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People wearing face masks walk in front of a euro sign in the center of Frankfurt am Main, Germany (October 21, 2020). Yann Schreiber/AFP

Capitalism and the coronavirus crisis: the coming transformation(s)

The global economy is currently experiencing its severest contraction since the 1930s. While capitalism will survive, its fundamental structure can change at critical historical junctures.
A universal basic income and a job guarantee are critical ways to help us weather the economic storm of the coronavirus pandemic. (Shutterstock)

Job guarantees, basic income can save us from COVID-19 depression

A universal basic income could provide financially precarious people with the money they need. And it would keep money flowing through the financial system.
Close-up on the circuitry of the Vesuvius quantum computer, announced in 2012 by the Canadian firm D-Wave Systems. Steve Jurvetson/Flickr

Quantum computing, the new frontier of finance

On October 23 Google announced that it built a quantum computer thousands of times faster than classic computers. This could have immense impacts on finance, cryptography and other fields.
The authors of the book The Making of Finance highlight the intellectual capture of the financial worlds. Bart Sadowski/Shutterstock

Mobilising the social sciences to rethink finance

Nothing has changed since the 2008 financial crisis. Orthodox theory continues to structure the entire financial industry, yet there is an urgent need to study the social and political nature of markets.

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