Crises are endemic to capitalism and are now generalised throughout the world. Michael Roberts is an Economist in the City of London and a prolific blogger. Cross-posted from Michael Roberts’ blog José Tapia has a new book […]
A survey of global economic and political dynamics. George Kerevan is a Scottish journalist and economist, and a former SNP MP. Cross-posted from Conter 2024 opens with global financial markets feeling the jitters over an […]
Socialism will only offer a complete alternative to capitalism if enterprises are worker-run. Richard D. Wolff is professor of economics emeritus at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and a visiting professor in the Graduate Program […]
Few are aware that OpenAI was originally built as a non-profit, aiming to openly collaborate with others in the development of AI. Peter Bloom is Professor of Management at the University of Essex. Cross-posted from […]
Has the left given up on usurping capitalism? In ‘Unherd’. Read the article HERE.
The BRICS are challenging US hegemony over the global economy, but they are not challenging capitalism. Richard D. Wolff is professor of economics emeritus at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and a visiting professor in […]
Durand writes in Sidecar about the meaning of the latest crisis of global finance. Read the article HERE.
Letting big banks go to the wall is not on the agenda of states today, but saving them prevents the ‘creative destruction’ capitalism needs to renew itself. Michael Roberts is an Economist in the City of […]
In Part 2 of Michael Roberts’ look at the Eastern Economics Association conference, he examines papers on long wave theory, the use of Indian colonial expropriation to restore the rate of profit in the British […]