Anwar Shaikh, Professor of Economics at the New School, explores alternatives to economic orthodoxies, and the findings of his book Capitalism: Competition, Conflict, Crises.
Ann Pettifor – Can Society Once Again Make Finance Servant, Not Master of the Economy?
In February 2018, Jeremy Corbyn accused bankers of taking the economy hostage, and said in a speech that Britain’s financial sector will be “the servant of industry not the masters of all” if the Labour […]
Stephanie Kelton – Rethinking Fiscal Policy
Where does money come from? Lecture by Stephanie Kelton: Rethinking fiscal policy. Every school kid, worker to retiree should understand this so we can ask the real question: How to use our resources to serve […]
Macro n Cheese: The End of Dollar Diplomacy? with Steve Keen and Michael Hudson
July 9, 2022 Mathew D. Rose Austerity, Climate Crisis, Deregulation, Economics, EU politics, Finance, Financial Institutions, Globalisation, Inequality, Monopolies, National Politics, Neo-Liberalism in the EU, Privatisation, Sustainability, Tax 0
Listen Here In one of the most exciting pairings we’ve had on this podcast, Michael Hudson and Steve Keen join Steve Grumbine to talk about geopolitics, international production and trade, the climate crisis, and a […]
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