The author of Winners Take All on how the “fake change” offered by billionaires such as Mark Zuckerberg perpetuates “systems of exclusion and inequality”.
After the slowest recovery in history, Britain would face a new crash in a significantly weaker position than 2008.
The businessman could not have risen without the connivance of sycophantic politicians, fawning journalists and impotent regulators.
The manufacturing sector is now in recession and the economy has grown below 0.5 per cent for six consecutive quarters.
Spending cuts are ever more harmful and unpopular and Tory MPs will revolt against tax rises.
In his new book, the LSE professor argues that universal basic income can end the era of “pointless work” and promote freedom.
The Italian-American economist discusses her new book on the true meaning of wealth creation.
Growth of just 0.1 per cent – the slowest since 2012 – shows how Brexit has further damaged an already broken model.
In a system of privatised Keynesianism, households are being forced to borrow more as the government borrows less.
The shadow chancellor says “there are no tricks up my sleeve”. But business leaders fear the party would be more radical in power than it suggests.
To secure Brexit, the Leave campaign must overturn the most stubborn law in politics.