Tuesday, 30 November , 2021

Keynsianism

America Abandoned Its Economic Prophet. The World Embraced Him | By...

John Kenneth Galbraith was an intellectual celebrity 50 years ago—and it would be a mistake to ignore him today January 15, 2021 U.S. President-elect Joe...

Four types of labor and the epidemic | by Branko Milanovic

March 21, 2020 I wrote in a recently published article in Foreign Affairs that the attention of policy makers and indeed of the public...

Coronavirus crisis: now is the hour of Modern Monetary Theory

by Peter Bofinger on 23rd March 2020 The measures to contain the coronavirus pandemic not only comprise a unique experiment in health policy. They have...

From the Greek revolt to the Battle of England: hopes and...

By Dimitris Konstantakopoulos In a previous article we discussed some of the most critical geopolitical consequences of the outcome of the 12 December British election. In this paper...

Macroeconomics in Germany: The forgotten lesson of Hjalmar Schacht

Despite facing many of the same challenges, Germany’s current macroeconomic policy is substantially different to those of other countries, in part due to the...

A Gap in Marx’s Work or the Ignorance of the Reader?

The metabolic exchange between nature and society in a mode of production based upon value By Elmar Altvater * July 20, 2017 So many accusations have been...

Lenin and Keynes

HISTORICAL EXPERIMENTS Two dissimilar men with different goals can still have a lot in common, writes Prabhat Patnaik At first sight no two persons could have...

E. Germain (Mandel) The Marxist Theory of Imperialism and its Critics

(August 1955) From Two Essays on Imperialism, New York 1966. Note by D.D.P.: In reality Ernest Germain and Ernest Mandel are one person. Germain is one...