There is a fascinating discussion going on among economists concerning “renterisation”. Sounds complicated, but is simple to understand. In this article,which is perfect for beginners (non-economists), Michael Roberts takes a closer look at the topic […]
Some of the candidates put forward to become the new European Commissioners are of concern due to potential conflicts of interest – from share ownership in fossil fuels and finance to overly close relationships with […]
The holiday provider’s collapse highlights corporate governance and regulatory failures while the gravy train for directors continued. Read here
The IPPC special report on oceans and the cryosphere shows that the climate crisis is attacking our oceans. For the UK to achieve Net Zero carbon emissions by 2050, restoring the oceans should be a clear […]
Britain’s about to become the neighbour from hell, post-Brexit: how can the EU defend citizens from the race to the bottom?
Common Weal Director Robin McAlpine argues that elites have manipulated language in such a way as to obliterate critique of their own political power and control Robin McAlpine is the director of the Scottish think […]
Guy Standing argues that we need a progressive charter to recover and revive our commons – including natural resources and social amenities – that are currently being privatised and exploited for commercial incursions. Guy Standing […]
The Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics will be 50 years old next month. One thing unites all its winners, bar one: they have all been male. Read here