Globally, the pandemic hits women

Food production and distribution, education, health and local transport are sectors in which large numbers of women work. This is the labour that holds societies together. But it is not valued, economically or socially, precisely because it is seen as traditional women’s work.

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12th September 2020 // 1 Comment

Mandel and Capitalist Breakdown

The crux of Mandel’s method was to use Marxist economic categories to analyse current problems, illuminated with contemporary data rather than filial quotes from Das Kapital.

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8th August 2020 // 0 Comments

Relaunch Labour’s Green New Deal

Just 6 per cent of the public want a return to the old pre-pandemic model of the economy. The rest want the lessons of the pandemic to be learned and for real change to be put in place.

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26th July 2020 // 1 Comment

Economics for the Many

Tony Traub reviews Economics for the Many,  edited by John McDonnell, Verso This book is a valuable collection of sixteen short essays on the crisis facing modern Britain, [...]

22nd November 2018 // 0 Comments