Branko Milanović has written a few articles recently cocerning the contradictions between a persons creativity and personal life. Initially sceptical, we did not cross-post these. In the meantime we agree he does have a point. [...]
Whilst shifts in fiscal policy, as well as their timing, will influence the direction of real GDP growth, the degree of change will be significantly impacted by the size of the fiscal multiplier. This, of [...]
This is one of many steps we shall need to take to create an economy that supports our planet and its inhabitants – much more important than banning plastic straws. Richard Murphy is Professor of [...]
Class struggle and the K-cycle. Interesting reading Michael Roberts is an Economist in the City of London and prolific blogger Cross-posted from Michael Roberts Blog Jorg Nowak, a fellow at the University of Nottingham, UK [...]
Whatever the Bank of Spain, among others, says, the reality is that the wage increase has not only not led to an increase in layoffs, but also creates jobs without generating inflation. Juan Laborda teaches [...]
“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.
19 June: Sergio Cesaratto "Italy and the European monetary union: a tale of two wrongs"
7pm, Kopenhagener Straße 9, 10437 Berlin
Donation 4 Euros, Students and Concessions 2 Euros
Book review Mathew D. Rose About a year ago a few academics declared that one could not discuss neo-liberalism because it could not be defined. This seemed rather odd, seeing that the most important literature [...]