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Category Archive for 'Macroeconomics'

1. What is the problem? We need a comprehensive ecological and social transformation in order to avoid the collapse of civilization via widespread hunger and suffering.  Thus, we need a systemic approach to making monetary investments in many sectors of the society and economy:  food production, water supply, healthcare, education, housing, energy supply, energy demand […]

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News from Transform!

The new Transform! magazine (12/2013)  is out. The book of Perry Anderson, reviewed in this issue is probably still the marxist analysis of the whole matter. Skip to the review

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New Analysis

The new analysis (see fulltext PDF) by two members of the Institute states: There is no consensus among the ruling classes on the correct way of dealing with the crisis or how to continue with Europe. And works around questions like: Should the euro be defended? Would it not be better to split up the […]

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Sotiropoulos states quite rightly that the euro is not just a currency, but a mechanism: It has set up a particular form of symbiosis among different capitalist economies.” (Sotiropoulos 2012, 66) But what is the material nature of this “symbiosis among different capitalist economies”? This key issue had already been raised by John Grahl in […]

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Check this Review of the english Version of our Greece-Booklet.

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