The Dig: Daniela Gabor and Ndongo Samba Sylla on how financial power has shaped the global economic order from colonialism through Bretton Woods, the Washington Consensus, and today’s Wall Street Consensus.
In the confusion surrounding Brexit, Costas Lapavitsas – who is pro-Brexit – does a brilliant job of explaining the current situation and analysing the political conflict, and that relatively objectively. The irony: it takes a […]
In this fifth and final lecture in the Institute for New Economic Thinking’s “Feminist Economics” series, Professor Jayati Ghosh explores some of the shortcomings of mainstream economics. Heavily reliant on unrealistic assumptions and stylized models, […]