How has the Covid crisis increased inequality?
The number of persons employed dropped by 17.6% in March to August 2020 from the same period a year earlier Bars and pubs are substantially affected: turnover decreased by 45.5% over the same period, the […]
The US Department of Labor’s weekly data releases are indicating that as the virus escalates, seemingly out of control, the labour market recovery has all but stalled and a reasonable prediction would be that it […]
How many people have we seen lose their money with speculative investments that do not serve society. Richard Murphy offers an alternative. And do not be intimidated by the term “Hypothecated”. Richard Murphy is a […]
Ecocide and corporations are two sides of the same coin Jonathan Cook is an award-winning British journalist based in Nazareth, Israel, since 2001 Cross-posted from Jonathan’s website To read the tweets in this article in […]
You may be tired of reading about tax havens, but great progress is being made in understanding their structures. Get caught up with Nick Shaxson. Nick Shaxson is an Investigative Journalist on the staff of […]
Contrary to what some may claim, it is the deterioration of public health, as a result of their negligence, that ended up sinking the Spanish economy Juan Laborda teaches Financial Economics at the University of […]
Hungary and Poland have pursued a notably ‘populist’ approach to the economy in recent years, which has begun to spread to other countries in Central and Eastern Europe. Mitchell A. Orenstein and Bojan Bugarič argue […]