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UT professor Yanis Varoufakis named Greece's finance minister ...

Jan. 29--A University of Texas professor has been tapped by Greece's new leader for one of the toughest jobs in the world: to be that embattled country's finance minister. Yanis Varoufakis, who has spent the last two years as a visiting professor ... BusinessWeek, 1 month ago

Greece's Next Move

Credit Illustration by Christoph Niemann As soon as the battle between Greece and its creditors ended, with the two sides agreeing to a four-month extension of Greece's financial bailout, the battle over who had won began. Wolfgang Schäuble, the ...
 New Yorker3 days ago

Troubling times now and ahead

India seems to be going through troubling times. Not that it's a new phenomenon, as politics evolves something new every day in the life of nations. But Indian politics is of a varied variety. The total number of political parties, with members who ...
 Goa Herald3 days ago
Monthly Review

The Endless Crisis

This incisive and timely book traces the origins of economic stagnation and explains what it means for a clear understanding of our current situation. The authors point out that increasing monopolization of the economy—when a handful of large ...
 Monthly Review6 days ago
CBC

Nude photo ban by Reddit, Google won't delete damage

The ban on sexual content that is posted online without consent to be implemented by Reddit and Google in Marchis an admirable effort, experts say, but they also paint a fairly bleak picture about its likely success at preventing further damage. ...
 CBC1 week ago
ABC Online

What is 'the Common Good'? Community, Communication and Personal Communion

Let me begin this exploration of the meaning, and indeed the very possibility, of the common good with the grammar of the term itself. In a series of like relations between two or more terms, where one term in each relation is constant and the ...
 ABC Online1 week ago
Free-i-News

Economists: A Large Financial Sector HURTS the Economy

[embedded content] Tweet [embedded content] Contrary To Widespread Assumption, A Large Financial Sector Is Bad for the Economy One of our favorite economists Steve Keen showed in 2010 that a large financial sector hurts the economy. ...
 Free-i-News1 week ago A Large Financial Sector Hurts the Real Economy  Global Research1 week ago
Seeking Alpha

Today's Financial Thermopylae Beckons- But Don't Count On The Greeks

The global financial system desperately needs a big, bloody sovereign default--a profoundly disruptive financial event capable of shattering the current rotten regime of bank bailouts and central bank financial repression. Needless to say, Greece is ...
 Seeking Alpha1 week ago

AAP and its Anarchy

(Critical theorist and writer Rukmini Bhaya Nair is a professor at IIT Delhi. She is the author of several academic books, three volumes of poetry and a novel recently long-listed for the DSC Prize.) Noam Chomsky is one of the great public ...
 NDTV2 weeks ago Opinion: AAP and its Anarchy  NDTV2 weeks ago

It would be well if Economics were modest for it has much to be modest about

Print This By William K Black, OpEdNews OpEdNews Tuesday, Feb 10, 2015 Editor's commentary: This is a REALLY long piece about a REALLY boring subject. But if you can plough through it without going blind or losing consciousness, it ...
 Axis of Logic3 weeks ago
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