The Turkish government feels it is critical to send the message to women across the Middle East that if they rise up for their rights, let alone rise up in arms, the likely result is that they will be maimed and killed, and none of the major powers will raise an objection.
Why was austerity popular? “Many people would argue that the macroeconomic case for fiscal stimulus was complex, while simple analogies between governments and households were easier to grasp. However I have also argued that the […]
“This is the final part of my three-part series on the why I have confidence in the primacy of fiscal policy over monetary policy and eschew any proposals, by other Modern Monetary Theory (MMT) advocates […]
The collapse of Carillion, one of the UK’s largest leading construction and service companies, has resulted in important analyses concerning transferring public services to private companies. One of its directors claimed that putting money into […]