That we are ignoring an impending ecological disaster does not necessitate much intellect. That the use of GDP is contributing to this process is also no secret. As Jason Hickel points out, both have to be addressed.
The results of the member-wide ballot on the new offer by university administrations is expected around 12 April, which will determine whether 14 days of strike action planned to commence later in April will proceed. […]
This is a book review by Adam Tooze of Globalists: The End of Empire and the Birth of Neoliberalism by Quinn Slobodian. A good historical outline of neo-liberalism. Read here Pascal Lamy, former director-general of […]
The coronavirus shock has shaken the world’s stock markets, imposing the need for massive state bailouts. But the measures to deal with the crisis risk spurring an authoritarian controlled capitalism — one that protects corporate […]