I would rank Janos Kornai amongst the five most innovative economists who have lived during my own lifetime Steve Keen is a Distinguished Research Fellow, Institute for Strategy, Resilience & Security, UCL Cross-posted from Steve’s […]
This is a short (for me!) video discussing why one entity’s surplus is another’s deficit in a monetary economy, and why governments running a surplus are making the economy weaker rather than stronger.
Academics in politics can end in tears as we saw with Yanis Varoufakis. Listen here
Professor Keen has been on a mission to expose the failings of mainstream economic theory and policy. An economics dissident and author of 2001’s Debunking Economics, he warned about the 2008 economic crisis long before […]
MMT proponent Steve Keen is running for the Senate in Australia’s upcoming election. In these unstable times this could be an interesting event. We wish him the best of luck. Steve Keen is a Distinguished […]
This was a very insightful interview with Kairin van Sweeden & William Thomson of Scotonomics, a YouTube channel that supports the campaign for an independent Scotland.
Whilst the UK still lumbers under high COVID infection rates, and the economic recovery stalls, with GDP growth now at a trickle, the government wants to raise taxes. Even if you believed it was a […]
Steve Keen is a Distinguished Research Fellow, Institute for Strategy, Resilience & Security, UCL
We’ve talked about the climate change crisis on the Debunking Economics podcast, but there’s a broader issue we all face, highlighted in the Club of Rome back in 1972. We are chewing up resources faster […]
Mainstream economics has come under attack lately. People have begun questioning its understanding of things like inflation, monetary policy, deficits, and how best to get out of a downturn. Steve Keen, an independent renegade economist, […]