Published: 1 December 2015
Guests: Martin Sanbu
In this episode of Meet The Renegades we speak to economics writer Martin Sandbu from the Financial Times.
His recently released book ‘Europe’s Orphan: The Future of the Euro and the Politics of Debt’ attacks the current thinking of what politicians and policy makers in Brussels and Frankfurt consider to be self-evident.
In this show, Martin gives us some unconventional and fresh insight into the eurocrisis and argues that the Euro has been the scapegoat for all of Europe’s current economic problems.
Has the real problem been the fact that the real issue lays within our leaders’ inability to think differently?
Why is the ability to call a home your own becoming the privilege of the few as opposed to the right of the many?
What if the racism and inequality that America faces today are not accidental but actually happened by design?
Today, Australians are world champions in private debt, the country presides over a massive housing affordability crisis, and inequality rages. What went wrong down under?