Interviews with various individuals are presented below for your viewing pleasure.
David Cay Johnston, columnist at Reuters and lecturer at Syracuse University, sits down with New Economic Perspectives to discuss lessons from the financial crisis, the role of the press in the crisis, and the need for reporters who understand economics and business.
“In essence, Congress was putting handcuffs not on the people breaking the law, but on the agencies who were responsible for enforcing the laws.” Lynn E. Turner, former Chief Accountant of the US Securities & Exchange Commission, sits down with New Economic Perspectives to discuss the current financial crisis and why so few bankers have been prosecuted.
Professor John A. Powell of Ohio State University Moritz College of Law sits down with New Economic Perspectives to discuss the financial crisis, housing inequality, America’s dual credit system, and Occupy Wall Street.
Andrés Arauz, COO of the Banco Central del Ecuador, and Timothy Canova, Professor of International Economic Law at the Chapman University and a member of Sen. Bernie Sander’s Advisory Committee on Federal Reserve Reform, sit down with New Economic Perspectives to discuss lessons from the financial crisis.
The conversation spans origins of the crisis, deregulation, public jobs programs, financial crises in Latin America, derivatives, the Euro crisis, the dangers of a currency union without a fiscal union, debt forgiveness, an international common unit of account, monetary vs. fiscal stimulus, democratizing central banks, failures of quantitative easing, and campaign finance reform.
Professor John A. Powell of the Ohio State University Moritz College of Law discusses the four sectors of the US economy: public, private, non-public/non-private & corporate.
Stephanie Kelton leading a MMT seminar at Fields Institute
L. Randall Wray provides a crash course on Hyman Minsky’s to Peter Leyden at King’s College.
L. Randall Wray and Michael Hudson presenting on the History of Money and Debt. This presentation was the first session of Modern Money and Public Purpose. Presented at Columbia Law School on Setpember 11, 2012.