European left parties responded to the crisis of social democracy by proposing more radical reforms to be carried out at a transnational level. But the call for “social Europe” ended up serving as a thin veneer for the neoliberal core of European integration. In ‘Jacobin’.
Marking the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther’s challenge to the established church, the New Weather Institute and campaign group Rethinking Economics, with input from a wide range of economists, academics and concerned citizens, are challenging the […]
Contraction over 2 consecutive quarters will complicate ECB’s job to battle inflation. What is worrying about this is the Eurostat, like Germany’s DeStatis, consistently initially publishes positive statistics, which later have to be retracted. This […]
Giant drug companies – ‘Big Pharma’ – have become the ultimate symbol of a broken corporate model. They live off monopolies on medicines discovered many years ago, extending those monopolies by making tiny changes to […]