There is no way out of the Catch 22 within the growth economy model.
Articles: economic growth (63)
Paul Krugman often writes sensibly and cogently about economic policy. But like many economists, he can become incoherent on the subject of growth.
The well-being evidence presents a fundamental challenge to the neoclassical concept of welfare – one which brings the rest of the edifice tumbling down with it.
Is there a way off the economic escalator?
“The American way of life,” George H.W. Bush infamously declared in 1992, “is not-negotiable.” This presents a problem if the American way of life is also unsustainable.
Every object has a dark side – and that’s especially true in fashion.
The situation in Ukraine is undoubtedly complex, but it may be as much about a scramble for growth and fossil fuel as it is about ethno-cultural identity.
As a species we’re very sensitive to intra-human drama, and in a time of growing crisis, tend to frame narratives as those who are with us and those against.
Maybe inequality or equality determine growth rather than vice versa.
The broad point here is that growth and collapse is a much more fundamental process than capitalism...