While in the UK economists seem to be losing it completely in the discussion around Modern Monetary Theory (which is why we do not cross-post most of it) and the rest of the continent is completely oblivious, there appears to be a somewhat more civilised discussion in the USA. Here James Galbraith´s take on the issue.
Momentum IS what is transforming the Labour party in Britain. While other social democratic parties in Europe are heading for oblivion, Labour appears to be heading to govern the nation. Momentum is a grass roots […]
Why nationalists can appear nationalistic and anti-EU , but still be solid neo-liberals. This somewhat lengthy paper analyses what the rightist populist political parties beyond their rhetoric really stand for. Read here
Bill Mitchell covers three topics rather succinctly in this blog: Democratic deficit in the EU, Greece and its newest catastrophic deal with Germany/EU, and the surprise Democrat primary results in New York yesterday. Read here