A Series of Interviews on My Forthcoming Book — Part Deux

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The next part of the interview on my new book. This one deals with less methodological issues, as did the previous interview, and focuses on actual substantive issues. We discuss aggregate demand, theories of financial markets — including a discussion of what is and what is not a liquidity trap — and the distribution of income in capitalist economies.

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Philip Pilkington is a London-based economist and member of the Political Economy Research Group (PERG) at Kingston University. You can follow him on Twitter at @pilkingtonphil.
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5 Responses to A Series of Interviews on My Forthcoming Book — Part Deux

  1. If you put english transcription on your videos, many people will give thanks to you. Regards

  2. philippe101 says:

    I think the importance of Stiglitz’s work is that it demolishes neoclassical market fundamentalism on its own terms.

  3. LK says:

    Great interviews — have linked to them:
    http://socialdemocracy21stcentury.blogspot.com/2014/06/phillip-pilkington-interviews.html

    Also, one of your comments on my IS-LM post fell into my spam filter — only just found out today and published it.

    cheers.

  4. Be A Debaser says:

    Great interview. The sound quality is a bit off from time to time but worth sticking with it.
    Let us know when the book is available.

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