Review of Christopher J. Bickerton and Carlo Invernizzi Accetti (2021), Technopopulism: The New Logic of Democratic Politics, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Robin McAlpine: From Yes Bikers to Yes Bankers – Why the Growth Commission gets its strategy terribly wrong
This is truly thought provoking article. It may be about Scotland and independence, but the general political analysis has so many interesting and useful aspects that it worth reading – and the article is no […]
This is not about Anglo-Saxon economists telling Germany what to do. There are plenty of German economists who also see that the German debt brake makes no sense, and anyway economics is universal. The debt […]
DeSmog UK: Bulgarian Coal-Fired Power Plant May be Under-Reporting Its Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Investigation Finds
A popular way of reducing CO2 emissions in the endemically corrupt EU. A major power plant has avoided paying around €30 million under Europe’s Emissions Trading System by reporting less pollution than is likely. Read […]