Austerity continues unabated in Britain and the EU. Behind a conflict that obsesses corporate media lies a basic consensus: neo-liberalism John Weeks is Professor Emeritus at SOAS, University of London, and associate of Prime Economics […]
John Weeks explains why one does not need an economist to understand economics, why austerity in Britain was and is unnecessary, the importance of gilts in a society, and lots more.
This is a long piece, but we felt it was worthy of being posted in its entirety. John Weeks is Professor Emeritus at SOAS, University of London, and associate of Prime Economics On 5th January 2018, […]
John Weeks is Professor Emeritus of Economics, SOAS University of London, & editor for Progressive Economist Group. Cross-posted from Prime Economics What Crisis? For the last several years the media have carried reports […]
When the right-wing Wall Street Journal, the stolidly respectable Financial Times and centre-left Guardian all refer to “populist” parties the question of definition looms large. John Weeks is Professor Emeritus, School of Oriental & African […]
John Weeks criticises the economic policy of the EU, which has been harmful for millions of its citizens, as well as the democratic deficiencies in the EU institutions responsible for this development. John Weeks is […]