Advertisers still often hit consumers with gender stereotypes. And so they often miss—at their own business expense.
Social Europe articles on the economy
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Discussion of the EU budget brings strife between supposed net contributors and beneficiaries. Yet the picture is more complex and Europe-wide taxation offers a way out.
What can an elected left-wing European government do when faced with imposed austerity? Redefining austerity can bring a turnaround.
The Great Recession, as with the Great Depression, is proving to be a structural crisis, which only a Euro-Keynesian programme of public investment can tackle.
Why has modern monetary theory come out of the academy? Because it helps model the current economic predicament and how to get out of it.
The failure to provide for risk-sharing in the eurozone architecture has sustained chronic mistrust, reflected in sovereign spreads.
A paper from the German economy minister on a national industrial policy has gone down like a lead balloon. Peter Bofinger argues it needs to be reflated—and coloured green—at a European level.
There is a clear case for making gender equality a more visible part of the EU budgetary process.
An outgoing green MEP reflects on a decade of working for tax justice in the European Parliament and the challenges for her successors.
What makes the 21st century city the harbinger of a postcapitalist world is that for the first time in modern history the network can transcend the market.
To manage the latest wave of automation, we must have ends that are more compelling than merely wanting more products and services.
Wouldn’t it be nice if there were a website collating the sources of data on inequality across the European Union and exploring evidence-based policy prescriptions? Now there is.