Hudson – Looking at the economic changes ahead

Zelda RiddellCommentary, Hot Issues, InternationalLeave a Comment

Renegade Economists Show #279 Listen to the show Subscribe to the podcast This week on Renegade Economists we’re talking to Michael Hudson, economics research professor at the University of Missouri Kansas City, prolific writer and author of half a dozen books on the United State’s economy. Michael’s been paying close attention to China as they prepare their speculative report on … Read More

Smooth sailing from here on?

Zelda RiddellArticlesLeave a Comment

Renegade Economists Show #278 Listen to the show Subscribe to the podcast This week on Renegade Economists we’re talking to Phil Anderson, an economic forecaster of business cycles and director of the Economic Indicator Service. Phil’s an optimist and is expecting this cycle to be a strong one. Cheap energy and cheap money are the triggers for a new American … Read More

Beyond Flat Earth Economics

Karl FitzgeraldArticlesLeave a Comment

A document prepared for the 2013 Sustainable Living Festival, where a talk on this topic was delivered. Download the PDF with poster designs (10MB). We have just seven years until the 2020 deadline for significant pollution reductions. To speed this process up, the public must understand the drivers of business behaviour and how this impacts our lives. Economics is the … Read More

The Next Economy – Capitalism 3.0

Karl FitzgeraldTrue Cost EconomicsLeave a Comment

For those interested in a vision of a sane economy, member K.D summarised her key learnings from Peter Barnes’ landmark 2007 book Capitalism 3.0. Acting on his beliefs, Peter kindly donated the book to the commons, allowing it to be downloaded (pdf). It can be purchased here. Most of these are direct transcriptions from the book. CAPITALISM 3.0 A GUIDE … Read More

Real Estate 4 Ransom recognition

Karl FitzgeraldFeatures, MultimediaLeave a Comment

One of the world’s leading online film portals, Films for Action, has adjudged Real Estate 4 Ransom at #2 for documentaries in 2012. This ranked above Just Do It and 97% Owned. They say: Tapping into independent media and the independent films below, though, and it’s clear that we’re living during the beginnings of what many believe is the greatest … Read More