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Joseph E Stiglitz

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  • Trump's deficit economy

    16-08-2019 01:15:00

    Redistribution from the bottom to the top reduces aggregate demand, because those at the top spend a smaller fraction of their income than those below

  • Thumbs down to Facebook's cryptocurrency

    09-07-2019 23:15:00

    Technology has enabled us to complete transactions efficiently with good protection. The last thing we need is a new vehicle for nurturing illicit activities

  • After neoliberalism

    04-06-2019 01:40:00

    Progressive capitalism represents the best chance we have of escaping our current economic and political malaise

  • Trump's most worrisome legacy

    10-04-2019 22:35:00

    Trump is a disrupting personality, and after he's gone, we may well reflect on how such a deranged and morally challenged person could have been elected president of the world's most powerful country

  • Market concentration is hurting US economy

    20-03-2019 01:09:00

    The federal budget deficit will reach $900 billion this year, and will surpass the $1 trillion mark every year after 2021

  • How can we tax footloose MNCs?

    14-02-2019 23:24:00

    Apple has become the poster child for corporate tax avoidance

  • From Yellow Vests to the Green New Deal

    15-01-2019 00:22:00

    By the numbers, France looks better than most, but it is perceptions, not numbers, that matter; even in France, which avoided some of the extremism of the Reagan-Thatcher era

  • Well-being beyond GDP

    05-12-2018 22:52:00

    If we want to put people first, we have to know what matters to them, what improves their wellbeing, and how we can supply more of whatever that is

  • Can US democracy come back?

    06-11-2018 23:35:00

    America's ideals of freedom, democracy, and justice for all may never have been fully realised, but now they are under open attack

  • People vs money in US midterm elections

    15-10-2018 23:01:00

    As America's future hangs in the balance, impassioned debates about what caused the 2016 outcome are more than academic