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The Finance Curse

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Can a country suffer from a Finance Curse? We are joined by Richard Werner and David Buik to discuss.

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Meet the Renegades: Stewart Cowley

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Stewart Cowley is one of the few people who has worked on Wall Street, The City and in the Fund Management Business who says openly the problem with the finance industry is they don’t understand the word ‘enough’. His admission is refreshing.

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The Finance Curse

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Are we better off today than back in the 1970s? The obvious answer would appear to be yes…but is having a lot more stuff now than back then, is that really what ‘better off’ means?

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The Housing Market vs. The Real Economy

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With rising rents, a housing shortage, record house prices, spiralling private debts, wage stagnation and rising inflation, are properties still a good place to put your money or is the UK’s obsession with home ownership going to end in economic tears?

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An interview with Michael Hudson

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The full transcript of our interview with economics professor and author, Michael Hudson where we discuss the phenomenon of debt deflation and how the economic curriculum should change in education.

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Meet the Renegades: Michael Hudson

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How could an economy that created so much debt also save the banks rather than the economy itself after 2008? In this episode of Meet the Renegades, economics professor and author, Michael Hudson discusses the phenomenon of debt deflation and how the economic curriculum should change in education.

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Unpacking Rent-Seeking

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We ask John Kay what the term ‘rent-seeking’ really means.

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Meet the Renegades: Joris Luyendijk on Approaching Bankers

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In this clip from our Meet the Renegades series, Joris Luyendijk discusses his unique perspective on how to approach bankers and why we should blame the 2007 and 2008 financial crisis on incompetence, not greed.