Economic and decisional power is concentrated into ever fewer hands, a process that seems unstoppable. However, from time to time, social reactions threaten to push down the continuous concentration. To …Read More »
Many countries apply adjustment policies arguing that the State generated a “party” spending income it did not have, which produced serious imbalances. This proposition conceals perverse situations: the “party,” if …Read More »
In economics, there are issues presented as undisputable “truths” which in reality are used to impose interests and privileges that cannot be defended in open air. An example is how …Read More »
As non-central countries grow, they suffer recurrent bottlenecks in the external sector (more foreign currency is required than it is available). Causes are diverse as diverse are the economic, social, …Read More »
Transition from the very small to medium scale ventures of the popular economy. Can it be addressed? What kind of support is needed?
We have said that popular economy …Read More »