The GLS Treuhand, a foundation in Germany, has generously offered BRAVE NEW EUROPE a donation of 10,000 euros, but as matching funds. That means to be paid in equal amount to funds we obtain from [...]
Andrew Dowling sees a rising leftist influence in the Catalan independence movement, seeking a wider popular basis in Catalonia for independence and progressive policies. Andrew Dowling, Senior Lecturer in Catalan and Spanish History at Cardiff [...]
Last weeks global food strikes in Britain show young workers get what trade unionism is about – and bringing are new forms of digital organisation into play. Len McCluskey is General Secretary of Unite, Britain’s [...]
Elections were held in Bosnia and Herzegovina on 7 October. Dimitar Bechev explains that Bosnian politics continues to be dominated by two ethnically defined poles, each with external support. The country will probably hold together as [...]
How the way we manage our fisheries is undermining our chances of sustainability Griffin Carpenter is economic modeller specialising in environmental policy and natural resource management. His current work focuses on the socio-economics of European [...]
“Economics beyond the Swabian hausfrau” is a series of talks, featuring some of the most prominent European heterodox economists, planned for this year and next in Berlin presented by BRAVE NEW EUROPE, the Helle Panke Foundation, and local groups of the Network for Pluralist Economics.
30 January 2019 Steve Keen on Modern Monetary Theory
Book Review by David Shirreff The reaction of ordinary people to globalization gets the blame for many upsets including, for example, the surprise election of Donald Trump in America in 2015, and Britain’s “Brexit” vote [...]