Guest edited by Ben Pringle, former chair of Post Crash Economics As part of Post-Crash Economics Society’s blog takeover during Davos week, Dr Jo Michell explores the history of the ‘Secular Stagnation’ theory, what it means and its implications for President-elect Trump’s macroeconomic plans. Jo’s blog looks into the history of economic thought, something which is […]
How different does it have to get before we start changing the way we think about it?
Guest edited by Ben Pringle, former chair of Post Crash Economics The 2008 crash clearly demonstrated the failures of a (neo)liberal economic model that claimed to have solved ‘boom and bust’ cycles of growth and recession and found the tools to prevent the onset of longer-term economic depressions. In the wake of this generation-defining failure, […]
Tackling the global risks of inequality: the evidence case for higher public investment
Guest edited by Ben Pringle, former chair of Post Crash Economics The Davos Blog-Takeover continues with this piece from Professor Ozlem Onaran, Director of the Greenwich Political Economy Research Centre. I wanted to publish a blog from Özlem as her work into inequality and globalisation is becoming more and more relevant in the current economic […]