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Economic growth and resilience, Faculty

Image: 'Homeless by a Wall', by Garry Knight

The case against free-market capitalism

Free-market capitalism is on trial. In the United Kingdom, Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn accuses neoliberalism of increasing homelessness, throwing children into poverty, and causing wages to fall below subsistence level. For the defence, Conservative Prime Minister Theresa May cites the immense potential of an open, innovative, free-market economy. Similar “proceedings” are taking place […]

by × 12 October 2017 ×

Economic growth and resilience, Faculty

Supporters of Donald Trump at a campaign rally at the Prescott Valley Event Center in Prescott Valley, Arizona. Image credit: Gage Skidmore

A practical agenda for revolutionary times

As the world’s financial leaders gather for the International Monetary Fund and World Bank spring meetings, many working people around the world are demanding radical change, because they sense that their voices are not being heard. Those who are supposed to represent them should not ignore this anger and frustration […]

by × 21 April 2017 ×

Economic growth and resilience, Guest contributor

The case for political reform in Europe

The case for political reform in Europe

The recent economic crisis has revealed, amongst other things, that certain political systems in southern Europe seriously struggle to deliver good governance. Political elites in Italy, Greece, Portugal and Spain have not only proven incapable of delivering prosperity to their people but have presided over (and in some cases profited […]

by × 12 September 2013 ×