A causa de la gran limitació de veus crítiques als principals mitjans d'informació a Espanya (incloent-hi Catalunya), el blog del Professor Navarro aconsella que els lectors el distribueixin àmpliament.

abr 20

Entrevista al Professor Vicenç Navarro publicada al bloc “The Barcelona GSE Voice”, de la BARCELONA GRADUATE SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS, 17 d’abril de 2015.

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ago 20

Article publicat per Vicenç Navarro a la revista Social Europe Journal, 17 d’agost de 2012

Aquest article, escrit en anglès, assenyala que l’aliança de classes entre l’establishment europeu liderat per l’establishment alemany i el seu Bundesbank (que controla el Banc Central Europeu) i l’establishment espanyol, explica que l’euro no està en perill de desaparèixer i que seu establiment està sent utilitzat per l’establishment espanyol per dur a terme aquelles reformes, com la reducció de les pensions, la reducció dels salaris i la desaparició de l’Estat del Benestar, que sempre han desitjat. D’aquí que la intervenció d’Espanya sigui el que en realitat es desitja per justificar aquestes mesures.

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mar 20

Original article by Antonio Daponte Codina, Julia Bolívar Muñoz, Silvia Toro Cárdena, Ricardo Ocaña Riola, Joan Benach Rovira and Vicente Navarro López

Published in the Scandinavian Journal of Public Health, 2008

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des 18

The Politics of health care reforms in U.S. presidential elections. The deficits of U.S. democracy and the implications for health and social policy. By Vicente Navarro

EE.UU., USA (en) Comments Off on The Politics of health care reforms in U.S. presidential elections. The deficits of U.S. democracy and the implications for health and social policy. By Vicente Navarro

Published by International Journal of Health Services, Volume 38, Number 4, Pages 597-606, 2008. December 2008

This article analyzes why people in the United States have major problems in accessing medical care that are due to financial constraints. The author suggests that the cause of these problems is the way in which medical care and elections are funded in the United States, with private sources being the largest component in the funding of both activities. The article includes a comparison of funding of the electoral process in the United States with similar electoral processes in the countries of the European Union, and postulates that privatization of the funding of U.S. elections (primary and general) is responsible for privatization of the funding of medical care—the root of people’s problem in paying for their medical care. Privatization of election funding gives undue power to the economic, financial, and professional groups that dominate medicine in the United States. Continueu llegint »

jul 18

For the Progressive Summer University of Catalonia (UPEC).
Interviewed by Vincent Navarro. at M.I.T., Cambridge, Massachusetts, on May 13, 2008. Vincent Navarro is Professor of Public Policy at the Pompeu Fabra University, and The Johns Hopkins University. Continueu llegint »

jul 09

The Politics of Healthcare Reforms in US Presidential Elections

EE.UU., Health and quality of life (en), Salut i Qualitat de vida, USA (en) Comments Off on The Politics of Healthcare Reforms in US Presidential Elections

Published in Harvard Health Policy Review. July 2008

The U.S. and European political cultures are very different

I appreciate the invitation from the Harvard Health Policy Review to discuss the relationship between national health care systems and the policy process. Continueu llegint »

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