The master-economist must possess a rare combination of gifts … He must be mathematician, historian, statesman, philosopher—in some degree.
Luigi Zingales : The Italian president’s decision to reject an elected government makes neither economic nor political sense.
In the 20th century, when electoral results did not please the established elite and its international allies, tanks rolled down the street. In the 21st century, the reaction is less bloody, but no less intrusive. […]
From The Guardian There are four major economic sectors: the market, the state, the household and the commons. The neglect of the last two by both neoliberals and social democrats has created many of the […]
“There is an almost daily and active rewriting of history to which many people from Eastern Europe participate: some because they do have such memories, some because they force themselves (often successfully) to believe that […]