Now that Modern Monetary Theory has finally left the defamatroy voodoo and charlatan economics corner there is finally a constructive critical discussion concerning its approach.
Many Western organisations urgently need reviving, especially in the face of rising global authoritarianism, the weaponisation of human rights, a failing legacy media and the unintended effects of sanctions. Host, Ross Ashcroft, caught up with […]
For the predatory capitalist, precarious employment is profitable. But what if this subjugation and short-termism has had its time? As younger generations of workers increasingly see the benefits of a trade union, is the tide […]
In the second episode of Scribbled we welcome back to the podcast Dr. Andrea Lorenzo Capussela (London School of Economics). We discuss how civic engagement may improve the political economic equilibrium of Italy and how […]