Robert Skidelsky, political economist and author of the definitive biography of economist John Maynard Keynes, explains the different ways in which governments have thought about the Budget over history, and explores how Keynes’s ideas can still offer a fresh perspective – and where we have to go beyond Keynes to respond to today’s problems.
In this episode in our Green New Deal series, GISP Research Director Mathew Forstater discuses a proposal to combine ecological tax reform with Functional Finance. Ecological tax reform would use taxes, fines, subsidies, regulations, and […]
Is the world only becoming better and better? How are increases in wealth and life expectancy affected by social inequalities? Why do we hear so little about the global increase in mental illness and its […]
Christian and Patricia talk to author and economist Pavlina Tcherneva about the impact of the coronavirus pandemic and building a more rational and resilient economic system. Listen here