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Inequality and the Financial Crisis


By PASQUALE TRIDICO 26/02/2015 The objective of this brief essay is to show that the institutional and structural changes which occurred in the labor market and in the economy over the last two decades in Europe, and over the past 30 years in the US, were functional to the financialization ...

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Time for a Copernican Revolution in Economics


BY DR. STEVE KEEN 2/10/2014 The financial crisis took the vast majority of the economics profession by surprise. Though there were individual mainstream economists—such as Robert Shiller and Joseph Stiglitz—who have a claim to having warned of the crisis, no mainstream economic model foresaw anything like what eventuated in 2007. ...

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