The world’s two major powers lost a decade that could have been spent hashing out responses to climate change, the arms trade, and the global recession.
As our global economic and ecological crises converge, neither neoliberalism nor Keynesianism can cure what ails us.
Obama should reject the conservative mantra that equates government and family spending.
The global economy in 2011 is likely to turn even gloomier.
A look at the effectiveness of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act one year after its passage.
We are trying to prop up an economy that is a giant Ponzi scheme.
Stiglitz on the stimulus, six months after the earthquake, and what we could do with a trillion dollars.
Obama may be the voice of reason on the immediate need for continued stimulus spending. But if we’re going to get back on a sustainable economic path, we need to take seriously the need for major new revenue sources.
In a time of recession, who is looking out for the poorest U.S. citizens?
China’s stimulus package is not likely to bail out either the Chinese peasants or the global economy.
The stimulus bill passed by Congress ignores the big picture of the financial and environmental crises.
This memo summarizes the key provisions in the stimulus legislation to restrict compensation for executives of bailed-out companies.
John Cavanagh talks about David Korten’s new book, which proposes a real-wealth solution to the current financial crisis.
Sign this petition, sponsored by IPS and Split this Rock, urging Congress to allocate 1 percent of the stimulus package to the arts.
What will be the fate of the arts during this recession? The Institute for Policy Studies recently launched a petition calling for 1 percent of the stimulus package to be spent on the arts.