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A set of proposals on how to reduce the damage done by the overhang of student loans.
A critique of the bad-model-induced fear-mongering over Italy's proposed budget deficits
More discussion of the downside of having too much finance.
Toys 'R' Us will be back, albeit in a skinnied down form.
Puerto Rico shows how distress and grifting too often go hand in hand.
How Dodd-Frank left banks' massive lending and safety-net subsidies intact.
BIS chief economist Claudio Borio warns that central bankers have overdone the liquidity party, and investors are not being paid enough to take ris
In winning the trade battle with China, Trump may lose the war against inflation.
Derivatives remain an untamed systemic risk.
Why you should take conventional wisdom about the Lehman collapse and the crisis with a fistful of salt.
How to combat the mental health toll of struggling with student debt.
Follow the subsidies, and you will understand why we had the crisis and why not enough has been done to prevent a recurrence.
An in-depth look at Marriner Eccles' ideas and policies, and how well they have withstood the test of time.
The chief architects of the exercise in looting otherwise known as the post-crisis rescues are back promoting more of the same.
Turkey is entering a major crisis, which many of the media have been quick to blame on Erdogan's nationalist inclinations. However, the crisis has much more to do with poor economic fundamentals and the lending decisions of European banks.
Ten years later, Trump’s rise to power is a consequence of poor governance.
Michael Hudson explains how we're still in the crisis that started in 2007-2008.
Why US Treasury bond issuance and Federal deficits are functionally not debt at all.
Bill Black debunks a book that tries to relitigate the crisis by denying that Lehman was insolvent.