The next big recession – when, where and how

It seems like we’re due another recession. If you include the dot-com bust then we’ve had significant downturns every 78-9 years since the 1970s. So, even though it feels like we haven’t recovered from the last one, we appear to be hurtling to another one soon. Phil Dobbie talks to Prof Steve Keen about what will be the trigger this time, how far it will spread and what, if anything, can Central Banks do to prevent it?

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