This is the recorded talk I gave to Positive Money Italy (http://monetapositiva.blogspot.com/) on November 23rd 2018. I explain that excessive private credit caused the relative boom in Italy before the crisis, and the collapse in […]
As someone who identifies as a Post Keynesian, and criticises mainstream economists for caricaturing rather than understanding Keynes’s novel contributions to economics, it was a great pleasure to be invited to address the Keynes Society […]
Debunking a typical economist error of composition: specialization may be good for you, but not for us. Complex diversity wins. Read here
This was a quite deep and extensive interview, made accessible nonetheless by David’s intelligent questions and requests for clarification. In just 27 minutes, we cover the fallacies in microeconomics the need to think of capitalism […]
If you are not an economist, this is a good introduction into political economy by Steve Keen. Steve Keen is Professor at Kingston University, London This first lecture for Kingston University’s introductory economics subject “Becoming […]
Watch Steve Keen discuss how mainstream economics acts more like a cult than a science, how mathematics has been misused by the economic discipline, and how with the right tools a grad student can make […]
The OECD established NAEC (“New Approaches to Economic Challenges“) in response to its failure to warn of the economic crisis that began in August 2007, and which led, a year later, to the collapse of […]
Steve Keen explains how economist have still do not grasp what caused the Great Financial Crisis.
Steve Keen discusses the nature of debt, why home prices will fall, and why the regulators and authorities are unable to disassemble the debt bomb.
After eight grueling years of austerity, Greece today emerged from its bailout program. The $330 billion in loans from the European Union, the European Central Bank, and the International Monetary Fund saved the country from […]