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Medium - The Most Important (and Least Asked) Questions in Economics

Medium - The Most Important (and Least Asked) Questions in Economics

“A cynic, Oscar Wilde wrote, is someone ‘who knows the price of everything and the value of nothing.’ In her latest book, The Value of Everything: Making and Taking in the Global Economy, Mariana Mazzucato argues that, by this definition, we have all unwittingly become cynics.” Richard Roberts more

ilgolfo24.it - Crescita economica e felicità

ilgolfo24.it - Crescita economica e felicità

“Un recente fondamentale libro di economia di Mariana Mazzucato, dell’University College London, dal titolo “ Il valore di tutto” c’insegna la differenza che corre tra “ cercatori di rendita” e “ creatori di valori” e che cosa è l’economia della speranza.” Franco Borgogna more

jacobin magazine - The Duty to Strike

jacobin magazine - The Duty to Strike

“Indeed, Mariana Mazzucato’s recent book The Value of Everything convincingly argues that national statistics systematically underreport the value of public sector activities, for example by not acknowledging the crucial role that health and education play in sustaining the private sector.” Imre G. Szabó more

forbes - Let’s Celebrate The Hidden Heart Of 21st-Century Management

forbes - Let’s Celebrate The Hidden Heart Of 21st-Century Management

“As Mariana Mazzucato has shown in her magisterial book, The Value of Everything (Public Affairs, 2018), the whole edifice of modern economics has been erected on the assumption that the purpose of a firm, and indeed the economy as a whole, is to make money: value is seen as just a synonym for price. ”… more

La Repubblica - Così si batte la religione del profitto

La Repubblica - Così si batte la religione del profitto

“No all’austerità. Investimenti in costruzione, ricerca e ambiente. Nel suo nouvo saggio, l’economista Mariana Mazzucato propone una strategia per fronteggiare disuguaglianze e patologie di un capitalismo rapace” Filippo Santelli more