Breadcrumb Links PF Comment There are too few billionaires in Canada — or anywhere else, for that matter — to fund an expansive welfare state Pedestrians cross the intersection of Bay Street and Wellington Street West in Toronto’s Financial District. Photo by Galit Rodan/Bloomberg Files Content of the article ReadingRead More →

Breadcrumb Links PF comment William Watson: A substitute for “capitalism” is “flourishing”, which happens to societies when they adopt the capitalist approach Author of the article: William watson Photo by Photo Illustration by Gigi Suhanic / Financial Post Content of the article Capitalism has created more prosperity and progress forRead More →

The future of capitalism is the title given to this book transcription of the 25th Munk Debate held in Toronto two years ago. It’s a provocative title but a little misleading in that the four eminent thinkers who participated in it were much more focused on capitalism as it isRead More →

In particular, the World Economic Forum (WEF) advanced the concept of stakeholder capitalism designed to make the capitalist system more viable and dynamic through greater inclusion and consideration of factors such as long-term economic goals. term and sustainability. According to Klaus Schwab, “Stakeholder capitalism is a form of capitalism inRead More →

In this week’s Hok Talk, we discuss the different and conflicting goals that make baseball less enjoyable than it could possibly be. Baseball is a sport. sport 1. an activity involving physical exertion and skill in which an individual or team competes with another or others for entertainment. If itRead More →

Famine spread to the West following the crisis of 1929. All institutions were threatened. They only survived thanks to World War II. Already in the 18th century, British economists of nascent capitalism wondered about the sustainability of this system around David Ricardo. What was initially very profitable will eventually becomeRead More →

This is an article by World Review: The State of Democracy, a special section that examines politics and world affairs, and is published in conjunction with the annual Athens Forum on Democracy. The coronavirus pandemic has exacerbated the gap between the haves and have-nots and questioned capitalism: this is theRead More →

Link to this page: https://www.socialistparty.org.uk/articles/33101 Posted on October 5, 2021 16:37 GMT The Panama Papers revealed tax evasion abroad in 2016 (Click to enlarge) Expose it and fight for a socialist alternative Tony Saunois, IOC Secretary The explosive leak of 6.4 million documents and 1.2 million emails showing the grotesqueRead More →

On Saturday, the Women’s March will hold nationwide “mass mobilization events” in all 50 states to protest counterrevolution against reproductive rights in Texas, Mississippi and many other Republican-controlled states . Protests will take place before the Supreme Court resumes on October 4. In this file photo from June 30, 2021,Read More →

Fridays For Future, an international anti-climate change movement, called for protests around the world last week. In total, there have been 1,700 strikes and demonstrations around the world in more than 80 countries. In Germany alone, more than 620,000 people demonstrated in 470 cities. Members of the International Youth andRead More →

With the World Bank ditching ease of doing business reporting, the spotlight is on the indicators used to rank the world’s countries. They are imperfect, but they serve a purpose, as Swaminathan Anklesaria Aiyar argues in his article in The Economic Times.. Besides the Ease of Doing Business Index, thereRead More →

Labor Day is here, and it’s about work in America. Our beloved workforce. Especially the middle-income American blue collar workers who have literally made this country a great country. They make our businesses work. They produce our goods and services. They are also the brave soldiers who defend our nationRead More →

Capitalism has lifted billions of people out of poverty, developed cutting-edge medicine that saves lives, and has been the driving force behind the technological revolution of the past two centuries. The accumulation of talent, education and productive capacity that follows capital investment created the technological leap that has taken ourRead More →

Loneliness is a global crisis. According to the UK campaign to end loneliness, 45% of adults “occasionally, sometimes or often feel alone in England”. In a 2019 poll, 22% of millennials said they had “no friends.” The World Health Organization has found that loneliness affects 20-34% of older people inRead More →

ROSARIO, Argentina – On Saturday, two of Pope Francis’ most trusted advisers participated in the latest edition of the World Meeting of Popular Movements, which has been supported by the Pope since the early days of his pontificate. The meeting brings together grassroots organizations from five continents working with theRead More →

Evil fate the earth, to hasten the evils a prey, Where wealth accumulates and where men degrade. –Olivier Goldsmith. Twenty years ago, I wrote an editorial in which I described free market capitalism as “the most unjust and barbaric economic system ever conceived, and which now oppresses and mistreats mostRead More →