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Volume 7 No 6 November-December 2015
What is money and how is it created?
Introduction to heterodox views of money and MMT (pt 2)
Creation and destruction of bank credit money
It’s the money, stupid
The global scourge of spending cuts and austerity
The end of sovereignty
News and views from NZ
The mainstream shifts to the heterodox side
On the irrelevance of formal logic in economics
QE for the people: Jeremy Corbyn’s proposal
A gathering storm?
How much does the 1% have hidden in tax havens?
Big lesson from the crisis: Wall Street gets what it wants
A basic income scheme for everyone
Volume 7 No 5 September-October 2015
Too big to gaol
Even with ecovillage living, the earth would be in trouble
Introduction to heterodox views of money and MMT (pt 1)
Germany’s debt to Greece
Will government budget deficits generate a worldwide fiscal crisis?
The Greek coup: liquidity as a weapon of coercion
Financializing education (from a book by Michael Hudson)
From rock star economy to rock bottom – news from NZ
How the capital markets captured local councils in NZ
Krugman: China’s leaders don’t know what they are doing
Economics departments breed generations of idiot savants
What’s keeping young people out of the housing market
Paul Craig Roberts on the environmental cost of capitalism
What causes changes and fluctuations in M1?
Volume 7 No 4 July-August 2015
There are no green shoots for sustainability in this budget
Secret deal isn’t about trade, but corporate control
Bigger not better
Finance like a cancer grows
Has the U.S. economy recovered from the GFC?
What you need to know about the TPP
Corporate collusion is rampant and we all pay a steep price
Bank of England paper blows the whistle on bank lending
Government report shows Elizabeth Warren is right about the TTP
The cost of everything and the value of nothing
NZ news – Dennis Dorney
Hyman Minsky and the financial instability hypothesis
Treasury securities, base money and deficit spending
War on banking’s rotten culture must include regulators
What exactly is all this productivity for?
Australian housing affordability
Greece, Germany and the Eurozone
Volume 7 No 3 May-June 2015
A green job guarantee
It’s a wonderful life?
The problem of a disproportionate rise in land prices
TTP makes it illegal to favour local business?
On the irrelevance of general equilibrium theory
Of charities and homes
New flexible economy is making U.S. workers’ lives hell
This budget, like others before, will favour the rent-seekers
Gigi Foster et al
The TPP and the death of the republic
Differing viewpoints on the role of debt in the economy
The insights of Hyman Minsky
War and peace and the steady-state economy
The Sovereign Money and National Depository proposals
International trade and Jack Iggulden’s IMPEX scheme
Volume 7 No 2 March-April 2015
Why the federal budget is not like a household budget
U.S. government spending in relation to tax receipts
EU showdown: Greece takes on the vampire squid
News & views from NZ: Blowing bubbles in the air
Stiglitz says no to TPP health tradeoffs
Greenspan thinks Greece will inevitably leave the Eurozone
Bank leaders condemn themselves
William K Black
Does central government spending create new money?
A perverse intellectual hierarchy
Intergenerational Report nonsense
The tenuous link between population and prosperity
Three big myths blinding us to economic truth
How Europe failed Greece over its austerity plight
The obsession with equilibrium
HSBC CEO pay so large that it needed tax havens to hide it
William K Black
The legacy of Margrit Kennedy on money and land reform
U.S. workers’ wages are going nowhere fast
Volume 7 No 1 January-February 2015
Why do banks want your deposits?
Hint: it’s not to make loans
How falling oil prices could impact the world
Our houses can’t make us all rich
Want to escape the high cost of tertiary education?
Krugman: U.S. and Europe blunder far worse than Japan
The insatiable God
Derivatives, speculation and hedging
G20: Obama’s zero-sum wrong
News & views from N Z:
New Zealand for sale
Why mainstream economists’ theory of finance is useless
The triumph of propaganda
Funding Melbourne’s new underground rail link
On the brink of war and economic collapse
P. Craig Roberts
Trickle-down economics? It’s a scam, confirms OECD
G20 calls for a rethink on economics
Geoff Harcourt and Anne Junor
Federal government deficit spending