Feed on
Posts
Comments

Archive for the 'Economy' Category

Economics as if People Really Mattered - Week Six - Conclusion from conormccabe

Read Full Post »

Economics as if People Really Mattered - Week Five - Galway from conormccabe

Read Full Post »

Slides for Tuesday’s workshop.

Economics As If People Really Mattered - Week Four - Galway from conormccabe

Read Full Post »

Slides from tonight’s talk.

Belfast feminist network 8-03-13 from conormccabe

Read Full Post »

Slides from today’s workshop.

Economics As If People Really Mattered - Week Three from conormccabe

Read Full Post »

Economics as if People Really Mattered - Week One from conormccabe
[Update: slides from week one]
Myself and Vicky Donnelly of the Galway One World Centre are starting a series of workshops on Tuesday entitled, ‘Economics As If People Really Mattered,‘ and I thought I’d start posting material relating to it here.
The […]

Read Full Post »

?”Over the past four years, the Federal Reserve has more than tripled the monetary base, a key determinant of money supply. Some commentators have sounded an alarm that this massive expansion of the monetary base will inexorably lead to high inflation, à la Friedman.
Despite these dire predictions, inflation in the United States has been the […]

Read Full Post »

The Scottish Left Review asked me if I would updated my previous article for them. It’s online now:
It is probably the political-pathology of a small nation that makes it sensitive to outside comment. Ironically, however, from the point of view of its citizens, it is the compliments that are paid that are more damaging […]

Read Full Post »

Here’s an excel sheet I did up of the census figures for occupations, 1991 to 2006.
 It shows that 74 per cent of the net increase in jobs from 1991 to 1996 - a figure of approx. 151,000 - is accounted for by building, personal services, childcare workers, civil and building engineers, managers and executives, business […]

Read Full Post »

I’m writing up an article on the shadow banking system for the print edition of Irish Left Review that we’re hoping to bring out sometime in September, and at the moment I’m working through my description and analysis of the emergence of the euro-dollar and the break-up of the Bretton Woods system. I’ve gone back […]

Read Full Post »

Next »