Economists like to say they’re immune from ideological influence. Our research shows the opposite. Mohsen Javdani is Associate Professor of Economics at University of British Columbia – Okanagan Campus Ha-Joon Chang is Professor at University […]
Since we stopped linking to the Guardian, there is no one we have missed more than Larry Elliot. He is one of the best informed critics of the EU.
Although am employer with very dubious practices, apparently even that was not enough to ensure a profit. Read here
Nothing has changed at the top of banking globally: big salaries, bonuses, pensions for the top executives, in return for overseeing tax scams, fraud and corruption. Michael Roberts is an Economist in the City of […]
The dissonance in mainstream economics and the political debate about policy settings is getting deeper and more public. Read here
In this second part of his book review Branko Milanović encounters a book with some progressive elements, but equally conservative solutions for a reformed capitalism. Sounds like another Oxford University Keynesian patrician. Branko Milanović is […]
It appears that Spain’s politics is determined by vested interests of the 1%, and in a moment of crisis, unfortunately once again led by the Social Democrats. Juan Laborda teaches Financial Economics at the University […]
Great job EU! After years of discussion, Uber simply side-steps EU laws. How was this possible? Read here