Against Economics | by David Graeber | The New York Review of Books
This paper suggests that "bullshit jobs", as David Graeber calls them, are behind much of wage stagnation:
“Some” cherry picking - which I don’t agree with - but a great read nonetheless by David Graeber. A book review of Money and Government: The Past and Future of Economics by Robert Skidelsky
In Opinion David Graeber writes, "If ever a time called for grand visions, this is it. Yet politicians almost everywhere seem unable to think beyond the next election."
"Instead of simply working half the time, which we could've done, we seem to have collectively decided it would be a better idea to make up jobs that most of the people doing them feel are doing nothing at all" - author of Bullshit Jobs, David Graeber tells #newsnight
We're racing towards another private debt crisis - so why did no one see it coming? (David Graeber)
I didn't understand how widespread rape was. Then the penny dropped | David Graeber
Britain is heading for another 2008 crash: here’s why | David Graeber Spot on, and inevitable. Please read it