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Hudson tells an intriguing story on the evolution of labour from 12,000 years ago. What incentives were provided for labour to build the Great Pyramids without pay? The battle between finance, debt and land distribution is a long one. Read the show notes.
Leading Georgist author Fred Harrison delves into rentier controlled economic policy as we analyse human rights, land grabbing, neo-con policy mobility and the failure of the economics profession to recognise reality. Show Notes. He warns:
“We are in the final death throes of a cannibalistic kind of economic activity. It is devouring itself.”
Alanna Hartzok hits hard with her critique of US imperialism and asks if we are not seeing the end of the unipolar US era now we have the BRICS and Asian Development Bank. Show notes.
Phil Anderson gave a packed presentation at our last Punch Lane event. The leading economic forecaster tells a positive story on infrastructure, the Chinese cycle and the omni-present Australian property pressures. Show notes.
I spent most of my Economics degree telling family friends I was studying modern warfare. Listening to these four interviews, the economic pressures that reduce our freedoms are analysed, helping decipher modern day challenges of life on earth.
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