Monday , February 18 2019
Home / Naked Keynesianism / A crisis gone to waste

A crisis gone to waste

Summary:
[embedded content] My interview with INET from January 2017 at the ASSA meetings in Chicago. From the INET link:After the Great Depression, global capitalism underwent serious reform. Why didn’t that happen after 2008?Matias Vernengo, Professor of Economics at Bucknell University, explains how a crisis can reveal that the dominant neoliberal orthodoxy is in fact based on a shaky theoretical foundation. But for new economic thinkers to capitalize on that requires a clearly articulated alternative—one that existed during the Cold War, but is just coming into public discourse now.

Topics:
Matias Vernengo considers the following as important: ,

This could be interesting, too:

Mike Norman writes Tanya Rawal-Jindia — Ricardo Hausmann Is Taking Milton Friedman’s Lessons to Venezuela

Mike Norman writes Ramanan — Jason Hickel — A Letter To Steven Pinker (And Bill Gates For That Matter) About Global Poverty

Mike Norman writes Michael Hudson — On Finance, Real Estate And The Powers Of Neoliberalism Trump’s Brilliant Strategy to Dismember U.S. Dollar Hegemony

Steve Keen writes The Unreal Basis of Neoclassical Economics

My interview with INET from January 2017 at the ASSA meetings in Chicago. From the INET link:

After the Great Depression, global capitalism underwent serious reform. Why didn’t that happen after 2008?

Matias Vernengo, Professor of Economics at Bucknell University, explains how a crisis can reveal that the dominant neoliberal orthodoxy is in fact based on a shaky theoretical foundation. But for new economic thinkers to capitalize on that requires a clearly articulated alternative—one that existed during the Cold War, but is just coming into public discourse now.

Matias Vernengo
Econ Prof at @BucknellU Co-editor of ROKE & Co-Editor in Chief of the New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *