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IN THE MINT AUTUMN ISSUE 2019

Leader The dawning of the age of acquisitiveness

Let’s take this outside Credit where credit’s due Who gets to borrow at a fair rate is a pernicious inequality.

Interview: Jonathan Aldred Licence to be bad

Horizon The gold meddle Alfred Nobel was once cast as “the merchant of death” for his invention of dynamite. Is the economics establishment’s use of his name to brand its fake Nobel Prize marring his reputation once again? Christian Felber tells a tale of revenge and infiltration.

Hard stuff Hardcore peripheries Ingrid Kvangraven, Farwa Sial and Carolina Alves explore the relevance of dependency theory today.

Here & now All is revealed Alessandra Mezzadri explains how productivity barely covers anything in fast fashion prices.

Interview: Mwangi waGĩthĩnji A world away int The

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