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  • The EU Is 1 Big Scam & The Ukraine Is It's Next Victim...

    Professor Wolff joins Thom Hartmann. Joining the European Union has been a disaster for countries like Greece – Spain – and Ireland. Austerity cuts have decimated their already struggling economies. So why is Ukraine even THINKING of moving closer to joining the EU?

  • Global Capitalism March 2014 Monthy Update: Obama and the Economy

    Professor Wolff examines what Obama did, did not do, and aims to do in the face of ongoing economic crisis. Other major topics include the attack on employee pensions and the growing interest – in New York, the U.S. and globally – in worker cooperatives as alternatives to capitalist enterprises.

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  • The David Pakman Show Interview: Right-Wingers Favor Wealth Redistribution

    Profesoor Wolff joins David Pakman to discuss redistribution of wealth and stock markets

  • Hearing on “Worker Cooperatives – Is This A Model That Can Lift Families Out Of Poverty?

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  • Global Capitalism February Monthly Economic Update

    Updates on major economic developments since December:  Obama's minimum wage policy, the Federal Reserve's "tapering policy" and the new Janet Yellen leadership,  slowdowns in China and the emerging markets, and Thomas Piketty's new book Capital in the 21st Century on capitalism and inequality. Major discussion of the chief causes and social effects of increasingly unequal wealth and income distributions, and the myth of returning manufacturing jobs in the US.

  • Global Capitalism February Monthly Economic Update

    Updates on major economic developments since December:  Obama's minimum wage policy, the Federal Reserve's "tapering policy" and the new Janet Yellen leadership,  slowdowns in China and the emerging markets, and Thomas Piketty's new book Capital in the 21st Century on capitalism and inequality. Major discussion of the chief causes and social effects of increasingly unequal wealth and income distributions, and the myth of returning manufacturing jobs in the US.

  • The Big Picture RT Interview: "What to Do when Capitalism Fails"

    Professor Wolff joins Thom Hartmann to talk about Janet Yellen.  Can Yellen help guide the US through the stormy seas ahead or is it time to radically rethink our economic course?

  • Lee Camp speaks with Richard Wolff on The Moment of Clarity Show

    The new episode of the Moment of Clarity Show featuring economist Richard D. Wolff. There's a lot the big banks don't want you to know. In this episode we put on our rubber gloves and dive into it.

  • RT Interview: Richard Wolff on 90th Anniversary of Lenin's Death

    Today is the 90th anniversary of the death of Vladimir Lenin - the man credited with changing the course of history for Russia, and the world. His body is on public display in central Moscow, and just like him the ideas he launched a revolution for are not exactly buried. For Russians, 70 years of the Soviet Union left most people indifferent towards Lenin's legacy. Hovewer, the socialist ideas he fought for have gained some traction in the West. Economist Richard Wolff joins RT for a detailed look at socialist ideas.

  • The David Pakman Show Interview: Real Progressive Economic Change

    Professor Wolff joins David Pakman, host of The Pakman Show,  to discuss potential strategies to bring progressive economic change, including incremental vs systemic approaches, as well as economic rights, unionism, and small producerism.

  • Global Capitalism: December 2013 Monthly Update

    Updates and analyses of the last month's major economic events. We focus on the global capitalist economic crisis, government responses, and the growing challenges to contemporary capitalism. We examine resistances to "austerity," "deficit reduction" and other programs aimed to "socialize" the costs of capitalist crisis. Alternative theories for understanding these issues are considered. Likewise, we examine alternatives to capitalism as solutions to today's economic problems. When time permits, we open the floor to general discussions.

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