These ” Thoughts on the UCU pensions strike from staff-student workers” marks the beginning of the fourth week of the University Strike in Britain. We at BRAVE NEW EUROPE see this strike as an extremely […]
Populism has come to mean everything that politically questions the neo-liberal status quo – be it from the left or right. Although the article appears a bit academic at the beginning, it picks up and […]
American Samoa, Guam, Namibia, Palau, Samoa and Trinidad and Tobago. What do these nations have in common besides that you probably do not know where they are on the map? They will probably be the […]
Macrons neo-liberal policy becomes clearer. And this is the man who is supposed to reform Europe and make it more responsible to its citizens? How then? Read here
Many nations within the euro-zone are in chronic economic crisis, which has resulted in a permanent political crisis in the EU. Jörg Bibow and Heiner Flassbeck see Germany’s economic policy and neo-liberal ideology as the […]
I cover “the usual” in my talk itself: the empirical data that screams that credit plays an essential role in macroeconomics, the a priori reasons that mainstream economists ignore it, why this is logically wrong […]
Bill Mitchell explores among other topics the neoliberal dominance of the political process and the resulting shifts in economic policies.
The strange economics of the university strikes. It will increase short-term profits at the universities: less pay for staff, no refunds for students Read here