1,000 flights by private jet into and out of Switzerland for the five-day Davos event. Then there will be serious discussions about reducing CO2 emissions. There the rich will talk about redistribution of wealth, then […]
Climate change is a major finacial risk. Central banks acknowledge that. Why are they not doing anything about it? By Rob Macquarie, who leads Positive Money’s research on climate policy and the monetary system. Cross-posted […]
This is a university lecture, but should you have time, there is a lot to learn here, even if you are a beginner.
“This era of capitalism is already a dead parrot.” Thus ends the article. All before it is just as straightforward – and that in a newspaper that is not lefitst! Read here
What has gone wrong? Why is prosperity stagnating in much of the world? Gepff Tily expleins why. Geoff Tily is a Senior Economist at the Trades Union Congress Cross-posted from Prime Economics Image with acknowledgment […]
What do people spend their money on? This article provides insights concerning the spending habits of the British, breaking this down into income and age groups. The results are telling. Stephen Clarke is a Research […]
Every once in a while, an idea surfaces that catches the imagination of the public: academics, policy wonks, economists, entrepreneurs and even some governments. Universal Basic Income (UBI) is one of those ideas. Read here […]
Leave the dogma behind, and the numbers tell a different story about privatisation: It is not cheaper, better, or more efficient. Read here