“The transition to post-capitalism requires a change in production and distribution based on wage labour, which will result in fundamental restriction of the role of markets.” John Weeks is Professor Emeritus, School of Oriental & [...]
The discontent that Robin McAlpine describes in his article is probably valid in most any EU nation. A great article. Common Space is a website well worth visiting (here). One of the best political websites [...]
Capitalism is celebrated by the liberals as a success story. But, since the liberals came to power, capitalism has lost an enormous amount of its allure. There is no right policy when the thinking behind [...]
We are making progress. Whereas the Green New Deal up to now has been discussed in principle, Colin Hines starts working on details. Although he is focussed on his own nation, Britain, this will help [...]
“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.
In October/November we shall start a new series of talks under the motto "Putting Politics Back into Political Economy".
Talks are being held by:
23 October: "Wall Street will not save the planet from climate crisis" Only you can Costis Hadjimichalis
29 October:"Why uneven geographical development lies behind the recent European crisis" Grace Blakeley
12 November: "Financialisation and the climate emergency" Jason Hickel
Date not set: "Climate Breakdown and the Degrowth Imperative" Nick Shaxson
Date not set: “The Finance Curse - 20 reasons to shrink your local financial centre”
Book review by Mathew D. Rose Polity describes its series “The Case for” as “making the case for the radical, positive policies that we need to tackle these big problems – a dysfunctional economy, wealth [...]