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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

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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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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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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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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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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Another planksip 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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From Economic Fantasy to Ecological Reality on Climate Change

This was an invited talk to the Oxford Department of International Development "Climate Change and the Challenges of Development Lecture Series", on my criticisms of the application of neoclassical economics to climate change. I focus on the new paper by Dietz et al. that allegedly calculates the economic costs of tipping points: Dietz, S., J. Rising, T. Stoerk and G. Wagner (2021). "Economic impacts of tipping points in the climate system." Proceedings of the National...

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Book Launch for The New Economics: A Manifesto. Talk to Economic Society of Australia

This is a high-speed outline of the key points in my new book that challenge mainstream Neoclassical economic thinking. The topics covered are endogenous money ("Bank Originated Money and Debt") versus the empirically false mainstream model of Loanable Funds; the role of energy in production, and how the mainstream Cobb Douglas Production Function understates the role of energy in production by at least one order of magnitude; and how mainstream climate change economics has...

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Wise Response NewZealand Seminar on Biophysical Limits To Growth

This was an excellent seminar organised by Wise Response New Zealand, a coalition of academics, engineers, lawyers, artists, sportspeople etc who are calling on New Zealand’s Parliament to comprehensively assess imminent risks to New Zealand and to draw up plans to deal with them. The seminar webpage is http://wiseresponse.org.nz/2021/08/31/seminar-are-there-biophysical-limits-to-growth/ The speakers were (in order): Associate Professor Simon Michaux (Geology) Professor Steve Keen...

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