Monthly Archives: June 2014

Between a rock and a hard place: After the EU elections

The EU elections revealed a further surge of support for right wing ‘rejectionist, nativist, nationalist’ (Rawnsley 2014)i and sometimes racist policies. But this wasn’t only about immigrants. There was also disillusionment with the idea of European Unity per se and … Continue reading

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The Inherent Vice of Capitalism

The row over Piketty’s number crunching risks obscuring some powerful conclusions about inequality and capital. Markets may need inequalities to function, but it is a deeply flawed argument which says social injustice should be ignored for markets’ sake. Please go … Continue reading

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