Feminismo fiskala

Hasteko, lege ekonomiko argi eta garbi bat: langabezia baldin badago, horrek esan nahi du defizit publikoa, hau da gobernuaren defizita, ez dela nahikoa…

Hortaz, defizit publikoa handitu behar da, hemen eta nonahi.

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Gure kontua diru bertikala (publikoa) kontrolatzea da.

Lanpostu pribatuak eta publikoak. Lanpostu pribatuak versus publikoak:

Gure afera lanpostu publikoak dira, beraiek bermatzea, eta bide batez, langabeziarekin bukatzea: Lan bermea, lanpostu bermatuak jendearentzat

Aipatutako lege hori neoliberal guztien kontra doa, baita oinarrizko errentaren zaleen aurka ere.

Oraintsu arte oinarrizko errenta karitatezko kontu gisa salatu dut.

Orain badakigu erreta unibertsal delako sinplekeria hori lapurreta dela: Errenta unibertsala edo oinarrizko errenta = lapurreta

Feminismo fiskala

Beste aldetik, hona hemen Pavlina Tcherneva-ri egindako elkarrizketa interesgarria, non bi puntu nagusi ukitzen dituen: feminismoa eta politika fiskala.

Fiscal Feminism: Pavlina R. Tcherneva1

NEP’s Pavlina Tcherneva appears on the Laura Flanders Show. Pavlina says the current practice of gender-blind and race-blind fiscal policy lacks visions and helps no one. Congress, according to Pavlina is focusing on the wrong things. A self ascribed feminist economist, Pavlina says feminist fiscal policy is real, not simply ideological, and should be a central part of the American economy. We’ll encourage growth, she says, by creating employment — not the opposite. And employment begins with targeting women and racial minorities as the benefactors of policy.”

Bideoa: Fiscal Feminism: Pavlina R. Tcherneva2

“This week, we are joined by economist and professor Pavlina R. Tcherneva, who says the current practice of gender-blind and race-blind fiscal policy lacks visions and helps no one. Congress, according to Tcherneva is focusing on the wrong things. A self ascribed feminist economist, Tcherneva says feminist fiscal policy is real, not simply ideological, and should be a central part of the American economy. We’ll encourage growth, she says, by creating employment — not the opposite. And employment begins with targeting women and racial minorities as the benefactors of policy.

Pavlina R. Tcherneva is assistant professor of economics at Bard College and author of “Full Employment and Price Stability: The Macroeconomic Vision of William S. Vickrey.” Tcherneva is famously known as the author of the chart produced by Bernie Sanders on the Senate floor. The chart reiterates one of our modern truths: how post-Reagan economic growth in America multiplied growth for the 1%, but reduced wealth for 99% of Americans.

Also in this episode: a preview of film “A Place in the Middle,”about eleven year old Ho’onani, who dreams of leading the all-male hula troupe at her inner-city Honolulu school. She’s fortunate that her teacher understands first-hand what it’s like to be “in the middle” – the Hawaiian tradition of embracing both male and female spirit.”


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