Maailmantalous — World economy

 

TL:n artikkeleita - Articles by TL

 

Austerity is class war, 1 October 2014

Vinoutuneen kulutuskulttuurin kirot, 4.9.2013

Sixten Korkman, Robin Hahnel ja Elsa, 14.4.2013

Björn Wahlroosin kapitalistisia päiväunia, 24.3.2013

Kapitalistista "arkijärkeä", 2.7.2012

Kapitalismin myyttejä: "Vain yksi malli", 22.5.2012

Zellig Harris: An appreciation, 7 February 2012

Feral capitalism in crisis, 14 August 2011

Capital loses control of society, 10 August 2010

Stagnation is the name of the game, 27 August 2009

World economy: Contradictions deepen, 4 June 2009

"Free market" meets crime, 18 November 2008

Ahneuden ideologian romahdus, 10.10.2008

Misreading Naomi Klein, 1 September 2008

 

Globalisaation tuhovoima

12.7.2006

Iloniemen iloinen uutinen

5.6.2003

Kehitysmaiden velkaantuminen vahingoittaa myös vauraita maita

Ydin, 2.9.1999

Maailmantalous saattaa olla ajautumassa syvään lamaan

Ydin, 1992

Markkinakolonialismi vahvistaa otettaan Itä-Euroopassa ja kolmannessa maailmassa

Ydin, 6/1991

 

See also Environment; István Mészáros; Robin Hahnel; Naomi Klein; US policies; European Union

 

Muiden kirjoittajien artikkeleita - Articles by other writers

 

More Austerity for Developing Countries: It's Bad News, and It's Avoidable by Isabel Ortiz and Thomas Stubbs, Consortium News, 3 December 2019

Decades of free-market orthodoxy have taken a toll on democracy by Joseph Stiglitz, The Guardian, 5 November 2019

Our shrinking economic toolkits by

New bubbles, mounting debt: preparing for the coming crisis by Ben Reynolds, ROAR, 21 October 2019

The IMF Convenes in Washington, Deaf to the Suffering It Causes Across the Planet by Vijay Prashad, Common Dreams, 15 October 2019

A recession is coming. When it does, we need to demand a Green New Deal by Yanis Varoufakis and David Adler, The Guardian, 14 October 2019

Corporate tax avoidance: it's no longer enough to take half measures by Joseph Stiglitz, The Guardian, 7 October 2019

Wall Street can Free the World's 40 Million Modern-Day Slaves by James Renl, Inter Press Service, 2 October 2019

The Disaster of Negative Interest Rates by Ellen Brown, Truthdig, 25 September 2019

Ever felt you've been robbed? You have been by Dan Carrier, Morning Star, 23 September 2019

Central banks were always political – so their ‘independence’ doesn’t mean much by Larry Elliott, The Guardian, 12 September 2019

Thomas Piketty's new War and Peace-sized book published on Thursday by Larry Elliott, The Guardian, 9 September 2019

The end of the dollar as we know it by Andy Langenkamp, Information Clearing House, 2 September 2019

The Key to a Sustainable Economy Is 5,000 Years Old by Ellen Brown, Truthdig, 28 August 2019

The Global Currency War Has Begun by Jack Rasmus, ZNet, 5 August 2019

The World Is Dedollarizing by Peter Koenig, Global Research, 19 July 2019

Revolutions are the Human Race Grabbing for the Emergency Brake by Vijay Prashad, ZNet, 19 July 2019

The exploitation time bomb by Jayati Ghosh, Social Europe, 18 July 2019

A Relentless Battle Against Poverty & Hunger in World's Most Populous Region by Thalif Deen, Inter Press Service, 15 July 2019

Future Resource Wars by Pepe Escobar and Eddie Conway, Information Clearing House, 8 July 2019 (video)

Goodbye Dollar, It Was Nice Knowing You! by Philip Giraldi, Information Clearing House, 5 July 2019

The IMF and World Bank: Partners in Backwardness by Michael Hudson - Bonnie Faulkner, CounterPunch, 5 July 2019

Decolonising the economy by Laura Basu, openDemocracy, 1 July 2019

The new left economics: how a network of thinkers is transforming capitalism by Andy Beckett, The Guardian, 25 June 2019

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UN Expert Warns Inequality and Austerity Are Intensifying Global Mental Health Crisis by Jake Johnson, Common Dreams, 24 June 2019

UN's Development Goals Remain Largely Elusive by Thalif Deen, Inter Press Service, 18 June 2019

How Powerful Mining Corporations Flagrantly Plunder the Global South Without Consequence by Nate Singham, Common Dreams, 8 June 2019

Why Billionaires Have No Right to Their Wealth by Vince Taylor, ZNet, 22 May 2019

Why capturing Huawei is no victory in tech war by Pepe Escobar, Asia Times, 21 May 2019

Boeing Values Profits Over Lives—by Design by Sonali Kolhatkar, Truthdig, 22 March 2019

Global Commodity Chains and the New Imperialism by Intan Suwandi, R. Jamil Jonna and John Bellamy Foster, Monthly Review, 1 March 2019

Art, capital of the twenty-first century by Aude Launay, ROAR, 12 February 2019

Battling bankers: grassroots insights on financial power by Transnational Institute, ROAR, 9 February 2019

Offshore finance: how capital rules the world by Reijer Hendrikse, Rodrigo Fernandez, ROAR, 8 February 2019

The economic costs and benefits of Airbnb by Josh Bivens, ZNet, 3 February 2019

State of Power 2019: seeing finance in order to confront it by Nick Buxton, ROAR, 3 February 2019

Trump’s Brilliant Strategy to Dismember U.S. Dollar Hegemony by Michael Hudson, CounterPunch, 1 February 2019

The World Bank and IMF are in crisis. It's time to push a radical new vision by David Adler and Yanis Varoufakis, The Guardian, 31 January 2019

Panic is on the agenda at Davos – but it’s too little too late by Aditya Chakrabortty, The Guardian, 23 January 2019

Reality Is Starting to Creep Into the Billionaire Oasis of Davos by Vijay Prashad, Common Dreams, 22 January 2019

World's 26 richest people own as much as poorest 50%, says Oxfam by Larry Elliott, The Guardian, 21 January 2019

Enough “Free Trade.” We Need Solidarity Economies and Reparations by Geoff Gilbert, Truthout, 20 January 2019

Why the World Bank’s optimism about global poverty misses the point by Alf Nielsen, MR Online, 18 January 2019

Richard Wolff: The Next Economic Crisis Is Coming by Lee Camp, Truthdig, 15 January 2019

“Free Trade” Is Today's Imperialism by the 1 Percent by Geoff Gilbert, Truthout, 13 January 2019

Welfare profiteering and privatisation in Norway by Mette Wiggen, openDemocracy, 8 January 2019

Things to watch out for in 2019? Doom and plenty of gloom by Larry Elliott, The Guardian, 30 December 2018

Money, Markets, and Monarchies by Adam Hanieh and Jadaliyya, The Bullet, 27 December 2018

Richard Wolff: We Need a More Humane Economic System—Not One That Only Benefits the Rich, Democracy Now! 26 December (video and transcript)

Austerity is stupid, and why the powerful don’t like to admit it by Davide Castro, openDemocracy, 23 December 2018

The Vocabulary of Economic Deception by Michael Hudson, Information Clearing House, 23 December 2018 (audio and transcript)

How the New Silk Roads are merging into Greater Eurasia by Pepe Escobar, Asia Times, 13 December 2018

Tomgram: Nomi Prins, A World That Is the Property of the 1%, TomDispatch.com, 13 December 2018

How the US Creates ‘Sh*thole' Countries – Book Review by Jim Miles. The Palestine Chronicle, 11 December 2018

What's Keeping the World From Ending AIDS: Greedy Big Pharma, Bad Policy by Vijay Prashad, Common Dreams, 28 November 2018

Everything You Thought You Knew About Western Civilization Is Wrong: A Review of Michael Hudson’s New Book, And Forgive Them Their Debts by John Siman, naked capitlism, 16 November 2018

The next financial crash is imminent, and China’s resource crisis could be the trigger by Nafeez Ahmed, Defend Democracy Press, 12 November 2018

Airbnb can’t go on unregulated – it does too much damage to cities by Steven Poole, The Guardian, 24 October 2018

At the Heart of Global Woes, 157 of World's 200 Richest Entities Are Now Corporations, Not Governments by Jake Johnson, Common Dreams, 17 October 2018

The tech giants, the US and the Chinese spy chips that never were… or were they? by John Naughton, The Guardian, 13 October 2018

Climate change will make the next global crash the worst by Larry Elliott, The Guardian, 11 October 2018

Here comes the 30-year trade war by Pepe Escobar, Asia Times, 23 September 2018

If the Czech economy is thriving, why are we so poor? by Saša Uhlová, The Guardian, 19 September 2018

There is an alternative to neoliberalism – in Britain and beyond by Laurie Macfarlane, openDemocracy, 18 September 2018

Ten years since the collapse of Lehman Brothers by Nick Beams, World Socialist Web Site, 15 September 2018

Tenth Anniversary Of Financial Collapse, Preparing For The Next Crash by Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers, CounterPunch, 5 September 2018

Ten years after Lehmans, it’s as if we’ve learned nothing from the crash by

Capitalism Is Not the “Market System” by Richard D. Wolff, Truthout, 2 September 2018

Crashing currency chaos spreads across the Global South by Pepe Escobar, Asia Times, 31 August 2018

Exposing the Giants: The Global Power Elite by Robert J Burrowes, ZNet, 31 August 2018

The Three Tribes of Austerity by Yanis Varoufakis, Information Clearing House, 31 August 2018

Fighting Resolution to Restrict Baby Formula Sales and Promote Breastfeeding, Trump Officials Threatened Funding Cuts by Julia Conley, Common Dreams, 8 July 2018

Sanctions and Tariffs Create Distrust and Enmity by Brian Cloughley, CounterPunch, 29 June 2018

“Trade Wars are Good” by Gary Leupp, CounterPunch, 29 June 2018

What's Behind the Trade War? by David M. Kotz, Jacobin, 28 June 2018

Child labour is never OK. But for multinationals it is an outrage by Sarah Boseley, The Guardian, 26 June 2018

Tomgram: Nomi Prins, What's the End Game? TomDispatch.com, 21 June 2018

It's easy to see why populists do well in an age of insecurity by Larry Elliott, The Guardian, 17 June 2018

Tomgram: Beverly Gologorsky, What Does Poverty Feel Like? TomDispatch.com, 17 June 2018

The Crisis Of Globalisation: Inevitable War? by James K. Galbraith, Social Europe, 14 May 2018

“Creating Wealth” Through Debt: the West's Finance-Capitalist Road by Michael Hudson, CounterPunch, 4 May 2018

Tomgram: Nomi Prins, The Return of the Great Meltdown? TomDispatch.com, 26 April 2018

Some praise our gig economy flexibility. I call it exploitation by Larry Elliott, The Guardian, 26 April 2018

Resist a US trade deal. Your life may depend on it by George Monbiot, The Guardian, 14 February 2018

Financial insiders contemplate “imminent” 2018 US stock market crash of up to “50%” by Nafeez Ahmed, Insurge Intelligence, 13 February 2018

As robots take our jobs, we need something else. I know what that is by George Monbiot, The Guardian, 7 February 2018

The Problem With Capitalist Philanthropy by T. Rivers, Jacobin, 6 February 2018

Global markets plunge as Dow records biggest ever one-day point fall by Nick Beams, World Socialist Web Site, 6 February 2018

Dow Jones plunge reveals a morally sick system, Jonathan Cook Blog, 6 February 2018

World's Financial Systrm is the 'Most Stretched Since 2008' Warns OECD Economist by Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, Information Clearing House, 4 February 2018

Fear of working class upsurge triggers plunge in financial markets by Barry Grey, World Socialist Web Site, 3 February 2018

Robots will take our jobs. We'd better plan now, before it's too late by Larry Elliott, The Guardian, 1 February 2018

Russia and China Are Dead Serious About Ditching the Dollar by F. William Engdahl, Russia Insider, 24 January 2018

When it comes to Davos, it’s inequality, stupid by Pepe Escobar, Asia Times, 24 January 2018

World Economic Forum meets in Davos under shadow of crisis and war by Bill Van Auken, World Socialist Web Site, 24 January 2018

“Fractures, Fears and Failures:” World's ruling elites stare into the abyss by Bill Van Auken, World Socialist Web Site, 18 January 2018

It's Time to Confront the Scourge of Capitalism in the Food System by Justin Theodra, Truthout, 7 January 2018

"But How Will We Pay for It?": Modern Monetary Theory and Democratic Socialism by Sean Keith and Alexander Kolokotronis, Truthout, 2 January 2018

 

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