Watch as Professor Richard Wolff breaks down the root causes of today's economic crisis, showing how it was decades in the making and in fact reflects seismic failures within the structures of American-style capitalism itself. Wolff traces the source of the economic crisis to the 1970s, when wages began to stagnate and American workers were forced into a dysfunctional spiral of borrowing and debt that ultimately exploded in the mortgage meltdown.
Richard Wolff Discusses Greece Negotiations on RT International
Tyrel Ventura and Tabetha Wallace from Watching the Hawks interview Professor Richard Wolff about the House vote to reject the Trans Pacific Partnership and where this massive trade deal will go from here.
A film by Patrik Witkowsky, Jesper Lundgren, André Nyström and Nils Säfström. Distributed in cooperation with Fria Tidningar Media Cooperative.
This is a solid, thought provoking documentary covering a relevant economic topic in-depth. The question of capitalism’s grip on the modern world is highly relevant today and the film questions if we should be pushing for a democratic cooperative way of doing business, showing case studies of businesses who are surviving as democracies within a capitalist system.
“Capitalism’s Crisis Changes Politics: Seattle to Barcelona to Athens"
Thom Hartmann discusses with Prof. Wolff the state of the U.S. and world economies.
“As Capitalism’s Crisis Deepens, Thoughts of Socialism Return Again”
Development, Thought and Policy Lecture Series: Austerity and Neoliberalism in Greece, sponsored by the Julien J. Studley Graduate Program in International Affairs, at the Milano School for International Affairs, Management, and Urban Policy. Professors Richard Wolff and Barry Herman share their insights.
Prof. Wolff joins David Pakman to discuss ride sharing services like Uber and Lyft and the impact they have on local economies and regulated taxi services.
The Writers House at Merrimack College presents Richard Wolff"Taboo Broken: New Critical Writing About Capitalism"