Monthly Archives: May 2021

Why is Northern Europe so Indebted? The Impact of Welfare on Household Debt

by Martino Comelli* You might think the U.S. would be world champion of household debt, yet the highest private indebtment has always been in the Nordic countries. Debt, however, takes different forms. In Scandinavia, inclusive welfare systems make debt into … Continue reading

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B&B: History of being a liberal // Foucault’s power // Sen and Deaton talk // Accounting giants // Labor against its interests // Central banks think historically // Cities vs Multinationals

> “The story of the term neoliberalism is a tale about the changing meaning, power and, ultimately, diminishment of liberalism as a living political ideology”. The short history of ‘being liberal’ in the 20th century, depicted by Lawrence Glickman, an … Continue reading

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Types of Sociology and Economics Papers :-)

Eventually we see genuine, intra-academic and professional self-reflections! 😉Locate the category you belong to, and share this with your colleagues and students! 🙂 While Maxim Ananyev boldly exposed above the affluence of economics knowledge, Kieran Healy offered below his own … Continue reading

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