Some interesting ideas here – also for the EU. God knows why they put in the very last point. Robert Skidelsky is Crossbench peer and Emeritus Professor of Political Economy at Warwick University Will Hutton […]
When the goal of public health is not the well-being of citizens, but the profits of corporations. Dean Baker is a Senior Economist at the Center for Economic and Policy Research (CEPR) Cross-posted from Dean’s […]
Corporate donors desire the kind of neoliberal “normal” that leaves them free to continue making lots more money and ensures the wealth gap grows Jonathan Cook is an award-winning British journalist based in Nazareth, Israel, […]
According to Paolo Gentiloni, the EU’s economics commissioner, “We never counted on a ‘V-shaped’ recovery. Now we know for sure that we will not have one.” Read here
The pandemic and current economic crisis exacerbate economic inequality by disproportionately burdening individuals on the lower part of the income distribution. The ECB’s asset purchases have further fueled this trend. It is time the ECB […]
No, unemployment and lower wages are neither normal nor good news as neo-liberal economists claim Heiner Flassbeck is an economist, as well as publisher and editor of “flassbeck economics international” Cross-posted from Makroskop Translated and edited […]
Savers hate low interest rates. The rest of the economy cannot survive with anything else. This is why I think low interest rates are here to stay.