How individuals can change the world, despite all rumours to the contrary Julia Steinberger is Professor of Ecological Economics at the University of Lausanne Cross-posted from Julia’s Blog Guillermo Fernandez on the Bern Bundesplatz, surrounded [...]
This is a very poignant piece, as we consider Jonathan one of those few journalists with credibility. We are seeing many such websites closing down. One does not launch these websites to end up begging [...]
Marx’s law of profitability in the economic discussion Michael Roberts is an Economist in the City of London and a prolific blogger Cross-posted from Michael’s Blog Photo: International Institute of Social History in Amsterdam, Netherlands [...]
The perspective being offered by Degrowth in the Southern Hemisphere Barbara Magalhães Teixeira is currently a PhD candidate in Political Science at Lund University, Sweden Cross-posted from Degrowth.de unsplash.com/photos/2714ww65eqQ What is the potential role of [...]
This is a further article concerning Isabella Weber’s article concerning price controls. Romaric Godin joined Mediapart in May 2017, where he writes about macroeconomics, particularly French macroeconomics. This article was originally posted on Mediapart (with [...]
This is the second in a series of four blog posts on the climate by STEPS co-director Andy Stirling, under the heading: ‘Controlling a stable planetary climate – or caring for a complex changing Earth?’ [...]
The way attitudes have changed during the pandemic and thephenomenon that is currently being called the ‘Great Resignation’, the remarkable and unprecedented instances of mass resignations from (mostly) low-skill employment right across the economy. Robin [...]
Public finance has a key role to play in agriculture. Instead of propping up corporate interests, it should learn from local producers Lorena Cotza is the communications lead at the Coalition for Human Rights in [...]
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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. Due to current developments we are now emphasising climate change, once again with some of the leading experts in this field.These talks are presented by BRAVE NEW EUROPE, the Helle Panke Foundation, and with the friendly support of the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation.
Thursday, 27 January 8 p.m. CET
"Why Mainstream Policy Makers and Climate Emergency Movements are Unprepared for the Coming Struggle Over the Unequal Size and Character of Material Footprints."
Zoomcast in English with a simultaneous translation into German.
Book Review by Dirk Bezemer Steve Keen did it again. This Manifesto is a lucid deconstruction of fallacies in neoclassical economics, a reflection on its puzzling persistence, a passionate plea for another kind of economics, [...]