Category: Economics

Jérôme Roos: Why does Greece not simply default?

History has shown that countries that refuse to pay their debts fall harder but recover faster than those that do not. So why does Greece’s left-led government not simply get it over with?

Jack Rasmus: Exit Stage Right (Brexit) and Left (Grexit)

The Troika will not let go, and will continue to squeeze Greece until it returns its economy back to the austerity driven depression condition it was in before the January 2015 elections and Syriza’s assuming the government

Christian Parenti: The State, Humanity as Part of Nature and the Malleability of Capitalism

Interview on the state, nature, climate change, Marxism, capitalism, regulation, activism and the future

Vincent Navarro: How Should Economics be Taught?

Podemos and the Economic Future of Spain

Deborah James: ‘Expose U.S. hypocrisy in WTO talks’

Interview on the ongoing fight in the WTO around the question of food security

Yanis Varoufakis: A Blueprint for Greece’s Recovery

Brussels Keynote, May 7, 2015

Paul Street: A Racially Blind Night in the Life of the “P”BS Newshour

It might seem bizarre to see race and racism omitted from discussions of urban poverty and the New Jim Crow criminal justice system on the supposedly liberal “public” broadcasting network

Michael Albert: Interrogating Participatory Economics

An in-depth interview on participatory economics

Alex Doherty: Super Sad Neoliberal Self

A review of Super Sad True Love Story by Gary Shteyngart

Jack Rasmus: US Economy Collapses Again—4th Time in 4 years

Data released last week by the US government showed the US economy came to a near halt in the first three months of 201

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