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Professor Steve Keen and Friends

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Professor Steve Keen is an internationally recognized Economist. Described by Vox Day and Daniel Sanderson as "the greatest living economist", this video series is designed to bring out Steve's natural humility. Joined by regular guests Daniel Sanderson and Tyrone Keynes (Ty), the series will oscillate between friendly banter and economic excellence. WARNING: if you are a close-minded neoclassical economist, climate denier, or generally an angry person, this show is NOT for you. Hecklers will be ridiculed and escorted off the live stream. This series is for you if you value systems thinking and the capacity to critically assess your own beliefs. The previous iteration of this show was called COVID and Climate Correlation and featured special guests such as Jørgen Randers, Ian

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Professor Steve Keen is an internationally recognized Economist. Described by Vox Day and Daniel Sanderson as "the greatest living economist", this video series is designed to bring out Steve's natural humility. Joined by regular guests Daniel Sanderson and Tyrone Keynes (Ty), the series will oscillate between friendly banter and economic excellence.



WARNING: if you are a close-minded neoclassical economist, climate denier, or generally an angry person, this show is NOT for you. Hecklers will be ridiculed and escorted off the live stream.



This series is for you if you value systems thinking and the capacity to critically assess your own beliefs.



The previous iteration of this show was called COVID and Climate Correlation and featured special guests such as Jørgen Randers, Ian Dunlop, and David Spratt.



Jørgen Randers episode; https://youtu.be/xh60EZfzQMs

Ian Dunlop episode; https://youtu.be/BeQvY4RxOLM

David Spratt episode; https://youtu.be/MW-fD4ZxHok



FYI, Capitalism will NOT survive anything, and that's the point with @ProfSteveKeen's meteor metaphor. DICE is an integrated assessment model of the interplay between economics, energy use, and climate change. #Badfaith #SteveKeen #ClimateChange #postKeynesian #COVID #Climate
Steve Keen
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.

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  1. Yay, glad youre back Steve! Hope youre doing well.
    Any chance of some more on degrowth coverage on the horizon? (Apologies if ive jumped the gun on this – havent watched it all)

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