Interviews

Crimea: Geo-Political Gas

March 22, 2014
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More at The Real News Who In Ukraine Will Benefit From An IMF Bailout? Economists Michael Hudson and Jeffrey Sommers discuss how provisions in an IMF deal like cuts to gas subsidies and pensions will hurt the average Ukrainian citizens and benefit kleptocrats – March 21, 14 Bio JEFFREY SOMMERS is an associate professor...

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Ukraine, Austerity….Again?

March 17, 2014
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An interview with WBEZ on the one-sided view of economic reform. WBEZ writes: Both the U.S. and the E.U. have pledged aid packages to help Ukraine’s new government stabilize the country’s economy. The IMF also has a team on the ground in Ukraine, currently analyzing the country’s debt crisis. They expect to make recommendations...

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Monopoly’s Poster Children

February 16, 2014
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This is the first episode of our new “Alternative Voices” interview series, where we talk to people who give us a different perspective on all manner of topics. Our first guest is Professor Michael Hudson, a research professor of economics at the University of Missouri in Kansas City and the author of two books...

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95% Income Growth Goes to the 1%

January 16, 2014
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Interviewed by Lira of Boom Bust, starting at 5 minutes. Pt2 coming soon.

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Trade Advantage Replaced by Rent Extraction

December 17, 2013
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I was interviewed on the Renegade Economists radio/ podcast entitled Crony Competition on the road to Unearned Income: Prof Michael Hudson gives a wrap on the economics of 2013 as we discuss Detroit, Iceland, Madoff, Marx and Blackstone Capital. Why Comparative Advantage was replaced by Rent Extraction – with Prof Michael Hudson by Renegadeeconomists...

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Surviving Oligarchy

November 29, 2013
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A clip from Surviving Progress as so kindly linked to by Max Keiser and team. Please read my latest book for detail on the structures enhancing oligarchy.

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Extra Economist

October 20, 2013
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Please click on the following link to hear my latest radio interview. In Extraenvironmentalist #67 we discuss the implications of the bursting global credit bubble with economist and historian Michael Hudson. Our conversation covers many of the themes in Hudson’s new book, The Bubble and Beyond which covers the process of quantitative easing, neofeudalism...

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Global Property Ponzi Policy

October 7, 2013
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I appear at the 12 minute mark. Max Keiser focuses on the global property ponzi game. The UK housing policy ‘Help to Buy’ – a 15% underwriting of loans under £600,000 is a technique to re-inflate land prices. A 15% rise will bail out the bad loans UK banks have made. Meanwhile the tax...

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Game Over

July 20, 2013
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Prime Interest Interview

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Monopoly Price Tyranny

May 24, 2013
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Keiser-Hudson on bread to debt, 2nd half of the show.

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