How to tell the difference between liberalism and something else. To the article
From The Guardian The word Neoliberalism has become a rhetorical weapon, but it properly names the reigning ideology of our era – one that venerates the logic of the market and strips away the things […]
John Weeks criticises the economic policy of the EU, which has been harmful for millions of its citizens, as well as the democratic deficiencies in the EU institutions responsible for this development. John Weeks is […]
The authors examine the secret agenda behind austerity in Britain and the horrendous consequences it is having for much of the populace, especially for the vulnerable. Vickie Cooper is Lecturer in Social Policy and Criminology […]
Book Review by David Shirreff Ann Pettifor has good credentials: she was one of the few economists to spot the coming credit bubble in the developed world before 2007. Most colleagues had thought the financial […]
Shireff has taken a long look at what has become of the much heralded banking reforms in the aftermath of the recent financial crisis and found them indigent. Don’t Start From Here “To inspire confidence, […]
14 July 2016 – RSA Animate. Chang explains why economics is 95% common sense.
An article written directly after the Brexit referendum. Mathew D. Rose is an Investigative Journalist specialised in Organised Political Crime and an editor of BRAVE NEW EUROPE. The vote for Brexit is the best thing […]