Speeches

American Monetary Institute presentation

November 9, 2010
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Michael gave this presentation at the AMI conference recently. You can watch it in 5 parts on youtube via the AMI page or Steve Keen kindly recorded it all as a single file here. The audio is better via AMI.

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Slideshow – Lifting the Lid on the GFC

November 26, 2009
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Slideshow – Lifting the Lid on the GFC

See Michael in action whilst in Australia

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Lifting the Lid on the GFC

November 26, 2009
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You can listen to this speech here.

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Steering the Economy into Debt Deflation – Melbourne Town Hall speech

November 26, 2009
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You can listen to this speech here.

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Global Policy Trends in a Financialised Economy

November 25, 2009
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Global Policy Trends in a Financialised Economy – Federal Parliament’s Vital issues seminar. This speech can be heard here.

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The Earth v the Neo-Liberal Paradigm – Prosper Australia speech

November 25, 2009
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You can listen to this speech here

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Forever Blowing Bubbles

November 5, 2009
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The presentation from Professor Michael Hudson’s Sydney talk ‘Forever Blowing Bubbles’. The screen size is small to reduce the file size.

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Real Estate: Growth, Crash, or Soft Landing?

December 16, 2006
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Speech at Wariton Valley Community College. Listen here

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Privatizing Social Security to Inflate Stock Market Prices

November 12, 2002
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Contents Introduction Why it was regressive to fund Social Security as an autonomous system Financial engineering vs. industrial profits and employment Social Security, forced saving and Labor Capitalism What if the stock market does boom? Will that save Social Security? Introduction This would not seem to be an auspicious time to mount a campaign...

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Capital, capital everywhere – How to invest it wisely?

August 30, 2000
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With oil revenues soaring, the time has come for Norway to consider how best to apply them to strengthen its economic infrastructure and policy framework to promote the nation’s longer-term development. As matters now stand, the oil wealth is causing problems by making the krone a petrocurrency pricing Norwegian labor and industry out of...

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