Starts at Minute 1 The talk discussed the evolution in global inequality over the past thirty years. It will focus on the most recent 2008-2018 estimates of global income distribution and will draw political implications […]
It’s always good to see the Greek left thinking about how to cohere a radical alternative to Syriza. Posted in Jacobin. Read the article HERE.
In a new podcast, every fortnight economies Radhika Desai and Michael Hudson will discuss major developments in the fast-changing world of geopolitical economy. In this first podcast, they introduce the themes they will discuss and […]
The Health and Social Care Act of 2010 – privatisation by stealth – has been a slow-burn disaster for Britain’s National Health Service Danny Dorling is Professor of Human Geography at the University of Oxford […]
The ECB asked for 20,000 euros from DiEM25 in legal fees because it dared to demand information that should be available to anyone. This smacks of intimidation. Read Here
Debunking the usual government lie of “We can’t afford this”. Interest rates were attached to Quantitative Easing, so that banks get interest on money created by the BoE, in which they have done nothing to […]
An excellently explained piece explaining why economics is about political priorities as well as human and physical resource limits. Chris Dillow is an economics writer at Investors Chronicle. He blogs at Stumbling and Mumbling, and […]
Despite the claims and heralding that the IMF was becoming an enlightened institution, nothing has changed. Its practice of death and destruction is alive and well in Washington D.C. (where else?) Read Here