Ghoulish EdTech Innovations
We speak with Tanner Mirrlees about the dark and underdiscussed world of education technology and the information communication technology (ICT) industry. Listen to audio »
Wealth and the Invisibility of Human Life
Judith Deutsch reviews Quinn Slobodian new book Globalists: The End of Empire and the Birth of Neoliberalism. Keep reading »
Accountable Capitalism or Democratic Socialism?
We need to challenge the logic of capital. Elizabeth Warren’s Accountable Capitalism Act only further entrenches it. Keep reading »
Neoliberalism: A Useful Concept?
It is only over the past decade-and-a-half or so that scholars have begun to explore in greater depth the ideological roots of the neoliberal project. Such contributions tend to focus … Keep reading »
Tax Cuts: Its All About Capitalism
Powerful corporations and the rich in the United States continue their winning ways. By narrow margins, both the House of Representatives and Senate have agreed on a budget proposal that … Keep reading »
Trumping NAFTA: Free Trade versus Democratic Planning
Opposition to ‘free trade’ is in the air again, though not in the way most of us expected or hoped. Three decades ago, the move to guarantee, extend and deepen … Keep reading »
Against Liberal Nostalgia
“Restore our democracy” has become a mantra among American progressives. Populist writers are desperately trying to shake people from their passivity amidst mounting political and ecological crisis. But in crafting … Keep reading »
The Perfect Storm of Logistics
Analysts have been waiting for the perfect storm for a long time, and it has finally arrived. If you look at it a little bit closer, it is a shocking … Keep reading »
Naked Neoliberalism: Canadian Foreign Policy under Harper
Since the Conservative government of Stephen Harper came to power in 2006, shifts in Canadian foreign policy have been a flashpoint of debate in Parliament, the media, and civil society. … Keep reading »
Progressives, Neoliberalism, and Austerity: Beyond the Polanyian Impasse
It is now sometimes hard to remember – and for the generation that is now in college and wasn’t necessarily reading the opinion pages at the time, it may seem … Keep reading »
Polarizing Development: Introducing Alternatives to Neoliberalism and the Crisis
Taken from Polarizing Development: Alternatives to Neoliberalism and the Crisis (2015), edited by Lucia Pradella and Thomas Marois, Pluto Press. Available online at www.plutobooks.com. We thank Pluto Press for permission … Keep reading »
Austerity Against Democracy: An Authoritarian Phase of Neoliberalism?
From its very beginnings, the new doctrine of neoliberalism was quite consciously set in opposition to socialism as an alternate economic and democratic order to capitalism and as an unyielding … Keep reading »1 2 Next Page »