Stuart is Tutor in Politics at Jesus College, and Associate Professor in the Department of Politics and International Relations, Oxford University. His research focuses on democracy, property and citizenship with a particular focus on radical republican political philosophy and its implications for the more egalitarian, democratic and liberty-promoting design of economic and political institutions. Major publications include: (ed.) New Labour: The Progressive Future? (2001); The Civic Minimum: On the Rights and Obligations of Economic Citizenship (2003); (co-ed. with Keith Dowding and Jurgen De Wispelaere) The Ethics of Stakeholding (2003); (co-ed. with Will Paxton and Dominic Lawson) The Citizen’s Stake: Exploring the Future of Universal Asset Policies (2006); Equality (2006); (with Rajiv Prabhakar and Karen Rowlingson) How to Defend Inheritance Tax (2008); (co-ed. with Daniel Leighton) Building a Citizens’ Society: The Emerging Politics of Republican Democracy (2008); (co-ed. with Niki Seth-Smith) Democratic Wealth (2014); and (co-ed. with Bruno Leipold and Karma Nabulsi) Radical Republicanism: Recovering the Tradition’s Popular Heritage (2020). With Debra Satz, he recently co-wrote What's Wrong with Inequality? for the Institute for Fiscal Studies' Deaton review of economic inequality. He is currently completing a book on radical republican alternatives to neo-liberal capitalism, The Wealth of Freedom. He is a trustee of the Citizen’s Basic Income Trust.