Seven Ways to Think Like a 21st-Century Economist

By Kate RaworthHow would you explain 21st century economics in just a minute? I’ve had the privilege of working with some of the world’s best stop-motion animators to bring new economic thinking to life on screen. Please feel free to show them in the classroom, in workshops, in public talks, and to share them widely on social media. And if …

To Address Inequality, Let’s Take on Monopolies: When a few firms dominate the market, they have the power to charge consumers more and pay workers less.

By Barry Lynn and Kevin Carty, Sept 2017 from Open Markets Most Americans know that our country has become extremely unequal. They may not know that the richest 0.1% of Americans own as much wealth as the bottom 90%, or that the richest one percent took more than half of all income growth since 1979. But they know that the rich benefit more and …

Beyond denialism: neoliberalism, climate change and the left

By Philip Mirowski, Jeremy Walker and Antoinette Abboud on neoliberalism, climate change and the Left August 2017 We live in a winter of disconnect. As the permafrost melts and global warming accelerates, bringing us to the cusp of catastrophic environmental changes, governments and corporations continue their campaign of denial. Ian Plimer’s latest book, launched by John Howard at the Sydney Mining …