In the second of a two part interview, Will Davies discusses the innovations of the Chicago School and the question of how we might begin to move beyond neoliberalism.
In the first of a two part interview, Will Davies discusses his book ‘The Limits of Neoliberalism’.
A report and analysis of Demand the Impossible, a summer school on radical politics and activism for working class young Londoners.
Common assumptions about the neoliberal period are inconsistent with the evidence and risk derailing potential socialist transformation.
For many who came of age in the 1960s and 1970s, Tony Benn represented the future, a world in which technology was harnessed to public good, rather than private gain.
Far from being a product of capitalist stagnation, the 2008 financial crisis capped off one of the most dynamic eras for capital in American history.
Housing co-operatives provide a democratic and collective alternative to current market-led approaches to housing
How can democratic house-building initiatives help us combat the destructive effects of 'austerity urbanism'?
It is widely believed that the 2008 recession was primarily a financial crisis. But if this were true, the economy would have recovered by now.
Wilde's was an individualism of self-realisation and self-development, far removed from today's anti-statism.