Podcast
Redeye Collective | A new book says that Canada is the legal haven of choice for mining industries. Alain Deneault argues that Canada's tax policies have attracted three-quarters of the world's mining corporations.
News
Karl Nerenberg | The Martin budget of 1995 was a major -- and, in many ways, catastrophic -- event. In the current context, we should look back on it, to learn whatever lessons we can.
Columnists
Duncan Cameron | Soros is a capitalist who believes in a mixed, private-public economy, but he believes the American public has been deceived by neo-liberals to the point of catastrophe.
Blog
Lindsey Beyerstein | The latest contrived showdown between Congressional Republicans and the White House is over what concessions the GOP will demand in order to increase the federal debt ceiling.
Blog
Lindsay Beyerstein | Sunday marked the 100th anniversary of the birth of B-movie actor-turned-conservative president, Ronald Wilson Reagan. Economist Yves Smith talked Reaganomics on the Real News Network.
RabbleTV
OPSEU | People For Corporate Tax Cuts puts the corporations' dreams to music.
Book Review
This Time Is Different
Al Engler | From Iceland, Greece, Spain, France, the U.K., Ireland, Canada and the U.S., the media and governments insist that every cent of contracted government debt must be paid. Two economists beg to differ.
Book Review
Jim Stanford | Jim Stanford reviews four economics books including Spark by Frank Koller, How Markets Fail by John Cassidy, Economics for the Rest of Us by Moshe Adler and Economic Democracy by Allan Engler.
Blog
Monia Mazigh
Monia Mazigh | What is a derivative? And why does it have this odd name? Monia Mazigh demystifies this much talked of and little explained financial transaction.
Columnists
Ralph Surette | We've chowed down on the promises of convention centre promoters and ignored a powerful set of facts that paint a bleak picture of the convention business.
Columnists
Duncan Cameron | Just before U.S. President Obama arrived in China, his hosts proffered an outspoken criticism of the negligence of the U.S. in allowing their currency to promote speculative finance.
Columnists
Duncan Cameron | British Labour Prime Minister Gordon Brown has come out in favour of a global financial transactions tax.The tax is opposed by the U.S. Treasury, and the Canadian Finance Minister James Flaherty.