Category Archives: Economics
As a substitute, I have gained a wide range of insights through my assignments at over a dozen different schools. Some of those being within the most economically disadvantaged neighborhoods in the city of Milwaukee… Continue reading
Regardless of whether your politics is right or left, Democrat or Republican, a Bill Moyer fan or not, please watch this interview with William K. Black. Professor Black is an economist, attorney, and a faculty member of the University Missouri at … Continue reading
Presently money instruments or things used to settle transaction agreements, e.g. dollars and credit cards, are unequally produced and distributed by governments and recognized banks. Even the monetary innovation called bitcoin, mined by computers and known as a cryptocurrency, is … Continue reading
First, this is not an essay about Bitcoin, at least not the currency part of it. Bitcoin the currency appears to have a few problems and myths dogging it, not the least of which is all the profit seeking associated … Continue reading
This being the Christmas season, many people think primarily about shopping and secondarily about THE greatest story ever told—the birth of Jesus. For billions of people the story of Jesus Christ is an historical fact, not fiction. His story gave … Continue reading
EconoMonitor : Great Leap Forward » Mazzucato: The Entrepreneurial State.
Debt, Deficits, and Modern Monetary Theory. Cross-posted from The Harvard International Review.
Originally posted on Euro-Irish Public Policy:
Do free markets actually exist and is the accumulation of wealth the defining characteristic of what it means to be human? Introduction The underlying assumptions governing neo-classical economics and its political expression in neo-liberalism…
Another good example to report on how excess Federal Reserves on bank balance sheets will be used in the coming years. Case in point, this morning’s announcement about Dish’s offer to buy Sprint: http://on.wsj.com/114IFpM via @WSJ. Both of these companies, … Continue reading
On January 22, 2013, the PBS program Frontline presented a documentary on what our American justice system has done to investigate and prosecute fraud emanating from the financial crash that began in September 2008. The documentary was titled The Untouchables. … Continue reading