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Capitalism & Crisis > Nature of crisis

A weapon for the movement

A delicate moment

18 Apr 2019

Capital’s major financial institutions are warning of the likelihood of another global recession, notes Michael Roberts

Growth across the world slows further and further

28 Mar 2019

Despite predictions to the contrary, says Michael Roberts, the long depression is still very much with us

Deadly cost of austerity

21 Mar 2019

James Linney asks what the fall in life expectancy tells us about the state of capitalism in 2019

Chartalism and Marxism

08 Feb 2019

Proponents of ‘modern monetary theory’ serve to mislead and divert the labour movement, argues Michael Roberts

Marx’s theory of value

31 Jan 2019

Far from being natural, value is characteristic of commodity production and capitalism, its most developed form. John Bridge upholds Marxist orthodoxy

Subjective and objective value

17 Jan 2019

Arthur Bough insists that value is labour and has therefore existed in every form of society

Working class trade policy

20 Dec 2018

Mike Macnair concludes his series on ‘free trade’ by looking at the positive alternative

Free-trade illusions

13 Dec 2018

Mike Macnair continues his argument against tailing the liberals

Trade, tariffs and financial stability

06 Dec 2018

According to the Federal Reserve, writes Michael Roberts, the risk of another recession is no longer ‘negligible’

Marx’s formulae confirmed

08 Nov 2018

Michael Roberts looks at the latest figures on the US rate of profit

Rethinking economics

16 Aug 2018

Attempts to broaden debate in university economics departments should be applauded, writes Michael Roberts

World trade and imperialism

02 Aug 2018

US hegemony is under threat from China, Russia and India, writes Michael Roberts

A $1 trillion trade war

12 Jul 2018

Michael Roberts looks at the likely end result of Trump’s new tariffs

When will the crunch come?

17 May 2018

Capital is facing a global debt crisis, warns Michael Roberts

The role of ideology

08 Mar 2018

At the end of the day the religious state functions in a way not dissimilar to that of the liberal bourgeoisie in the west, argues Yassamine Mather

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