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The Covid-19 has exposed huge weaknesses in our economic systems. New Scientist asked six leading economists how to rethink it to reduce inequality and save the planet Humans October 28, 2020 Through New Scientist Roberto Cigna THE coronavirus has triggered an economic crisis of a kind never seen before. In just one month, from March …

Klaus Schwab By Bhabani Shankar Nayak* The pandemic has shaken up neoliberalism as the economic project of capitalism. The economic architecture of neoliberalism based on austerity, liberalisation, privatization and globalization has failed to ensure the basic dignity of life in terms of basic health, education, household and food security. Rising unemployment, hunger and homelessness are …

The United States’ response to the COVID-19 pandemic has been a disaster compared to other countries. This is because our political system values ​​economic production above all other considerations, including public health. Leaders from other countries, like New Zealand, have shown how to prioritize public health and have been politically rewarded. But given our system, …

The economies of Wichita and Kansas are expected to grow slowly in 2021, but not enough to offset all of the losses incurred in 2020. Jeremy Hill, director of the Center for Economic Development and Business Research at Wichita State University, presented his forecast for the Wichita area and the state Thursday at the annual …