Capitalism has put enormous strain on ecological interdependence, bringing us closer to tipping points where the earth’s resilience becomes exhausted and intensifying feedback loops precipitate more and more interrelated crises. Jason Hickel is an anthropologist […]
Britain in not worse than the EU – just ahead of it. So have a look into your future. Richard Murphy is a Visiting Professor of Practice in International Political Economy, City University of London. […]
How has the Covid crisis increased inequality?
As the US election nears, we shall try to present some pieces analysing this event for a European perspective. Branko Milanović is an economist specialised in development and inequality. His newest book is “Capitalism, Alone: […]
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 […]
Daniel Markovits has written in “The Meritocracy Trap” such a frontal assault on the meritocratic system that undergirds and sustains today’s US society that, were the book on a similarly self-sustaining ideological rationale written in […]
The IMF may talk the talk, but it has never walked the walk Carlo Clericetti is an Italian journalist. In the past he has directed “Affari & Finanza”, a weekly supplement published by “La Repubblica”, […]
Fascism is the absolute reign of neo-liberalism. Richard D. Wolff is professor of economics emeritus at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and a visiting professor in the Graduate Program in International Affairs of the New […]
Following the covid crisis comes the financial crisis.
While even many progressive economists were effusive about the advances being made in IMF policy the same neo-liberal destruction continues in practice. Read here