Some of you may have noticed that for months now we rarely post anything concerning Brexit – pro or con. The reason was that rarely did any new arguments appear. Regardless of Brexit, James Hodgson’s […]
Nuno Mendes, a 40-year-old Portuguese worker lives on six-month contracts. He earns 1,200 euros a month. Banks won’t give him a mortgage. “Everything in my life is on hold — starting a family, making long-term […]
Although the article is about the current economic situation in Australia, it is applicable to the EU. Read here
In Spain a balanced budget, together with the combination of a fiscal surplus and current account deficit, would lead to a recession similar to that of 2008. This is supported by today’s PMI reading Juan […]
The writing is on the wall. The neo-liberal strategy of the monopolists is clear. Richard Murphy analyses this, and its consequences, brilliantly. Richard Murphy is Professor of Practice in International Political Economy, City University of […]
“If one ever needed reminding of the colony status of the once magnificent Greek nation you just have to consider that statement. The EU institutions consider it appropriate that democratically-elected governments in the EMU should […]
The talk by Sergio Cesaratto on 19 June in Berlin in our series “Economics beyond the Swabian hausfrau” presented by OXI Blog (which makes these films possible), Netzwerk Plurale Ökonomik, and BRAVE NEW EUROPE.
Ignore the beginning of Marshall Auerback’s article. Berlusconi currently has no real influence upon policy in Italy. This is solely an idea of the government coalition. Lars P. Syll is an economist at the Faculty […]