In this interview Yanis Varoufakis discusses Bitcoin’s bubble, the fantasy of apolitical money and the opportunities for the blockchain to reform Europe. Read here
In this typically lengthy article Mitchell reviews how and why Germany is imposing its economic policy upon Europe. Read here
Wren-Lewis explains why the policies of Britian’s labour Party are not lunacy, but sound economics – for some policies of which he carries a share of responsibilty. Read here
How do you analyse the current political and economic disaster in the Untied States in 6:21 without saying a word? Reich shows how.
Mark Blyth rubbishes the title of his lecture. People vote for what they want and he explains why they want what we have: Trump, Brexit, Duterte, but also Corbyn and Podemos.
Marking the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther’s challenge to the established church, the New Weather Institute and campaign group Rethinking Economics, with input from a wide range of economists, academics and concerned citizens, are challenging the […]
Daniela Gabor explains Shadow Money. Daniela Gabor is Professor of Economics and Macro-Finance at the University of the West of England, Bristol Cross-posted from Critical Macro Finance Last month, I participated in an excellent […]
In 2013 Thomas Herndon shot to fame when he found major errors in a widely cited academic paper by Carmen Reinhart and Kenneth Rogoff which had been used to justify austerity policies in Europe and […]