real-world economics review – issue no. 67″ : Loanable funds vs. endogenous money: Krugman is wrong, Keen is right

real-world economics review – issue no. 67 real-world economics review – Subscribers: 24,474       Subscribe here      Blog      ISSN 1755-9472  – A journal of the World Economics Association (WEA) 12,557 members, join here – Sister open access journals: Economic Thought and World Economic Review  – back issues at www.paecon.net    recent issues: 66 65 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57  Issue no. 67, 9 May 2014     http://www.paecon.net/PAEReview/issue67/whole67.pdf     You can download the whole issue as …

Clean Technica: Google Backs New Plan For Utility-Supplied Renewable Energy Option

Top cleantech news of the day from CleanTechnica, the world’s #1 cleantech or clean energy website: Google Backs New Plan For Utility-Supplied Renewable Energy Option EV & Bike News Roundup (Chevy Spark EV In US, Guerrilla Bike Activists…) Clean Power News Roundup (Energy Transition In NL, Physicians For Solar…) Why Europe’s …

Aviva move bad news for SRI, good for ESG integration

Aviva move bad news for SRI, good for ESG integration Aviva Investors’ proposed move out of its sustainable and responsible Investment funds is “not good news for SRI at Aviva Investors, but there is good news for ESG integration”, according to the London-based firm’s new chief responsible investment office. More …

Obama restates clean energy commitment, omits targets

Obama restates clean energy commitment, omits targets Despite failing to enact comprehensive climate legislation, there is no reason the US Congress should not pass a clean energy standard and grant related tax credits, President Barack Obama said during his State of the Union address on Tuesday. More >>> UK carbon …

Australian Government Agency Admits Ban on Heterodox Economic Analysis

Australian Government Agency Admits Ban on Heterodox Economic Analysis by Peter Earl In some of the first posts on this blog I reported on how Australia’s Commonwealth Scientific Research Organization (CSIRO) was attempting to censor and ban from publication Clive Spash’s peer-reviewed paper ‘The Brave New World of Carbon Trading”. …

Small-scale farmers increasingly at risk from ‘global land grabbing’

New research on the global rush for agricultural land shows that small-scale farmers will increasingly lose out to major corporations as land deals ignore local tenure rights. by Jun Borras, Ian Scoones, David Hughes Fresh evidence from Africa, Asia, Latin America and the former Soviet Union was presented last week …