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.
Daphne Caruana Galizia was Malta’s pre-eminent investigative journalist. She exposed corruption at the highest levels of politics and business in the country until, in October 2017, she was murdered by a car bomb. Since her […]
20 March 2019 in Berlin A talk in our series “Economics beyond the Swabian hausfrau” Italy is a rich society served by an advanced manufacturing sector, where the rule of law is weak, however, and […]