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Should we be Afraid of Deglobalization?

Peter A.G. van Bergeijk discusses this topic and it’s implications on policy makers. 1,315 more words

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Six months of anti-worker and anti-popular measures

Maduro’s economic program and the deterioration
of the real wage

Author: Omar Vazquez Heredia | Original text in Spanish: Aporrea, 22/02/2019. Photos by Oswaldo Pacheco Guzmán… 1,180 more words

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How the Market Is Betraying Advanced Economies

April 16,2016

How the Market Is Betraying Advanced Economies

Apr 9, 2019 Diane Coyle

As lifestyles in the world’s developing economies improve drastically, many in the advanced economies are seeing their well being deteriorate – a trend that automation will only exacerbate. 2,334 more words

Governance

More To Say About China

This piece is a little broader in scope that our past posts about China.  That seems useful, since war-mongering in press coverage of China has put us all in blinders.  1,597 more words

Economic Policy

Its Still Theft

The one thing an Employee who eats a candy bar without paying for it; and an Employer who pays the lowest wage he/she can get away with while running their employees ragged have in common with each other: 73 more words

Conservatives

Will Democrats Reach Rural Workers in 2020?

It should be easy to run against Trump’s rural America record. Aside from his made-for-Fox News rallies, he has little to show for in rural policy except for self-inflicted wounds that risk returning rural America back to the farm crisis of the 1980s. 1,272 more words

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