Michael Hudson is both an outstanding non-orthodox economist and a leading researcher in the study of ancient societies. David made Michael’s work far more visible than it would otherwise have been, and of course he enriched that with his own anthropological studies. He is unable to take part in the activities for David this Sunday, so I recorded this brief conversation with him about David. We miss him, both as a friend as an outstanding and original scholar.
People feel defeated when they hear the grand cost of achieving carbon neutrality. But what if some of the solutions were to be found in revitalising the collective imagination, harnessing the dynamism of local communities […]
This 30 minute video introduction to the functioning of monetary (i.e. realistic) economies, drawing on post-Keynesian/Minskian insights
Many business books have been written on management but very few have sighted management as the stumbling block to fulfilled and engaged employees. After reading a library full of these tomes and then dropping out […]