This is my keynote presentation at the 1st European Modern Monetary conference. I cover the fallacies that mainstream economists believe about money and why they are wrong, how their decision to ignore banks, money, credit and private debt in their macroeconomics depends upon the false “Loanable Funds” model of bank behaviour, and how private debt and credit explain the tendency of capitalism to fall into financial crises.
Steve Keen’s presentation to the OECD New Approaches to Economic Challenges forum. Watch here
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Steve Keen – The Cormann Conundrum: Is the new OECD Secretary-General a friend or a foe of environmental action?
Mathias Corman with an atrocious climate change record seemed the worst possible candidate as leader of the OECD. Now he has been appointed to the position. Steve Keen is a Distinguished Research Fellow, Institute for […]