Ann Pettifor is a director of Policy Research in Macroeconomics (PRIME). In 2003, she edited ‘The Real World Economic Outlook’ (Palgrave) with a prescient subtitle: ‘The legacy of globalisation: debt and deflation’. In 2006, Palgrave published her book ‘The Coming First World Debt Crisis’. In 2008, she co-authored ‘The Green New Deal” and in 2010 co-authored an essay with Professor Victoria Chick: “The Economic Consequences of Mr. Osborne’.
Published in: openDemocracyUKThe power to 'create money out of thin air'
Understanding capitalism's elastic production of money and moving on beyond Adam Smith and 'fractional reserve...
If the god Janus were an economist, he would work for the IMF
The IMF may be quietly ackowledging the failures of stringent fiscal consolidation but much damage has already been...
Vultures are circling the carrion of sovereign debt
In the struggle between Argentina and a "vulture fund", a New York judge has sided with the vultures. It's a move...
Published in: openEconomyAn open letter to the leaders of Europe: abandon the Euro's 'gold fetters'
European leaders need to abandon the fetters that chain them to the interests of private wealth, and threaten...
How globalisation ends: debtonation-day, plus two
Beyond the triple crisis: a green new deal