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Steve Keen, Mainstream Economics: Distraction From Inequality & Breakdown

The vid has 13:41 minutes. And it's very important in understanding the behavior of the macroeconomy. Inflation, profits, and unemployment don't show the signs of the coming crisis.

If you want to see the whole panel, check out the vid bellow.
Panel titled "Economics and the Powerful: Faulty Analysis, Economic Advice, and the Imperatives of Power" at the Institute for New Economic Thinking's "Changing of the Guard?" conference in Hong Kong. Featured panelists include Norbert Haring, INET Grantee Steve Keen, and INET Advisory Board member Robert Lord Skidelsky, with INET Executive Director Rob Johnson Moderating.

This post was last modified: 08.05.2013 11:59 by Helsworth.

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The problem with neoliberals is that they link inflation with overspending, and the problem with weak-willed social democrats is that they generate inflation for the sake of it.

Is there are any sane government nowdays?

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