Economists like to think they’re immune from ideological influence. New research shows otherwise.
Mohsen Javdani & Ha-Joon Chang
“The class war,” said Keynes, “will find me on the side of the educated bourgeoisie.”
Marginal productivity is a thought virus that is sabotaging the scientific study of income.
Team Human and the Commons Economy
Taking the free out of free markets is making a mockery of democracy.
A Nobel Economist’s Model Dismantled
Where value meets profit meets economic rent.
The godfather of neoclassical economics ignored the market forces of discrimination and slavery.
What matters is not so much the level of inequality as the effect it has.
Evidence that innovation and growth isn’t based on economic self-interest.
If you’re looking to save the planet and deliver inclusive prosperity, it’s crazy to rely on deficit spending alone.
Deregulated banking in rich countries delivers more “investment” in speculative asset markets, not productive businesses.
What Economists can Learn from Girls Rock Camp.
What if we just paid women for the work they already do?
If we want to change the economics profession, we need to start changing the world.
J. W. Mason
Small may not necessarily be beautiful, but there are scientific reasons that big is often bad.
Jonathan Tepper, Denise Hearn
Buybacks are a massive tax dodge for shareholders
Clean Slate proclamations were part of the community’s self-preservation.
Answering the four big objections from critics of UBI
The replacement of drivers will be one of the most dramatic, visible battlegrounds between automation and the human worker.
Analyzing power beyond the narrow concept of ‘market power’ is essential.
Debunking the failed paradigm of traditional economics.
Challenging outdated economics with rap and puppetry.
When corporate raiders coopted “shareholder democracy” for their own ends.
Evolutionary theory meets artificial intelligence and the management of algorithms.
The economy is not a zero-sum game: why Scandinavia is a better place to fulfill the American dream.
Understanding what we mean by the most important word in economics.
Once the system can discriminate on a multitude of data points, the commons collapses.
A conversation about the Business for Peace Award with Per Saxegaard.
Per L. Saxegaard