A View of Globalization from a Caribbean Beach.
Z Magazine , May 2004. 
When some obscure comrades in charge of managing the Soviet Union's hard currency foreign reserves in the 1950s opened a bank in London and created the eurodollar they became the unlikely originators of modern global financialization.
Bretton Woods 1944Bretton Woods and the Forgotten Concept of International Seigniorage. Journal of COMER. Toronto, Sep 2003
At Bretton Woods, Keynes fought for the establishment of an international reserve currency. In the end he lost out and the US dollar has been the World's de facto reserve currency ever since. This has allowed the US to have a free lunch of international seigniorage.

After Kurt Tucholsky
The Newspeak of Economics.  Journal of COMER. Toronto, Dec 2003
If rising income inequalities cause wealth to grow above the rate of growth of the real economy it can lead to asset inflation. It is too much wealth chasing the same pool of investment assets. It is liable to generate bubbles which when they burst threaten to destroy much of the wealth again and spill into the productive economy where it creates unemployment.
The New Asset Economy Journal of COMER. Toronto, May 2005
Increasingly, GDP growth in the new asset based economy are lifted by the financial sector. This is reflected in rising incomes and wealth at the top. In contrast, incomes earned in the real sectors--products and service industries upon which ordinary households mostly depends for their incomes--have been stagnant.
A Short Ontology of the Spectacle Freeschool Papers. Toronto, 2014
In the footsteps of Guy Debord.
The End of Rational Economics Freeschool Papers. Toronto, 2012
The neoclassical assumption is that economics can be reduced rational men and women's optimization of their possibilities in perfectly competitive markets, However, in the real world men and women are not rational nor are market perfect. Economics real job is therefore to study how human networks and institutions create the economy that actually exists,