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It never ceases to amaze us how academics and pundits cannot be effusive enough about radical changes in IMF policy – well at least the policy papers it publishes. Looking at Ecuador and Nigeria, in […]
The world’s multinational corporations would have you believe that their accounts provide a true and fair view of the transactions that they undertake, but this is in very many ways very far from the truth. […]
Intellectual property like pharmaceutical patents is part of the story why so many people face a long wait for COVID-19 vaccines says Dean Baker discussing the high cost of policy choices that make the rich […]
Crashes are often predicted, but the reasons behind these predictions can be interesting as in this article by Richard Murphy Richard Murphy is a Visiting Professor of Practice in International Political Economy, City University of […]
Economic growth? “No. But it’s not about size, it’s about quality.” Andrew Simms is an author, analyst and campaigner and is a member of the New Weather Institute Cross-posted from the website of the New […]
Although most have not grasped it yet, inequality is probably the greatest threat to our society and via climate change to our world. Dean Baker is a Senior Economist at the Center for Economic and […]
A perverse effect of conventional quantitative easing (QE) has been soaring asset prices, particularly property. Some of that hype could be intermediated by the state – for the public good. Andrew Purves runs a furniture […]