Lynn Forester de Rothschild, founder of the Coalition for Inclusive Capitalism, believes change will come when hedge fund billionaires and Pope Francis work together.
The conservative responses to stagnation and decay are incoherent and insufficient. But do liberals have any?
The legendary leftist intellectual discusses anarchism, human nature, Joe Biden and more.
Silvia Federici has been warning for decades of what happens when we undervalue domestic labor.
One of America’s greatest living writers explores what it means to be kind in a cruel world.
Benjamin M. Friedman’s “Religion and the Rise of Capitalism” reaches back centuries to discover the theological foundations of America’s economic system.
A bustling market for souvenirs of Lehman Brothers, Enron, and other casualties of the system.
Mariana Mazzucato, a professor who has the ears of world leaders and chief executives, envisions a post-pandemic world that redefines what is valued.
Why big business needs big government and vice versa.
Mishra’s “Bland Fanatics” argues that many of liberalism’s exalted ideas have collapsed.
John Mackey, who espouses a high-minded version of capitalism, sold his upscale grocery chain to Amazon.
The pandemic and the movement for racial justice have tested corporate pledges to elevate social concerns alongside shareholder interests. A new study finds companies are failing to follow through.
Milton Friedman’s libertarian economics influenced presidents and inspired “greed is good.” So what did Friedman get right — and wrong? Today’s business leaders and economists weigh in.
The party looks brain-dead at every spot Trump touches. But off in the corners, there’s a lot of intellectual ferment.
What Biden can learn from F.D.R.
As the pandemic continues to derail the global economy, artists share works that reflect on uncertainty, capitalism and racial injustice.
The industry has led to more than 1.3 million job losses in the last decade. Neoliberal ideology is to blame.
While nobody was looking, the N.B.A. figured out how to fight inequality.
Philanthropy alone won’t save the American dream.
Jeff Ubben is leaving the hedge fund he founded for a new venture focused on “inclusive capitalism.” He thinks traditional finance is played out.
The nation is in crisis, but it’s not the market’s job to care.
A growing push by lawmakers and policy experts on the right is challenging some of the small-government, free-market tenets at the heart of the Republican Party’s agenda.