30.11.2022
European Fiscal Rules for a New Era

Sebastian Mang calls for a reform of European macroeconomic governance that empowers states to contend with current crises.

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14.06.2022
The Netherlands’ “Bad Luck Generation”

After many broken promises by their government, Dutch students are fighting the burden of debt.

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16.12.2021
Breaking the Cycle: Why Europe Must Back Climate Reparations

To achieve real economic justice, the current paradigm must be scrapped in favour of emancipating the Global South and addressing historic injustices.

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06.07.2020
The End of Neoliberal Ideology

Neoliberalism is failing to meet the crises of our time. What in its worldview, social and ecological consequences call for putting it to rest?

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13.03.2019
From Global Tax Dodging to Worldwide Wellbeing

This imagined news article describes a Europe where revenues recuperated from tax evasion and avoidance are invested back into wellbeing for the benefit of society and the environment.

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26.09.2016
The Malaise of the Old Left Represents an Opportunity for Degrowth

These days, the degrowth movement is not interested in provocation anymore. Instead it wants to stimulate discussions amongst the people who believe that it is possible to decolonise our minds. Vincent Liegey, the coordinator of the latest Degrowth Conference says that the movement’s impact is already visible in many party programmes

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22.09.2016
Why Joseph Stiglitz is Wrong

Joseph Stiglitz, American economist and winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics, has come out with a new book, The Euro : How a Common Currency Threatens the Future of Europe. In recent weeks, Stiglitz has appeared in several features in the press (see especially here in the Financial Times or here in the Guardian), […]

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14.09.2016
Perpetuating Austerity : SYRIZA, the Greek Greens and the failed 2015 (re)negotiation project (part 1)

After a promising start, how did everything go so wrong in Greece for Syriza, with redoubled austerity imposed to the detriment of the Greek people and their environment? Yannis Paraskevopoulos analyses some key mistakes Syriza made and the role of the Greek Greens in the process. First of a two-part series.

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14.09.2016
Perpetuating Austerity: SYRIZA, the Greek Greens and the Failed 2015 (re)Negotiation Project (part 2)

After a promising start, how did everything go so wrong in Greece for Syriza, with redoubled austerity imposed to the detriment of the Greek people and their environment? Yannis Paraskevopoulos analyses some key mistakes Syriza made and the role of the Greek Greens in the process. Second in a two-part series.

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01.07.2016
EU Economics Meets Democracy

The architecture of the European Union institutions is flawed.

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