David Harvey & Richard Wolff : Capitalism in Crisis?

Professor Richard Wolff website

Richard Wolff discusses the crisis of capitalism, how the US became so unequal–and why he believes revolution, not reform, is in order.

Other topics:   http://rdwolff.com/economictheory?page=2
Noted author, political economist and activist, Richard Wolff, in conversation with Robert Ovetz Ph.D. San Rafael CA, on January 7, 2012. Since 2005, Professor Wolff has written many shorter analytical pieces focused chiefly although not only on the emerging and then exploding global capitalist crisis. He regularly published such shorter analytical pieces on the website of the Monthly Review magazine and occasionally in many other publications, both print and electronic. The wide circulation of the shorter pieces coupled with the deepening crisis brought many invitations to present work in public forums

David Harvey Lecture
In this RSA Animate, renowned academic David Harvey asks if it is time to look beyond capitalism towards a new social order that would allow us to live within a system that really could be responsible, just, and humane?

Reading Marx’s Capital with David Harvey

Video:   David Harvey: ‘The financial crisis is an urban crisis’
Urban investment gets you out of a crisis but defines what the next crisis is going to look like, he argues. The emerging powers of the east are now in the midst of a massive urbanisation project and could fall victim to the same outcome
Capitalism Hits the Fan – Richard Wolff

Book: Capitalism Hits the Fan: Richard Wolff on the Economic Meltdown

GPIA Presents: Capitalism Hits the Fan Film Screening and Q&A with Professor Richard Wolff



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