Volume 8 No.6 – November-December 2016
Modern economics is sick
The bean counters score
News & views from NZ
100% pure bilge water
A dismal tale of failure
Volume 8 No.5 -September-October 2016
The zombie doctrine – neoliberalism
Average incomes in the U.S.
Taxes – can’t live with ’em, can’t live without ’em
Worldwide fiscal crisis: fact or fiction?
John T. Harvey
Economic theory as ideology
Try fiscal policy, stupid!
Is the housing boom nearly over?
Land of the ‘fair go’ no more
Wealth in Australia is becoming more unequal
Christopher Sheil and Frank Stilwell
Volume 8 No.4 – July-August 2016
A thought experiment on budget surpluses
Monopoly’s new era
Bank of North Dakota soars despite oil bust
Rise of the prosumer
News and views from NZ: Housing — again
Closing the Panama tax haven (Interview)
Practical economics is radical?
Why the Trans-Pacific trade deal should be an election issue
Volume 8 No.3 – May-June 2016
Money and the myth of barter
Economic propaganda – not education
How the unemployed ‘disappear’ and why it matters
R Stambe, D Fryer
The thing Sanders, Trump and Clinton agree on
The modern debt jubilee; taboo medicine that we need
Fools or liars on the TPP?
Flat earth rules
‘Partnerships’ that complete the corporate world takeover
Paul Craig Roberts
News & views from NZ: The more things change . . .
Sustainable power markets
Volume 8 No.2 – March-April 2016
What is neo-liberalism?
Percent change in real wages, 2007-2014
News & views from NZ: End of sovereignty (Pt 2)
TPP: Crunch time in parliament
The ‘journal game’
The nature of money
Patients bankrupted by pharmaceutical company greed
The huge, hidden cost of population growth
Volume 8 No.1 January-February 2016
Battlers and plutocrats: rewarding Australia’s super rich
Paul Frijters and Gigi Foster
Capitalism and technology
Austerity — U.S. style
Bernanke: governments ‘too focused on budget cuts’
How to build a crisis
News & views from NZ: The three ghosts of Christmas
Government spending and household spending
Would the steady-state economy be a miracle?
For-profit colleges are scandalous machines
Lessons from the recession we didn’t have to have