The prospect of a “cashless” society is upon us. But could ordinary life be “moneyless” entirely?
Infinite growth on a finite planet is alarming and doesn’t even make us better off. A new book argues we must shed the ideology of “growthism.”
To deliver on our promises to ourselves and each other, we must embrace a bold, inclusive, and realistic vision of public finance.
Understanding the coronavirus recession.
Beautiful public spaces should be held in common by the public and accessible freely to all.
One idea: give the freed-up monetary resources back to the people through participatory budgeting.
On Eugene McCarraher’s “The Enchantments of Mammon: How Capitalism Became the Religion of Modernity,” a fascinating study of the ways in which capitalism, despite its purported scientific rationality, is really a perverse kind of religion.
You might be under the impression that P.R. is a slimy industry. The truth is that it’s worse than you think.
The “win-win” logic of advertising makes its spread almost impossible to curb.
Spain just passed a permanent universal basic income. So can we.