In Part 1, I introduced the discussion about the use of industry policies in the Keynesian period after World War 2. Most nations adopted a mixed planning-market based system for allocating productive resources and the state was always central in setting out planning parameters, direct ownership and employment, and regulation. It was a system that researchers described as being “highly successful”.
Another one bites the dust. The corporate media cannot get enough of new heroes, who will save Europe´s doomed neo-liberal system. Who is going to replace Macron? Maybe there is a up and coming politician […]
The US is one of the prime tax havens in the world. Tax dodging however has priority in neo-liberalism and the EU supports this. Thus there is little chance of anything changing. Read here
Data centres eat up more than 2 percent of the world’s electricity and emit roughly as much CO2 as the airline industry. This is a fact that is conveniently being ignored. Read here