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8th Mar 21, 10:11am
Whether it be defeating the fascist disease, or eliminating the Coronavirus, history teaches us that not all capitalists are bad, Chris Trotter says
Whether it be defeating the fascist disease, or eliminating the Coronavirus, history teaches us that not all capitalists are bad, Chris Trotter says
8th Mar 21, 10:11am
23rd Feb 21, 11:13am
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James K. Galbraith blames the state's power outages and water shortages on a flawed free-market model for utility companies
James K. Galbraith blames the state's power outages and water shortages on a flawed free-market model for utility companies
23rd Feb 21, 11:13am
15th Feb 21, 9:03am
Those wondering why our Prime Minister was so willing to countenance breaking the Air New Zealand-Saudi contract should wonder no longer. Jacinda Ardern has sniffed the wind and smelled Joe Biden’s aftershave
Those wondering why our Prime Minister was so willing to countenance breaking the Air New Zealand-Saudi contract should wonder no longer. Jacinda Ardern has sniffed the wind and smelled Joe Biden’s aftershave
15th Feb 21, 9:03am
17th Oct 20, 9:31am
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Klaus Schwab thinks that now is the time to start reassessing sacred cows and disposing of defunct ideologies
Klaus Schwab thinks that now is the time to start reassessing sacred cows and disposing of defunct ideologies
17th Oct 20, 9:31am
3rd Sep 20, 11:19am
Author and Macquarie strategist Viktor Shvets on the impact of the Information Age and financialization, and how they are creating a different, new world
Author and Macquarie strategist Viktor Shvets on the impact of the Information Age and financialization, and how they are creating a different, new world
3rd Sep 20, 11:19am
19th Jul 20, 9:55am
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Angus Deaton traces the US's failure to manage the COVID-19 pandemic to the 1787 compromise that created the Senate
Angus Deaton traces the US's failure to manage the COVID-19 pandemic to the 1787 compromise that created the Senate
19th Jul 20, 9:55am
10th Jun 20, 10:07am
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James K Galbraith says expectations of a sustained US economic rebound ignore three major long-term structural changes
James K Galbraith says expectations of a sustained US economic rebound ignore three major long-term structural changes
10th Jun 20, 10:07am
6th Jun 20, 10:13am
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Klaus Schwab views the COVID-19 crisis as an opportunity to build healthier, more equitable, and more sustainable systems
Klaus Schwab views the COVID-19 crisis as an opportunity to build healthier, more equitable, and more sustainable systems
6th Jun 20, 10:13am
14th May 20, 12:03pm
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Massey's Christoph Schumacher asks: Is now the time to re-examine our attitude towards sharing?
Massey's Christoph Schumacher asks: Is now the time to re-examine our attitude towards sharing?
14th May 20, 12:03pm
10th Apr 20, 10:07am
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Willem Buiter explains why COVID-19 has made comprehensive state intervention in the economy both necessary and urgent
Willem Buiter explains why COVID-19 has made comprehensive state intervention in the economy both necessary and urgent
10th Apr 20, 10:07am
29th Feb 20, 9:25am
Patrick Watson of Mauldin Economics argues if American capitalism gives people the basic things they want, the socialist threat will go away
Patrick Watson of Mauldin Economics argues if American capitalism gives people the basic things they want, the socialist threat will go away
29th Feb 20, 9:25am
2nd Feb 20, 6:02am
Gareth Vaughan on how capitalism broke young adulthood, fighting fake news in Finland, the World Bank's Doing Business Report cops a serve, tracking the Coronavirus and political satire in the US
Gareth Vaughan on how capitalism broke young adulthood, fighting fake news in Finland, the World Bank's Doing Business Report cops a serve, tracking the Coronavirus and political satire in the US
2nd Feb 20, 6:02am
3rd Dec 19, 11:44am
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Davos boss wants stakeholder capitalism to replace shareholder capitalism, where 'shared value creation' includes ESG targets alongside financial metrics
Davos boss wants stakeholder capitalism to replace shareholder capitalism, where 'shared value creation' includes ESG targets alongside financial metrics
3rd Dec 19, 11:44am
14th Jul 19, 10:49am
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The United States has the resources to create a better capitalist system, and it is clear which policies can improve wellbeing. But the country needs to elect a president and Congress that can build this system
The United States has the resources to create a better capitalist system, and it is clear which policies can improve wellbeing. But the country needs to elect a president and Congress that can build this system
14th Jul 19, 10:49am
26th Apr 19, 10:54am
David Chaston on an existential crisis, how to save capitalism from itself, the challenge and what others, including billionaires are saying
David Chaston on an existential crisis, how to save capitalism from itself, the challenge and what others, including billionaires are saying
26th Apr 19, 10:54am
20th Apr 19, 10:02am
Geoff Simmons says capitalism can work, but only if it is a level playing field. Right now we have the opposite of a level playing field. We have a game that is rigged in the favour of a few
Geoff Simmons says capitalism can work, but only if it is a level playing field. Right now we have the opposite of a level playing field. We have a game that is rigged in the favour of a few
20th Apr 19, 10:02am
15th Apr 19, 11:35am
John Mauldin of Mauldin Economics believes the rest of the world will enter a period something like Japan endured following 1990, and is still grappling with today
John Mauldin of Mauldin Economics believes the rest of the world will enter a period something like Japan endured following 1990, and is still grappling with today
15th Apr 19, 11:35am
9th Apr 19, 3:02pm
John Mauldin of Mauldin Economics argues the next recession will be deep, long, painful, and probably truly global and persistent
John Mauldin of Mauldin Economics argues the next recession will be deep, long, painful, and probably truly global and persistent
9th Apr 19, 3:02pm
14th Mar 19, 9:48am
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Angus Deaton asks why, in advanced countries since around 1970, the economy no longer serves most citizens' interests, and he looks at what has been lost amid so much material technological gain
Angus Deaton asks why, in advanced countries since around 1970, the economy no longer serves most citizens' interests, and he looks at what has been lost amid so much material technological gain
14th Mar 19, 9:48am
20th Feb 19, 4:10pm
Patrick Watson of Mauldin Economics says if you fear Socialism then the best way to stop it is by cleaning up Capitalism
Patrick Watson of Mauldin Economics says if you fear Socialism then the best way to stop it is by cleaning up Capitalism
20th Feb 19, 4:10pm
4th May 18, 9:27am
Patrick Watson says free markets don't work well unless certain people lose - otherwise the entire system fails and everyone loses; which is happening right now
Patrick Watson says free markets don't work well unless certain people lose - otherwise the entire system fails and everyone loses; which is happening right now
4th May 18, 9:27am
29th Feb 16, 11:23am
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Koichi Hamada blames aggressive speculation for the yen's rise since the BOJ introduced negative interest rates
Koichi Hamada blames aggressive speculation for the yen's rise since the BOJ introduced negative interest rates
29th Feb 16, 11:23am
30th Dec 15, 9:42am
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Koichi Hamada sees China at a crossroads where central planning and the market economy clash; he wonders if they actually have the confidence to let market forces fix many of their issues
Koichi Hamada sees China at a crossroads where central planning and the market economy clash; he wonders if they actually have the confidence to let market forces fix many of their issues
30th Dec 15, 9:42am
25th Oct 14, 7:42am
The crime is not being rich, the crime is we don’t tax all the income that wealth can earn says Morgan Foundation's Geoff Simmons
The crime is not being rich, the crime is we don’t tax all the income that wealth can earn says Morgan Foundation's Geoff Simmons
25th Oct 14, 7:42am
24th Oct 14, 10:01am
Geoff Simmons thinks the Thomas Piketty inequality analysis suffers from being very Western Europe oriented, whereas the global picture shows a different and better picture
Geoff Simmons thinks the Thomas Piketty inequality analysis suffers from being very Western Europe oriented, whereas the global picture shows a different and better picture
24th Oct 14, 10:01am

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