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.
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.
If Europe is to be defended as a sphere of genuine international cooperation and integration, the EU must be saved from itself.
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.
Common assumptions about the neoliberal period are inconsistent with the evidence and risk derailing potential socialist transformation.
Spain's economic problems and mounting regional tensions cannot be deferred indefinitely.
The World Bank is facilitating the displacement of people across the Global South in the name of increased GDP. A new campaign is launching to challenge this injustice.
Contrary to conventional wisdom, including on the left, there was no neoliberal Golden Age.
Defenders of market liberalism have appealed to technological explanations for growing inequality in the developed world. But the real cause is political.
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.