A professor of economics at Sarah Lawrence College, Jamee Moudud draws on the tradition of critical legal studies to extend the constitutional theory of money to new historical and international contexts. He currently serves on the board of the Association for the Promotion of Political Economy and the Law. He is also associate editor for … More Money and Power with Jamee Moudud
By Robert Skidelsky. From Yale University Press: A critical examination of economics’ past and future, and how it needs to change, by one of the most eminent political economists of our time The dominant view in economics is that money and government should play only minor roles in economic life. Economic outcomes, it is claimed, are … More New Book: Money and Government – The Past and Future of Economics
By Jane D’Arista. From Edward Elgar: All Fall Down traces the ways in which changes in financial structure and regulation eroded monetary control and led to historically high levels of debt relative to GDP in both developed and emerging economies. Rising stocks of debt drove the global financial system into crisis in 2008 when households, … More New Book: All Fall Down – Debt, Deregulation and Financial Crises
by Scott Ferguson. From University of Nebraska Press: Declarations of Dependence rethinks the historical relationship between money and aesthetics in an effort to make critical theory newly answerable to politics. Scott Ferguson regrounds critical theory in the alternative conception of money articulated by the contemporary heterodox school of political economy known as Modern Monetary Theory. … More New Book: Declarations of Dependence – Money, Aesthetics, and the Politics of Care
Greta Krippner – The Power of Abstraction: Marx on Money and Credit Aaron Sahr – From Pen Strokes to Keystrokes: the Production of Money in Early and Contemporary Capitalism
Digital Arts & Humanities” panel from the recent *Money on the Left* conference held at the University of South Florida. The panel features Rohan Grey, Harriet Gillies, Alex Williams, Scott Ferguson, Mikey McDowell II, and actor-director Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
By Maxximilian Seijo, a graduate student in the Humanities & Cultural Studies Department at the University of South Florida. On November 15th, 2017, Paul Ryan spoke on the House floor in support of the Foundations for Evidence-Based Policymaking Act. He said: I want to especially thank Senator Patty Murray for her willingness to work together … More Reclaiming the Tax: Foregrounding the Public Covenant