The legacy of the Bloomsbury Group is what can be achieved by people who are prepared to challenge convention in pursuit of a better world.
We need a more sophisticated debate about business and how it impacts on wider society, writes Mark Braund.
Anyone believing in the possibility of a better world should support Corbyn, even if they’re not convinced by his left-wing agenda.
The wider public is depressingly disinterested in the workings of the economy; nowhere is this more evident than in their ignorance of the monetary system. If more people understood the means by which banks create money, the way it swells the coffers of the already wealthy, and the destabilising effect it has on the real […]
Speculative investment reduces the ability of the economy to meet it’s primary objective: enabling everyone to satisfy their basic needs through a process of mutual exchange.
On unearned wealth – I’ve lost count of the times I’ve used the words ‘elite’ and ‘minority’…
So, what should economics be about? Well, that depends on your values and world view.
The answer depends on two things: how those profits are derived, and what happens to them.
Wealth vs Money – the difference
It is entirely natural for parents to want to support their children in every way possible…