Public Banking Hawks

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Renegade Economists Show 450! As broadcast on the 3CR airwaves 5.30 – 6pm Wednesdays. Subscribe to the free weekly podcast. Show Notes Dr Liz Elliot discusses the power of public banking in light of the recent election. Pfft banking fees, creating money out of thin air is what matters. Then we visit a bio-dynamics composting workshop to discuss this creative … Read More

Nicole Foss – Relocalising the Trust Horizon

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Renegade Economists 284 Leading economics – energy – environment commentator Nicole Foss joins to discuss the state of finance. She is in Australia on an extensive speaking tour. Support her work and your economic literacy by attending! Nicole Foss on the Renegade Economists by Renegadeeconomists on Mixcloud Subscribe to the podcast KF: Nicole, in terms of systems thinking, how does … Read More

Lehmann’s Case: Banker’s Duty of Care

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Renegade Economists podcast 255 Subscribe to the weekly 3CR podcast or listen live 5.30pm on 855AM (on the dial) or stream via here (top left hand side) Justice for the People, Not Banksters: Mayor Ken Keith (Shire of Parkes) & Prof Justin O’Brien from the Centre for Law, Markets & Regulation at UNSW discuss the Federal Court ruling that financial … Read More

Michael Hudson on Set up to Fail

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Renegade Economists Fifth Birthday – episode 252 Prof Michael Hudson discusses the state of modern economic warfare in a geo-political context. Is democracy dead? A special treat for our fifth birthday. Renegade Economists interview 05.09.2012 Interview with Professor Michael Hudson by Karl Fitzgerald Listen KF: We welcome to the show Professor Michael Hudson, Distinguished Research Professor at the University of … Read More

Denise Brailey on Low Doc Loans Scandal

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Renegade Economists Podcast 250 As broadcast on 3CR Wed August 22nd Listen to the Renegade Economist interview Denise Brailey is the President of the Banking and Finance Consumer Support Association. For the last eight years she has helped distressed home buyers investigate why banks lent them more than they could afford. Last week she presented to the Senate on the … Read More