Progressive Economics from John Maynard Keynes and the New Deal to John Kenneth Galbraith and Joseph Stiglitz and Steve Keen. This is low-budget, heretical economics from the other side of the tracks: the Commons and public goods, the centrality of effective demand, and the mismanagement of economies by monetary authorities and others closer to corporate power than fundamental understanding. More Demand Side is available at the lower case demand side or through the links at demandsideblog.blogspot.com
Today's Quiz:. Relay Paul Sheard
Why is this economic understanding wrong?
Demand Side identity crisis, plus Charles Plosser confusion
Another banking crisis ahead in Europe?
Admati and Weinberg, back to back, relay from Bloomberg
Relay with Bill Moyers and David Simon
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I don't agree with this guy, but …
I'm firmly on Hayek's side of the economic debate, but I try to make sure I hear all sides, and Alan Harvey tends to present his reasonably well, even if he hasn't changed my mind an iota. If you're a progressive and want to hear a well-reasoned, fair podcast on the opposite side of the Keynes/Hayek divide, listen to Econtalk with Russ Roberts.
I hope Harvey keeps it up.
Wish it were longer
This is an antedote (there are two few) to the great economic fallacies that are being perpetuated by the right. I hope this continues
Republicans are genious really! Not for what they know about economics but for tricking people into their ideology. There have been 2 great depressions in the last century and both have come after the largest tax cuts in our history. How do they even talk economics with a straight face? Alan Harvey, bean counter in chief for president!