Syriza lost the last Greek elections after 4 1/2 years in power. What happened to a party that, for a time, represented the European radical left’s hopes? Did it achieve anything in power? Many talk about Tspiras’ “betrayal” – is that the right way to look at it? And what are the wider consequences of this defeat: is time up for this wave of “left populists”?
Over millennia – and certainly since ‘Field of Dreams’ – the idea that if you “build it, they will come…” has prevailed. After Kevin Costner’s massive success, it seems that politicians have been taking his […]
The Cambridge Society for Economic Pluralism hosted Jeffrey Sachs on sustainable development, ecological crises, inequality+Q/A on the weakness of economics in addressing empirics, non-market institutions, technological change, and its own ethical foundations
Grace’s talk in Berlin on November 12 in our series “Economics beyond the Swabian hausfrau”.