Beginning with education, this morphs into an article about the Big Four Accountancies, especially Ernst & Young. As always with Mitchell, well worth reading. Read here
A good report concerning feminist economics. Listen here
A brilliant piece that demonstrates that the Swabian Hausfrau may be very efficent for the household, but has nothing to do with national finances. Read here
Marx famously wrote that philosophers have interpreted the world in various ways; the point, however, is to change it. He provided powerful analysis and critique, but also wanted to guide political action. This brilliant attempt by […]
John Rapley does an excellent job of presenting the seminal elements of his book Twilight of the Money Gods in a few minutes. See our book review.
Kate Raworth’s lecture begins at 32:45. This is a good introduction to her Doughnut Economics.
‘Networked individuals’ have replaced the industrial working class as the key agent for overhauling capitalism in the digital age. To win power, Labour must represent their values, culture, aspirations and political priorities. Paul Mason is a […]
Richard Murphy explains that taxes do not finance govenment spending, but helps to pay down debts. A government creates it own funds or borrows money when it needs it. The idea that a government cannot […]
The business school only teaches one form of organising – market managerialism. Read here