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‘The coronavirus pandemic and the health and economic crisis’ by Stavros D. Mavroudeas — Stavros Mavroudeas Blog

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The coronavirus pandemic and the health and economic crisis Stavros D. Mavroudeas Professor of Political Economy Panteion University Department of Social Policy e-mail: s.mavroudeas@panteion.gr blog: https://stavrosmavroudeas.wordpress.com facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stavros.mavroudeas twitter: @ StavMavroudeas Athens, 25/3/2020 A double crisis: health and economic Today, humanity is in the throes of a coronavirus pandemic resulting in a huge […]

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Virus, crisis económica, materialismo — Rolando Astarita [Blog]

En la nota sobre la posibilidad de que la economía global se sumerja en una depresión (aquí), dediqué unas líneas a reivindicar la validez del enfoque materialista. Posiblemente a algunos lectores les haya llamado la atención esa digresión, pero lo cierto es que al escribir la nota tenía presente varios mensajes que había recibido, de […]

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The ‘emerging market’ slump — Michael Roberts Blog

Forecasts of a global slump in the rest of 2020 are coming in droves from mainstream economists – it’s now the consensus that there will be a contraction in global real GDP in at least two consecutive quarters (Q1 and Q2), in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic and the ‘lock down’ in response. The International […]

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It was the virus that did it — Michael Roberts Blog

I’m sure when this disaster is over, mainstream economics and the authorities will claim that it was an exogenous crisis nothing to do with any inherent flaws in the capitalist mode of production and the social structure of society. It was the virus that did it. This was the argument of the mainstream after the […]

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‘Is the Financialization Hypothesis a theoretical blind alley?’ – S.Mavroudeas & D.Papadatos, WORLD REVIEW OF POLITICAL ECONOMY — Stavros Mavroudeas Blog

The article can be downloaded via the following links: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/330719577_Is_the_Financialization_Hypothesis_a_Theoretical_Blind_Alley https://www.academia.edu/42191644/IS_THE_FINANCIALIZATION_HYPOTHESIS_A_THEORETICAL_BLIND_ALLEY WORLD REVIEW OF POLITICAL ECONOMY Vol. 9, No. 4 (Winter 2018), pp. 451-476 DOI: 10.13169/worlrevipoliecon.9.4.0451 ‘Is the Financialization Hypothesis a theoretical blind alley?’ S.Mavroudeas & D.Papadatos Abstract The Financialization Hypothesis is a popular argument in contemporary heterodox and also mainstream economics. It […]

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UK budget: too little, too late — Michael Roberts Blog

Rishi Sunak, the ex-hedge fund UK Chancellor, has presented the first budget of the Johnson government. The first thing is that the government is increasing spending by £30bn this fiscal year (of which £12bn is for handling the coronavirus outbreak) and plans to spend £175bn more than previously in this parliament. The government’s policy decisions […]

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