Alternatives Economiques

Keynesian, critical of neoliberalism and sympathetic to anti-globalisation causes, Alter éco was founded in 1980 in response Margaret Thatcher's slogan "There is no alternative". Formed on cooperative principles, the monthly focuses on economic and social news and is not backed by any media group, surviving mainly on sales revenues.

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Fighting Poverty, an increasingly uphill battle in Europe
Europe: the winners and losers in the fight against tax evasion
Public debt: Europe is not that scary
Europe: 14 banks at risk
French nuclear power: a European problem
Electric buses: Europe struggles to take off
Why France is burning up on fuel price
Europe is getting warmer, and it’s not looking like it’s going to cool down anytime soon
Why Portugal isn’t doing as well as you might think
Ten graphs to understand the Greek crisis
Plastic recycling: uneven progress in Europe
European Values Survey
The different European railway systems
The “migrant crisis”: sorting the true from the false
Televisions and VOD
News and digital
The Europeans’ language skills
Why France or Denmark will win the World Cup
Europe drifts from its goals
Why Italy is fed up with Europe
Disparities in pre-primary school funding
Survey on working conditions - Eurofound
Annual survey of the European Observatory on Homelessness
How Airbnb lobbies the EU
Quality of Life in Europe Survey - Eurofound
OECD Development cooperation report
Survey of companies in Europe – Eurofound
The European Perinatal Health Report - EuroPeristat
Birds - collateral victims of intensive agriculture
Mapping media literacy practices and activities in the EU
Combat against tax evasion
Patent applications (EPO)
Asylum Seekers in Europe (EASO)
Public employees: Comparisons between European countries are deceptive
Non-employment: an additional indicator for the labour market
Gender gap in the ICT sector
Growing inequalities in European pension schemes
Energy consumption: Europe is going backwards
Quality of the air (EEA)
Safety and health at work (ESENER)
Housing exclusion (Abbé Pierre-FEANTSA)
Innovation and R&D (European Commission)
Gender equality (EIGE)
Macroeconomics (European Commission)
Housing in the EU (Housing Europe)
Pension schemes (OECD)
Renewable energy in the EU (EurObserv’ER)
Housing market (OECD)
In an increasingly unequal world, Europe resists
All over Europe, housing has become all too expensive
In Europe, too, equality starts at the kindergarten
Too many young people are NEETs
European football: ever richer…and more unequal
A multi-speed solidarity