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”.
“Cruise ships bring a hit and run tourism that actually brings little benefit to Venice” Read here
Kenan Malik provides a razor sharp analysis of EU refugee and migrant policy. The title is however absurd – and may not be from him, but from one of the Guardian’s loftily liberal editors. To […]
The EU wants to save our climate with supposedly green biofuels and has deemed palm oil “sustainable”. Yet on the other side of the globe, rainforests are being clear-cut to produce the 1.9 million tons […]