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Steve Keen (born 28 March 1953) is an Australian-born, British-based economist and author. He considers himself a post-Keynesian, criticising neoclassical economics as inconsistent, unscientific and empirically unsupported. The major influences on Keen's thinking about economics include John Maynard Keynes, Karl Marx, Hyman Minsky, Piero Sraffa, Augusto Graziani, Joseph Alois Schumpeter, Thorstein Veblen, and François Quesnay.

Steve Keen’s Debt Watch

Keko Pitch

Sister Keko Mary Stella explains the work of ARDOC. ARDOC started as a women led Community Based Organization formed and run by a group of community Volunteers, irrespective of their race, culture, religion or social status. The organization was formed in 2015 by 5 volunteers who were concerned about vulnerable young mothers and poor youth who had lost a sense of belonging as a result of the aftermath of chronic poverty, illiteracy, early pregnancy and other economic challenges. At that...

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"How the man who predicted 2008 sees current events"

That very provocative title was set for me by my hosts at the Regegeration conference I spoke at in Warsaw last week. They also gave me very little time--15 minutes, to be precise. So I put a number of "jump points" in the video to jump over lengthy explanations of arguments. This video reproduces that structure (but in 30 minutes rather than 15). In one or several subsequent videos, I'll provide the detailed explanations that I skip over here.

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Steve Keen Housing

There's no such thing as expensive affordable housing. House prices have to fall. We have worked out how to do that without losing home owner equity, and while benefiting renters. Share widely!

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Another LIVE event with Professor Steve Keen — Join us for a discussion

From the Climate and COVID and Climate Correlations, the New Economics (2021) of Professor Steve Keen is the topic of this weekly series. Minsky software walkthroughs are common, so come by, we want to hear what you have to say. We are always looking for new and novel ways to look at a complex subject or to the issues that matter to us most. This video is about all of this and more.

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Correcting the Economic Blindspot on Energy

This is a talk I gave to the INET (Institute for New Economic Thinking) group at Oxford University, which is headed by Eric Beinhocker. The Abstract of the talk is below. I open with a dilemma--how do economists derive such limited damages from climate change? The answer is--they made those number up, without taking account of the much more serious warnings by scientists. One of the reasons that economists could not understand how global warming would damage the economy is that they do not...

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Another LIVE event with Professor Steve Keen — Join us for a discussion

From the Climate and COVID and Climate Correlations, the New Economics (2021) of Professor Steve Keen is the topic of this weekly series. Minsky software walkthroughs are common, so come by, we want to hear what you have to say. We are always looking for new and novel ways to look at a complex subject or to the issues that matter to us most. This video is about all of this and more. Powered by Restream https://restream.io/

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