Eurobonds are needed to anchor macroeconomic stability and offer a safe path out of the coronavirus storm.
Columns & Interviews
by Ayoze Alfageme on
By Einstein’s purported definition, madness would be repeating the errors of the eurozone crisis and expecting a different outcome—eurobonds would break with that.
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.
The crisis has highlighted the vulnerability of those outside conventional employment. A broader concept of ‘worker’ is needed to protect them equally.
by Phoebe Moore on
As AI enters the workplace, we need to reflect upon the criteria by which human work is evaluated and human subjectivity depicted.
by Florian Butollo on
Continuing our series on artificial intelligence, AI can augment human work—if workers’ representatives have a voice in implementing it.
If the European project is to survive it requires a plan on the scale of Roosevelt’s New Deal.
by Ludovic Voet on
The same socially oriented approach must be taken to defeat the coronavirus and, over the longer run, stop climate catastrophe.
by Paul Mason on
Paul Mason explains how Boris Johnson’s idiosyncratic initial response to the coronavirus stemmed from his particularistic empire nostalgia.