Posts Tagged ‘ Stiglitz ’

Speculating on Quantitative Currency Wars

November 2, 2010
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An Interview with Dr. Michael Hudson October 21, 2010 Interviewer: iTulip’s Eric Janszen (E): Welcome Michael Hudson to iTulip again. Thanks for joining us. Hudson (H): Thank you, Eric. E: So we’ve had discussions in the past about China’s response to America’s escalation of the currency wars. Yesterday they made a bold move, raising...

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Why the IMF Meetings Failed

October 11, 2010
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And the Coming Capital Controls “Coming events cast their shadows forward.” – Goethe What is to stop U.S. banks and their customers from creating $1 trillion, $10 trillion or even $50 trillion on their computer keyboards to buy up all the bonds and stocks in the world, along with all the land and other...

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Latvia’s Neoliberal Madness

February 16, 2010
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World Economic Crisis: Latvia’s Neoliberal Madness You Think Greece Has Problems? Latvia’s Road to Serfdom By Prof. Michael Hudson and and Prof. Jeff Sommers While most of the world’s press focuses on Greece (and also Spain, Ireland and Portugal) as the most troubled euro-areas, the much more severe, more devastating and downright deadly crisis...

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Duck, Duck, Goose: Financing the War, Financing the World

April 23, 2003
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By STANDARD SHAEFER (Interview with Michael Hudson, author of Super Imperialism, Pluto Press, 2003) Now that even the LA Times has begun to show a modicum of willingness to discuss US foreign policy in terms of a potential imperialism, it has become clear that those on the right have avoided this debate so far...

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