17 episodes

Writer and theologian, Keith Ruckhaus, and professor of economics, Alec Tsoucatos explain and explore strategies of a steady-state economics as a necessary alternative to globalized neo-liberal economics

The Bolder Boulding Keith Ruckhaus and Alec Tsoucatos

    • Society & Culture

Writer and theologian, Keith Ruckhaus, and professor of economics, Alec Tsoucatos explain and explore strategies of a steady-state economics as a necessary alternative to globalized neo-liberal economics

    The Bolder Boulding Session 13

    The Bolder Boulding Session 13

    Keith and Alec revisit a theme that has run throughout the series: What will it take to change the narrative away from the neo-liberal economic storyline that has dominated the American psyche for the last 50 years?

    • 49 min
    The Bolder Boulding Session 12

    The Bolder Boulding Session 12

    Keith and Alec continue their discussion of international trade within the context of steady state economics. They focus on reasonable and practical responses to the problems of globalization.

    • 50 min
    The Bolder Boulding Session 11

    The Bolder Boulding Session 11

    Alec and Keith discuss the issues of international trade as it relates to the strategies for a steady-state economy.

    • 54 min
    The Bolder Boulding Session 10

    The Bolder Boulding Session 10

    Alec and Keith discuss population control as another one of the strategies for a steady-state economy.

    • 34 min
    The Bolder Boulding Session 9

    The Bolder Boulding Session 9

    Keith and Alec expand their discussion of land as "natural capital" in connection with Herman Daley's and Henry George's advocacy toward restructuring tax to natural resources and away from capital and labor.

    • 53 min
    The Bolder Boulding Session 8

    The Bolder Boulding Session 8

    Keith and Alec continue to explore the critical relationship of land and economics. They explore the notion of ownership and property within the framework of capitalism and rights and the downward spiral of natural destruction, economic inequality, and exclusion of essential elements of life.

    • 35 min

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