Key Words: – Austerity, Neoliberalism, Modern Monetary Theory
Keynesian economics dominates on the left in the labour movement. Keynes is the economic hero of those wanting to change the world; to end poverty, inequality and continual losses of incomes and jobs in recurrent crises. And yet anybody who has read the posts on my blog knows that Keynesian economic analysis is faulty, empirically doubtful and its policy prescriptions to right the wrongs of capitalism have proved to be failures.
UK Trade Union political education and its possible effect on representative democracy
Has political education changed in UK Trade Unions?
Does Political Education in UK Trade Unions matter?
In what ways could this affect UK representative democracy? Read More