I am a business journalist, blogger, and activist. I write about the debt crisis, monetary system, basic income, and collaborative economy.
The Conservative Myth of a Social Safety Net Built on Charity Why Workers Can Suffer in Bossless Companies Like GitHub The secret libertarianism of Uber Ireland: Elite have us living in a fool’s paradise The Road to Recovery Bosnia and Herzegovina in Spring (short documentary) Happy reading!
The Sharing Economy: Capitalism’s Last Stand? Why French trade unions are so strong Football penalty shoot-outs are unfair The weird, weird world of North Korean elections Government’s Empty Buildings Are Costing Taxpayers Billions Bitcoin may bite the dust, but the notion of a digital currency will endure From Greece to Ukraine, welcome to the new […]
Our flawed financial system is reflected in Bitcoin Greece is a failed nation-state How Crowdworkers Became the Ghosts in the Digital Machine How to Get a Job at Google Scandal of Europe’s 11m empty homes How Crowdworkers Became the Ghosts in the Digital Machine French public opinion and Europe: Winds of change? Happy reading!
How hipsters, expats, yummies, and smartphones ruined berlin France Loves Tech, but Not Amazon, or Uber, or Google, or … Lottery Money Makes People Right-Wing and Inegalitarian Why Labor should join the fight for Universal Basic Income How to Keep the NSA Out of Your Computer Why We Procrastinate Happy reading!
Wages For Facebook? Maybe It’s Not So Crazy Hierarchy works Social Darwinism and class essentialism: The rich think they are superior. Zappos is going holacratic: no job titles, no managers, no hierarchy Is it Fair that Thousands of Health Workers in Senegal Receive No Pay? Happy reading!
Crypto-anarchy does not require anonymity On libertarians’ systemic denial of workplace unfreedoms Is the French tax-benefit system really redistributive? Robots and Economic Luddites: They Aren’t Taking Our Jobs Quickly Enough | Beat the Press The Rise of Invisible Work ECB Said to Consider Cypriot Police Demand in Bailout Probe Italy – The Nation That Crushes […]
Greek Myths: “Cyprus Pays for Its Own Failures” The rise of Informal Citizen Networks in Greece French polls show surge in support for far-right National Front The problem of ownership The End of Banks as We Know Them? The ironic impact of activists: Negative stereotypes reduce social change influence “We are entering the moment where […]
The March of the Consumers Emerging market slowdown: can a crisis be averted? Who Will Prosper in the New World Who Will Prosper in the New World BoE’s Andy Haldane: ‘Banking may be on the cusp of an industrial revolution’ Why a medieval peasant got more vacation time than you Happy reading!
Poverty significantly saps our mental abilities say researchers The First Global Civil War “It is psychologically extremely difficult to attribute something to luck” How and Why to Be a Leader (Not a Wannabe) When Non-banking Experts Become Overnight Banking Experts David Harvey interview: The importance of postcapitalist imagination The New Dutch Disease: Mortgage Debt Happy […]
How the basic income movement in Greece was born in the middle of April 2013.