Month: December 2016

Steve Keen on the Year Ahead

The start of the end of the Euro, the continued rise of the right, recession for Australia and a booming US economy thanks to Trump‘s spending program.

What Scrooge Could Learn From Keynesian Economics

If Scrooge had behaved like he did he in the last few pages of A Christmas Carol, he would be bankrupt. But he wasn’t good for the economy beforehand, either.

Bank Collapses, All Over Again.

We look at the state of banks around the world and economies teetering on the edge. If we are to face another global financial crisis, driven by bank collapses, how do the circumstances compare with 2007-8?

Is Productivity Really That Important?

Figures on productivity can be misleading, and hide the growing inequality in society. There are better measures, Steve Keen believes.

Why Debt is Like Sex With Accountants

Steve Keen talks the importance of double entry book keeping – something accountants might find more exciting than sex. If they even know what that is.

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