Helicopter Money has landed. Apparently Singapore and Macau are following suit. Read here
Dirty deeds done cheap. Mangulina Jan Fichtner, University of Amsterdam; Eelke Heemskerk, University of Amsterdam, and Johannes Petry, University of Warwick A silent revolution is happening in investing. It is a paradigm shift that will […]
A short, but very well explained and illustrated film concerning the three big passive asset managers.
Michael Roberts getting us off to a rambunctious start to the week with an analysis of where things are going economically. Michael Roberts is an Economist in the City of London and prolific blogger Cross-posted […]
The only stabilizing that a capitalist market economy needed, Friedman said, was of the price level. Provided that inflation was controlled by independent central banks and government budgets were kept “balanced,” economies would normally be […]
Following a recent event at LSE, Thomas Piketty took questions from LSE staff, students and members of the public on inequality and his latest book, Capital and Ideology. Thomas Piketty is Professor at EHESS and at […]
Has the German Statistics Office purchased new software from the diesel software department of Volkswagen? Heiner Flassbeck is an economist, as well as publisher and editor of “flassbeck economics international” Friederike Spiecker is an economist […]
Please also see Michael Roberts – Japan: Abenomics revisited Read here Tokyo, Japan. Photo by Francisco Diez. CC BY 2.0 via Wikimedia Commons.
The economist talks to Andrés Lomeña about power relations, feminism and what an economics designed by young people would look like. Grace Blakeley is a British economics commentator and author. Cross-posted from Open Democracy Millennials […]