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.
In the October 2018 Taxcast: we speak to Nicholas Shaxson about his new book “The Finance Curse: How Global Finance Is Making Us All Poorer” released alongside new research from the Sheffield Political Economy Research […]
In this week’s episode of the Intelligence Squared podcast, Mariana Mazzucato, UCL economics professor and author of The Value of Everything, sat down with the UK Labour MP Stella Creasy in a wide-ranging discussion of […]
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