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Explore Wealth

Extreme wealth: the way the one per cent lives.

Mark Engler reflects on the vulgar reality of extreme wealth.

Automation and basic income.

If automation decimates jobs, we need better solutions than these, argues Nick Dowson.

tax avoidance

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Alain Deneault explains how states legalize tax fraud.

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Jim Thomas on the winners and losers of emerging technologies.

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For decades we have exported a Western consumerist dream to the Global South; little wonder migrants now want to share our...

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Life under capitalism is a long way from the image we are sold, says Amit Singh. We need another way.

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Wealth is highly concentrated
among relatively few very rich people, says Michael Roscoe.

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Michael Roscoe examines why there are so few decent jobs at the moment.

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Michael Roscoe examines what gives money its value.

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Things are going to get worse but, argues Michael Roscoe, there are possible solutions.

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The end of growth doesn’t have to mean the end of prosperity, argues Michael Roscoe.

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Development – when forced onto poor countries – is a dangerous concept, argues Amit Singh.

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Our appetite for the shiny metal is both pointless and dangerous, argues Richard Swift.

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Jaideep Hardikar reports from a country in the grip of gold fever.

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Iris Gonzales isn’t convinced by buoyant World Economic Forum predictions.

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Colin Cook relates a modern-day parable to explain the failures of our economic system.

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