The wealth of the superrich is tied up in complex leverage schemes and esoteric predictions about future earnings, making it much more complex and volatile than most economists recognise.
In the first of a two part interview, Will Davies discusses his book ‘The Limits of Neoliberalism’.
It’s time to move on from the sterile argument that labour has been doing well. Capital is winning, our side is losing, and our task now is to figure out why.
The grubby paw-prints of corporate lobbyists are all over UK public policy. Here are 13 of their worst offences.
Defenders of market liberalism have appealed to technological explanations for growing inequality in the developed world. But the real cause is political.
Beneath the rhetoric of Indonesia's 'tiger cub' economy, the reality is wealth disparity and growing labour unrest.
What exactly is the EU and what would joining it mean for Ukraine?
Barcelona, like many cities, now operates as a corporate brand, a process which has left residents disenfranchised and which raises important questions about the interests served by urban spaces
City centres are increasingly privatised and dominated by consumerism, which compromises our access to and relationship with public space.
Peter Mair’s final book is a sure guide to our enfeebled ‘voodoo politics,’ in a world where raw economic power reigns unchallenged