Love Thomas Piketty, but don’t have the time for his brick of a book? Here’s the perfect pocket-sized reader to get you up to speed on what all the inequality hype is about.
A new book draws from thousands of years of history to show that innovation flourishes in egalitarian settings and is stifled by cut-throat by competition.
In this special edition of imixwhatilike! we hosted a panel focused on class politics within the movement for Black lives.
In a field defined more by conformity than contradiction, here’s where the candidates split.
Every economic class in America plays a different game of chance, each with its own vastly different cost and payout.
Convergence theory predicted that the world would become like Swedish social democracy. Why has the opposite happened?
The crisis of capitalism isn’t just about the gap between rich and poor. It’s about the gap between what’s demanded by our planet and what’s demanded by our economy.
The crisis of people-trafficking and sexual exploitation in Northeast Asia is not a nationalist issue; it is a gender issue.
Amid slowing growth and an awakening population, can China avoid the scorpion’s sting of capitalism much longer?
The financial crisis and the Occupy movement have challenged Left-Right distinctions and prompted calls for an entirely new economic order.
This article is part of the presentations for the seminar “RMALC: 20 years resisting and building alternatives to free trade.” A summary in English is followed by the original Spanish version, including hyperlinks.
Ananya Roy talks about the promise and perils of microfinance.
In our special focus on Islamophobia, FPIF talks to Massoud Shadjareh and Arzu Merali of the IHRC about anti-Islamic sentiment in the United Kingdom.
Even a diehard pro sports fan can appreciate the problems of the current team ownership system.
Beneath the Israel-Palestine clash is the all-too-familiar conflict of development: urban growth meets indigenous resistance.