The world needs a pandemic preparedness and response strategy built on equitable and representative decision-making.Da Social Europe.
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Covid-19 shows health spending is broken – here’s how to fix it
We should treat human wellbeing as a long-term investment rather than a short-term cost. First is the need to create the fiscal space necessary to significantly increase public investment. Dal Financial Times.
A New Global Economic Consensus
Now that the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the deficiencies of economic deregulation and market liberalization, a new policymaking paradigm is emerging. But its success depends on concrete reforms and the creation of new mission-driven institutions.
Capitalism won’t save us from Covid, no matter what Boris Johnson might think
His claim that ‘greed’ was the driver behind the UK’s vaccine success ignores the huge role of state funding. Da The Guardian.
Capitalism after pandemic
For too long, people have acted as if the private sector were the primary driver of innovation and value creation and therefore were entitled to the resulting profits. But this is simply not true. The road to a more symbiotic partnership between public and private institutions begins with the recognition that value is created collectively. […]
Niente più salvataggi gratis
Antonio Andreoni, Mariana Mazzucato29 Giugno 2020 | Sezione: Mondo, Nella rete
Lungi dall’essere ad un passo dal controllo statale dell’economia, i salvataggi condizionati si sono dimostrati uno strumento efficace per guidare le forze produttive nell’interesse di obiettivi strategici e ampiamente condivisi. Da Project Syndacate.
Capitalism’s Triple Crisis
Dopo la crisi del 2008, abbiamo imparato fin troppo bene cosa succede quando i governi inondano incondizionatamente l’economia di liquidità invece di gettare le basi per una ripresa sostenibile e inclusiva. Ora che è in atto una crisi ancor più grave non si deve ripetere lo stesso errore. Da “Project Syndicate”.
Who really creates value in an economy?
The much-maligned state was permitted to pursue only timid policy responses. This failure reflects the extent to which policy continues to be informed by ideology, specifically, neoliberalism.socialeurope.eu
Italy’s future growth hinges on new ways of doing business
Regardless of one’s position on the recent Italian referendum on constitutional reform, it is clear that Matteo Renzi made a mistake when he identified the Yes vote with his position as prime minister. It meant that some people voted No simply to oust him, while others voted Yes to avoid the instability that would follow […]
Five Key Points for Italy’s Banking Woes
There is serious concern about Italy’s banks and whether the bad debt they are carrying signals trouble for the Eurozone. In facing up to its troubled financial system Italy’s political leaders could also benefit from a moment of reflection on what the role of finance could, and should, be in a dynamic economic system marianamazzucato.com