900 Houses Enough?

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Hudson Multimedia highlights

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Following Prof Michael Hudson’s recent tour, here are more multimedia highlights: Visual: Hudson on ABC International with Jim Middleton. Hudson on Switzer – Sky TV Business. Forever Blowing Bubbles – Sydney presentation. Hudson tour slideshow Audio: Philip Adams Interview – Late Night Live The Earth v the Neo-Liberal Paradigm – Prosper Australia speech Global Policy […]

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Tyrannical Tax Magnet

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photo credit: ukslim The great ‘Texas’ tax dodge WHAT were they thinking? How could our leaders have made changes designed to ”better target and strengthen the application of capital gains tax” without seeing they would later allow companies associated with the misleadingly named Texas Pacific Group to make a billion or so dollars in capital-gains-tax-free […]

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Professor Hudson: Housing supply down, profits up

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Michael Hudson As published in the Business Age The 2nd most read article in the Age website on the day as per the graphic billing HIGHER land and house prices typically lead to an increased supply of housing. Yet at the peak of Australia’s perennial housing affordability crisis, the Housing Industry Association declared that there […]

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Hudson – What Caused the GFC

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[quicktime]http://www.prosper.org.au/wp-content/uploads/Hudson_ABCInt.mp4[/quicktime] Professor Michael Hudson on ABC International (broadcast to 44 countries) – Monday 26th October

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Hudson – Forever Blowing Bubbles

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The presentation from Professor Michael Hudson’s Sydney talk ‘Forever Blowing Bubbles’. The screen size is small to reduce the file size.

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Rising Interest Rates in Whose Interest?

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photo credit: the|G|™ Written Oct 16th Raising interest rates will do little to address underlying economic issues, says visiting US economist Professor Michael Hudson. “The market factoring in 7 interest rates rises spells danger for the Australian economic miracle” warns Professor Hudson. “Governments must use tax policy rather than monetary policy to address asset bubbles. […]

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