Decades of corporations monopolizing industries has given them the power to artificially inflate the prices of goods.
This is a crisis — magnified by the pandemic — not of food-production failures but of skyrocketing inequality.
The Dollar Tree CEO is pinning price hikes at stores on inflation, yet he was rewarded nearly $11 million last year.
The recovery continues to disproportionately benefit workers with higher levels of formal education.
A government by and for plutocrats wants to define millions of people out of poverty using statistical sleight of hand.
Economics professor Gerald Epstein explains why Trump’s economic policies will ultimately be extremely disruptive.
Self-managed job guarantee programs empower workers, raise wages and can free labor from Wall Street control.
Capitalist philanthropy is a way for capitalism to maintain itself while giving the impression that its the solution to its own inequities.
Venezuela can turn its economy around without a prolonged recession. The hardest adjustments have already happened.
I believe that Trump’s candidacy offers the possibility for a new discourse of hope, of sustained criticism.