Ten years after the crisis, the Australian economist Steve Keen, who has recently joined Finance Watch as an individual member, calls his mainstream counterparts to account for (still) ignoring the very obvious causes of financial […]
I cover “the usual” in my talk itself: the empirical data that screams that credit plays an essential role in macroeconomics, the a priori reasons that mainstream economists ignore it, why this is logically wrong […]
Steve Keen takes a critical look at Monetary Monetary Theory.
Steve Keen debunks outsourcing and public-private-partnerships Listen here
Marking the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther’s challenge to the established church, the New Weather Institute and campaign group Rethinking Economics, with input from a wide range of economists, academics and concerned citizens, are challenging the […]
FT Alphaville interview by Izabella Kaminska encoded-773138d0559c746e466ac6247fb748ee-64.mp3 Izabella is one of the key intellects behind the Financial Times’ Alphaville project: to get an appreciation of her calibre, read her post below on the topic du […]
This is an excellent interview with Steve Keen. It is not as technical as is often the case with Keen and easily accesible to the non-economist Watch here
Renegade economist and friend of the show, Professor Steve Keen recently took the stage at the Sunday Papers event in London to discuss what you’re not being told about the global economy. Watch here