In neo-liberalism everything loses its inherent value and becomes a vehicle to profit-maximisation. Richard Murphy is a Visiting Professor of Practice in International Political Economy, City University of London. He campaigns on issues of tax [...]
An interesting take on an international corporate tax system Dean Baker is a Senior Economist at the Center for Economic and Policy Research (CEPR) Cross-posted from the CEPR Blog President Biden has indicated that he [...]
Intellectual framing of free markets and limited government appeals strongly to the rich, incumbent businesses, and those inclined to populist resentment – and not so much to anybody else Brink Lindsey is a vice president [...]
According to Mujica, this pandemic has brought out the worst side of humanity by accentuating the selfishness of rich countries and laying bare the lack of solidarity between people. He says that the middle classes, [...]
Neoliberalism is dying, with the radical left and the far-right as only contenders to bring about another system, says Alternative Nobel Prize winner, sociology professor Walden Bello at the recent climate conference on the context [...]
Why China is anathema to the USA Michael Hudson is the author of Killing the Host (published in e-format by CounterPunch Books and in print by Islet). His new book is J is For Junk Economics. Cross-posted [...]
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Economics beyond the Swabian hausfrau
“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.
Richard Murphy - "The Green New Deal and how to pay for it"
on 4 May at 8pm CET
There will be a simultaneous translation into German.