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Rare Wynne Godley Video Clips

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You might be aware of the hour-long Wynne Godley’s interview with Alan Mcfarlane from 2008 titled, Interview On The Life And Work Of Wynne Godley. But there’s a 90-second clip and a 19-second clip I found from 1993 on Getty Images with the descriptions:Budget discussionsBudget discussions; INT CMS Prof Wynne Godley (Cambridge University) CMS Prof David Currie (London Business School) Cambridge CMS Prof Wynne Godley (Cambridge University) intvw SOF – Doubtful whether economic turn around will take place as too many people do not have the money/ unemployment is rising and the devaluation will bring about increase in prices/ the ’81 recovery was a dead end/ it was a consumer boom that ended in disaster London CMS Prof David Currie (London Business School) intvw SOF – Can be sure that output

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You might be aware of the hour-long Wynne Godley’s interview with Alan Mcfarlane from 2008 titled, Interview On The Life And Work Of Wynne Godley. But there’s a 90-second clip and a 19-second clip I found from 1993 on Getty Images with the descriptions:

Budget discussions
Budget discussions; INT CMS Prof Wynne Godley (Cambridge University) CMS Prof David Currie (London Business School) Cambridge CMS Prof Wynne Godley (Cambridge University) intvw SOF – Doubtful whether economic turn around will take place as too many people do not have the money/ unemployment is rising and the devaluation will bring about increase in prices/ the ’81 recovery was a dead end/ it was a consumer boom that ended in disaster London CMS Prof David Currie (London Business School) intvw SOF – Can be sure that output will increase but will not feel like a recovery/ unemployment will continue to rise/ ‘Feel Good’ factor could take a year to find its place

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Budget discussions
Budget discussions; Cambridge CMS Prof Wynne Godley (Cambridge University) intvw SOF – It would take 2-3 percent growth to bring down unemploment [sic] and Govt state it will be one percent

Rare Wynne Godley Video Clips

Wynne Godley, 1993

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