Karl Marx argued that the bourgeoisie got rich by creaming their wealth off the proletariat who did all the work. Was he right?
Financial markets operate on hearsay for the privileged few. What if more people had more information – would the market be less imbalanced?
Too much government spending can raise inflation, which reduces the attractiveness of government bonds, making it more difficult to raise money – right or wrong?
Which comes first, demand or supply? If you want to grow an economy should you offer money or tax cuts to increase demand, or should you fund jobs to create supply and wages?
Is Trump right about that China, Japan and Germany are manipulating their currencies and, if so, will a tariff barrier really rectify the problem, or just start a trade war?
Steve Wright is leaving radio 2.
Globalisation could be slowing innovation. @profstevekeen explains why on this week's Debunking Economics podcast. Listen at https://t.co/aO1AJXSNnk or https://t.co/ucmOITQyRD