Banks Profit Going Up and Down

Michael Hudson on Renegade Economists Radio discussing China's looming isolationism, the background on G20 austerity plans plus a few serves on what economics should be looking at. Hudson appears at the 2 minute mark. Audio - 22/06/2010 Subscribe to the Renegade Economists podcast

Grand Theft Monopoly

Renegade Economist Podcast 96 "As broadcast on the mighty – Professor Michael Hudson excels in describing globalisation from a financial snipers perspective, analysing how real estate (land) is used in the game of currency siphoning out of Latvia, Eastern Europe and Russia. What does neo-liberalism deliver? Who is behind the controls? Also gold, white collar sub-prime crime and GW’s departing deception." GrandTheftMonopoly

Guns and Butter – "The Way We Were and What We Are Becoming"

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Interviewed by Bonnie Faulkner for Guns and Butter on KPFA radio, March 4th, 2009 "The Way We Were and What We Are Becoming" with financial economist and historian, Dr. Michael Hudson. We begin with an analysis of the continuing bailout of insurance giant AIG and Monday's stock market selloff; price and debt deflation; the two sectors of the economy; two definitions of 'free markets'; the classical economists; revolution from the right and the former Soviet states; the threat of war; IMF/World Bank resurgence; the dollar versus the euro; analogies to Rome, neo-feudalism. The interview can be heard here.

Guns and Butter: The Bailout’s New Financial Oligarchy

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Guns and Butter Interview on KPFA radio. For part one of this interview click here. “If you want to see the ideal of the World Bank and the IMF, look at the Russian, Latvian and Estonian economies. They have shrunk as if there were a war on. And in a sense it is a war – a class war and simultaneously a war of American high finance against the rest of world. As in military wars, its devastating consequences threaten to include shortening life expectancy, lower health standards and depopulation, poverty and de-industrialization, rising debt arrears and defaults. You’re going to have many of the post-Soviet countries going the way of Iceland very quickly as their real estate debt collapses. Because crazy ...