Takers and Makers: Who are the Real Value Creators?

By Mariana Mazzucato We often hear businesses, entrepreneurs or sectors talking about themselves as ‘wealth-creating’. The contexts may differ – finance, big pharma or small start-ups – but the self-descriptions are similar: I am a […] The post Takers and Makers: Who are the Real Value Creators? appeared first on Evonomics. Please follow and like … Read moreTakers and Makers: Who are the Real Value Creators?

Takers and Makers: Who are the Real Value Creators?

By Mariana Mazzucato We often hear businesses, entrepreneurs or sectors talking about themselves as ‘wealth-creating’. The contexts may differ – finance, big pharma or small start-ups – but the self-descriptions are similar: I am a […] The post Takers and Makers: Who are the Real Value Creators? appeared first on Evonomics. Please follow and like … Read moreTakers and Makers: Who are the Real Value Creators?

Debunking Deregulation: Bank Credit Guidance and Productive Investment

By Josh Ryan-Collins In academic and policy circles there is deep mistrust of public sector involvement in credit allocation, much more than in the credit allocation decisions made by commercial banks. This mistrust continues, despite […] The post Debunking Deregulation: Bank Credit Guidance and Productive Investment appeared first on Evonomics. Please follow and like us:

Debunking Deregulation: Bank Credit Guidance and Productive Investment

By Josh Ryan-Collins In academic and policy circles there is deep mistrust of public sector involvement in credit allocation, much more than in the credit allocation decisions made by commercial banks. This mistrust continues, despite […] The post Debunking Deregulation: Bank Credit Guidance and Productive Investment appeared first on Evonomics. Please follow and like us:

Basic Income vs Guaranteed Jobs: What If We Paid Stay-At-Home Moms?

By Stephanie Ervin Rising income inequality coupled with the fear that robots will soon occupy more jobs than average Americans has everyone calling for the creation of a modern safety net program. Recent debate on […] The post Basic Income vs Guaranteed Jobs: What If We Paid Stay-At-Home Moms? appeared first on Evonomics. Please follow … Read moreBasic Income vs Guaranteed Jobs: What If We Paid Stay-At-Home Moms?

Basic Income vs Guaranteed Jobs: What If We Paid Stay-At-Home Moms?

By Stephanie Ervin Rising income inequality coupled with the fear that robots will soon occupy more jobs than average Americans has everyone calling for the creation of a modern safety net program. Recent debate on […] The post Basic Income vs Guaranteed Jobs: What If We Paid Stay-At-Home Moms? appeared first on Evonomics. Please follow … Read moreBasic Income vs Guaranteed Jobs: What If We Paid Stay-At-Home Moms?

How Universal Basic Income Solves Widespread Insecurity and Radical Inequality

By Daniel Nettle “Can we not find a method of combining [the advantages of anarchism and socialism]? It seems to me that we can
[…]. The plan we are advocating amounts essentially to this: that a […] The post How Universal Basic Income Solves Widespread Insecurity and Radical Inequality appeared first on Evonomics. Please follow and … Read moreHow Universal Basic Income Solves Widespread Insecurity and Radical Inequality

How Universal Basic Income Solves Widespread Insecurity and Radical Inequality

By Daniel Nettle “Can we not find a method of combining [the advantages of anarchism and socialism]? It seems to me that we can
[…]. The plan we are advocating amounts essentially to this: that a […] The post How Universal Basic Income Solves Widespread Insecurity and Radical Inequality appeared first on Evonomics. Please follow and … Read moreHow Universal Basic Income Solves Widespread Insecurity and Radical Inequality

Why Wealth Is Determined More by Power Than Productivity

By Laurie Macfarlane According to a new OECD working paper, Britain is one of the wealthiest countries in the world. Net wealth is estimated to stand at around $500,000 per household – more than double the […] The post Why Wealth Is Determined More by Power Than Productivity appeared first on Evonomics. Please follow and like … Read moreWhy Wealth Is Determined More by Power Than Productivity