Chris Bambery sums up a week in which members of the Spanish Guardia Civil testified in the trial against Catalan leaders. Chris Bambery is author and broadcaster. Co-author (with George Kerevan) of Catalonia Reborn: How [...]
The Long Depression has become a fantasy world of rising financial asset prices, low investment and productivity growth, where nearly everybody can get a job (working part-time, temporary or self-employed), but not a living. Michael [...]
“The primary antagonist of the traditional proletarian was the boss. The primary antagonistic of the precariat is the state. A precariat revolt (hopefully peaceful) will lead to a new distinctive distribution system.” – Guy Standing, [...]
There will be life after Brexit and it is good to see that there are progressive thinkers who are preparing for this. Kate Pickett and Richard Wilkinson are professors of epidemiology, co-founders of The Equality [...]
“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.
Andrea Lorenzo Capussela “The political economy of Italy’s decline”
7pm, Kopenhagener Straße 9, 10437 Berlin, Donation 2 Euros
1 April: Branko Milanovic "Recent trends in global income distribution and their political Implications”
Warren Mosler "An Introduction to Modern Monetary Theory"
13 June: Quinn Slobodian "Neoliberal Globalism and the Backlash from Within"
19 June: Sergio Cesaratto "Italy and the European monetary union: a tale of two wrongs"
Book Review by David Shirreff Perhaps this book should be called The Theory of Everything, though that title has already been used for a movie about Stephen Hawking, the theoretical physicist and expert on black [...]