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The Keynesian dilemma

19 Jul 2018

Will it be free trade or protectionism? Michael Roberts examines the contending views

Negotiating with guns

08 Mar 2018

Donald Trump’s tariffs are about politics, not economic renaissance, argues Paul Demarty

‘Dead end’ of privatisation

25 Jan 2018

The collapse of Carillion blows apart a key myth, argues Michael Roberts

How about thinking like a Marxist?

22 Jun 2017

Chris Gray reviews: Kate Raworth Doughnut economics: seven ways to think like a 21st century economist Random House Business Books, 2017, pp384, £20

Keynes or Marx?

18 May 2017

What is capital’s driving force? Michael Roberts explores the profit-investment nexus

Unplanning delusions

11 May 2017

The collapse of the Soviet Union does not prove that planning is impossible, argues Mike Macnair

Inequality reaches new high

23 Feb 2017

Marx’s prediction 150 years ago that capitalism would lead to greater concentration of wealth has been borne out, writes Michael Roberts

Capital’s wishful thinking

15 Dec 2016

Sections of the ruling class are now optimistic that Donald Trump will implement pro-business measures. But will they work? Michael Roberts analyses the likely impact of ‘Trumponomics’

Cycles within cycles

01 Dec 2016

Nick Rogers reviews: Michael Roberts, 'The long depression: how it happened, why it happened and what happens next', Haymarket Books, 2016, pp360, £14.99

Social democratic corporate management?

31 Mar 2016

There is no common political interest between the working class and productive capital, writes Mike Macnair

There are no national solutions

22 Oct 2015

Yassamine Mather pinpoints the problem with Jeremy Corbyn’s alternative economic policies

Good for the working class?

15 Oct 2015

Michael Roberts examines the inadequacies of Corbynomics

Pitfalls of Corbynomics

03 Sep 2015

While the right is aghast at Jeremy Corbyn’s economic plans, Paul Demarty wonders just how radical they really are

Vanquishing the demons

25 Jun 2015

What is the role of fictitious capital in the current recession? Chris Gray examines the connection and proposes a series of economic demands

Economics of the madhouse

25 Oct 2012

Hillel Ticktin reviews: Paul Krugman' End this depression now!', Norton, New York, 2012, pp272, £14.99

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