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A collection of speeches and interviews with Economists, Economic Pundits and Financial Consultants on the topics of Economics, Monetary Reform, Globalisation, Banking, Financial Fraud and the Global Fincancial Crisis.

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A collection of speeches and interviews with Economists, Economic Pundits and Financial Consultants on the topics of Economics, Monetary Reform, Globalisation, Banking, Financial Fraud and the Global Fincancial Crisis.

    L. Randall Wray — L. Randall Wray interviewed by Ian Masters on KPFK FM-90.7 - Los Angeles

    L. Randall Wray — L. Randall Wray interviewed by Ian Masters on KPFK FM-90.7 - Los Angeles

    L. Randall Wray — L. Randall Wray interviewed by Ian Masters on KPFK FM-90.7 - Los Angeles Economist Randall Wray joins us for a macro-economic analysis of adverse economic trends at home and abroad amid dire predictions of a double-dip recession in the U.S. and defaults in Europe. We will try to connect the dots to see if we are indeed at a Smoot-Hawley moment where the Congress, instead of reversing economic decline, has accelerated it. Download L. Randall Wray's website is: New Economic Perspectives Source: New Economic Perspectives Aired: 8/04/11 12:00 AMThis podcast is an aggregate of audio files freely available online. Please visit the original source and subscribe to the host website.

    Michael Hudson — "Guns, Finance and Butter - Finance Is the New Mode of Warfare" on Guns and Butter

    Michael Hudson — "Guns, Finance and Butter - Finance Is the New Mode of Warfare" on Guns and Butter

    "Guns, Finance and Butter - Finance Is the New Mode of Warfare" with Michael Hudson on Guns and Butter, for July 13, 2011 - 1:00pm The jobless recovery; the debt ceiling and default; China; Greece; banks, not countries, receive the bailouts; financial warfare; IMF and EU; European Central Bank; US credit default swaps; US agricultural exports create food dependency; currency devaluation devalues the price of labor; class war of banks against the rest of society. Download Michael Hudson's website is: http://www.michael-hudson.com Source: KPFA Guns & Butter Aired: 7/13/11 12:00 AMThis podcast is an aggregate of audio files freely available online. Please visit the original source and subscribe to the host website.

    Michael Hudson — "Debt Deflation in Europe and America" on Guns and Butter

    Michael Hudson — "Debt Deflation in Europe and America" on Guns and Butter

    "Debt Deflation in Europe and America" with Michael Hudson on Guns and Butter, for September 14, 2011 - 1:00pm European banking crisis causing a constitutional crisis of the European Central Bank; Germany; the myth of Social Security in the US.; bank balance sheet crisis; food, fuel and climate crisis; the super congress; debt deflation; FHA lawsuit against the banks; criminalization of the financial sector; Modern Monetary Theory; the coming lost decade; debt cancellation. Download Michael Hudson's website is: http://www.michael-hudson.com Source: KPFA Guns & Butter Aired: 9/14/11 12:00 AMThis podcast is an aggregate of audio files freely available online. Please visit the original source and subscribe to the host website.

    Marshall Auerback — “How Japan Will Bounce Back” - Radio Free Dylan (Mar 18, 2011)

    Marshall Auerback — “How Japan Will Bounce Back” - Radio Free Dylan (Mar 18, 2011)

    Marshall Auerback —  “How Japan Will Bounce Back” - Radio Free Dylan (Mar 18, 2011) Episode 41: How Japan Will Bounce Back with Marshall Auerback What does the earthquake mean to Japan’s fiscal future? Will one of the possible ripple effects of the disaster in Japan be a period of meaningful economic growth? Is the correct response to an environment of deprived economic activity to cut, or is it to invest and spend? Whether to cut or whether to spend is a raging debate, not only in Japan, but one that is active in our own country as well. Listen in as Dylan talks with Marshall Auerback about how Japan and the U.S. can begin to allocate capital in a way that solves problems, ultimately bringing advancement in infrastructure, society, and social structure. You can read Marshall’s most recent post at New Deal 2.0: What Does The Earthquake Mean to Japan’s Fiscal Future? Download Marshall Auerback's website is: New Deal 2.0 BIO: Marshall Auerback is a Senior Fellow at the Roosevelt Institute. He currently serves as a global portfolio strategist for Madison Street Partners, LLC, a Denver-based hedge fund. From 1983-1987, he was an investment manager at GT Management (Asia) Limited in Hong Kong, where he focused on the markets of Hong Kong, the ASEAN countries, New Zealand and Australia. From 1988-91, Mr. Auerback was based in Tokyo, where his Pacific Rim expertise was broadened to include the Japanese stock market. Source: Radio Free Dylan Aired: 3/18/11 12:00 AMThis podcast is an aggregate of audio files freely available online. Please visit the original source and subscribe to the host website.

    James K. Galbraith — "The Affluent Society & Other Writings 1952-1967" - Free Library of Philadelphia (Nov 18, 2010)

    James K. Galbraith — "The Affluent Society & Other Writings 1952-1967" - Free Library of Philadelphia (Nov 18, 2010)

    James K. Galbraith — "The Affluent Society & Other Writings 1952-1967" - Free Library of Philadelphia (Nov 18, 2010) James K. Galbraith is a professor of economics and the Lloyd M. Bentsen, Jr., Chair in Government/Business Relations at the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas at Austin. A regular contributor to The Nation and Mother Jones, Galbraith is the author of The Predator State, Balancing Acts, and Created Unequal, all of which examine different aspects of the distribution of wealth in the United States. His new book collects the notable writings of his father--renowned economist John Kenneth Galbraith--including American Capitalism, The Affluent Society, and The New Industrial State into one definitive volume. Download James K. Galbraith's website is: James K. Galbraith Source: Free Library of Philadelphia Aired: 11/18/11 12:00 AMThis podcast is an aggregate of audio files freely available online. Please visit the original source and subscribe to the host website.

    James K. Galbraith — "A Progressive Economist" - ElectricPolitics (Sep 26, 2006)

    James K. Galbraith — "A Progressive Economist" - ElectricPolitics (Sep 26, 2006)

    James K. Galbraith — "A Progressive Economist" - ElectricPolitics (Sep 26, 2006) The venerable tradition of political economy hasn't died out (yet) but practitioners have become uncommonly hard to find. James K. Galbraith, who penned a wonderfully sharp critique of our economic system earlier this year in Mother Jones, and is at work on a larger version (as well as having another new book about to be published), brings iconoclastic, innovative sensibilities to a wide range of issues. I'm always delighted to hear reasonable solutions—even half-way solutions—that may be less well-known but are eminently bleeding-edge, especially from a committed progressive. My sincere thanks to James for sharing his thoughts. Total runtime an hour and thirty three minutes. Enjoy! Download James K. Galbraith's website is: James K. Galbraith Source: Electric Politics Aired: 09/026/06 12:00 AMThis podcast is an aggregate of audio files freely available online. Please visit the original source and subscribe to the host website.

Customer Reviews

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12 Ratings

12 Ratings

Ananiya ,

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Anyone who is interested in knowing how monetary operations and how the US economy works, listen to any of the podcasts with Randy Wray, Warren Mosler in the head lines. You will be miles ahead of the main stream media who don't have a clue.

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Michael Hudson Interview

This interview was a complete waste of time. The interviewee was asked a single question and expounded for 15 minutes on political drivel. The contortions you have to go through to make it make sense is tiring. Hudson's agenda was obvious and boring. I will give the podcast a fair shake and listen to another guest. Hopefully this go-round is more interesting. No fault of the host, rather this specific guest.

Bryanvn ,

Valuable resource

Thanks and please continue posting, I challenge anyone to test the predictive and policy positions of those posted here against anyone else.

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