The 3rd in a 10 part lecture series for the Global University for Sustainability, Hong Kong.
The 2nd in a 3 part lecture series for the Global University for Sustainability, Hong Kong. Photo by Scott Gummerson on Unsplash
The first lecture at the prestigious Southwest University, Chongqing, China: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VCh_xDHovxU Global U, youtube channel, posted on 21 April 2021, video, Wen Tiejun’s account of Michael Hudson’s Ten Lectures Global U weixin channel, an account of Hudson’s Ten Lectures. Global U weixin channel, article, Hudson’s talk in Macau Michael Hudson’s Ten Lectures in 70 sections (First 6 sections are for free viewing. As of 22 April, 10pm Beijing time, 44,000 people have viewed the first video released on April 21, and 8,000 have viewed the second video released on April 22.)
22/01/2021 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PtHX23Trvy4 Oscar Brisset: Welcome to the first event of the Oxford Economics Society for this academic year. I’m Oscar, the Co-President of our society, and I’m glad to welcome you back for another term of exciting discussions. Although we were hoping last term to be back in-person by January, due to the worsening Covid-19 situation in the UK our events this term are going to remain online, so that everyone at home can still participate. A new year calls for new resolutions, and our society’s resolution for 2021 is to increase the diversity of economic topics discussed. To give you an idea, we’ll be hosting a presentation on Decolonising Economics and its role in Emerging Markets by Dr. Ingrid Kvangraven, the executive board member of Diversifying and Decolonising Economics. We’ll be hosting Prof. ...
Keynote Paper delivered at the 14th Forum of the World Association for Political Economy, July 21, 2019. Today’s world is at war on many fronts. The rules of international law and order put in place toward the end of World War II are being broken by U.S. foreign policy escalating its confrontation with countries that refrain from giving its companies control of their economic surpluses. Countries that do not give the United States control of their oil and financial sectors or privatize their key sectors are being isolated by a United States imposing trade sanctions and unilateral tariffs giving special advantages to U.S. producers in violation of free trade agreements with European, Asian and other countries. This global fracture has an increasingly military cast. U.S. officials justify tariffs and import quotas ...
More from the Left Forum, 2019.
A presentation on the current contributors to growth.
One of the highlights of the NY academic calendar is the Left Forum. On this panel I was joined by Stephanie Kelton, alongside Gar Alperovitz, Pavlina Tchernova and Raul Carillo.
My annual panel with good friends Michael Perelman (Chair, California State University, Chino) and Bertell Ollman (NYU) at the Left Forum.
In May I presented at a SYMPOSIUM | Greece, Out of The Crisis: Debt-End or Dead-End. The presentation I gave (via Video Conference) was entitled “Why the Greek debt should be cancelled. It was odious in the first place.” It can be viewed via this link.