here.

Collington, R. 2017. ‘Leaving No One Behind: Why England needs an implementation plan for the UK Strategy for Rare Diseases’. Genetic Alliance UK. Available here.