In Haiti, millions of people are currently starving to death and Cholera is spreading rapidly. Read the article HERE.
When is MIT-style New Keynesianism not just NON Keynesian but ANTI Keynesian? When it recommends (along with sensible macro stabilization) radical, pro-business micropolicy to a country engaged in an existential fight for survival. Read Here
Interest rates are rising like never before, and it’s the world’s poorest who will suffer most. Read the article HERE.
A breakdown of the demographics of Italians’ electoral preferences before Sunday’s election. Read the article HERE.
This one is a week old but the statistics it contains are truly stunning and worth your time. Read the article here.
This is one way of looking at the precarious state of the world. Read here
Book Review by Michael Roberts Adam Tooze has a new book out, Shutdown. Tooze is the liberal left’s current favourite historian. His previous book, The Wages of Destruction, won the Wolfson Prize for History and […]
Rearrangements of the relationship between economic expertise and politics in the Democratic Party in the US, which Tooze puts in context by tracing Paul Krugman’s intellectual trajectory over recent decades. Read here
Professor Mark Blyth and Professor Adam Tooze explore how coronavirus is laying bare the hidden risks embedded within our financial systems and how central banks worldwide are scrambling to paper over those chasms of danger. […]
For decades, monetary policy has been treated as technical, not political. The pandemic has ended that illusion forever. Read here