The most frightening thing is not the UK government’s end-game strategy, Paul Mason writes. It’s that there isn’t one.
by Peter Bofinger on
Peter Bofinger argues the incoming president must abjure the mercantilist language of his predecessor in favour of a progressive response to globalisation.
by Vera Weghmann on
The circular economy holds out the hope of living within the planet’s resources. Turning aspiration into action is another matter.
Why would affluent northern-European taxpayers want to pour money into an Italian economy that is a basket-case? Except it isn’t.
by Mariana Mazzucato on
After the 2008 financial crisis, we learned the hard way what happens when governments flood the economy with unconditional liquidity, rather than laying the foundation for a sustainable and inclusive recovery.
by Karin Pettersson on
Karin Pettersson writes that the pandemic has highlighted the frailties of a short-sighted and hyper-individualistic social system.