Bill Mitchell/Warren Mosler provide a great primer on Modern Monetary Theory, and a reminder of 25 years of thinking/observation that’s gone into what’s become a precise body of work.
Imagine an Uber run co-operatively by their drivers, collectively controlling their futures, agreeing their own pay and conditions, with profits shared or re-invested. Why this proposal is viable. Read here
The gap between the very rich and the rest is wider in Britain than in any other large country in Europe, and society is the most unequal it has been since shortly after the First […]
Between the Anglo-American political horror shows of 2020 and the raging pandemic, something much less theatrical drifted centre stage to play a more than usually important role: interest rates. Read here