Lunch with a financial newspaper

Zepra restaurant, Tel Aviv. The ceiling miror has a watercolor effect

Posted by Moran Beth Halachmi on 2008-12-13 08:02:54

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Casual business man in cafe reading financial newspaper.

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Posted by Brownstock on 2009-02-12 01:16:59

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Gordo feliz no caderno financeiro

Happy fat on financial newspaper

Posted by lapalu on 2008-02-25 03:40:12

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Professor Steve Keen on MacroVoices (4th May 2017)



Erik Townsend welcomes Steve Keen to MacroVoices. Erik and Steve discuss:

— Insights into the French elections
— The next move in the US Dollar
— Is the bond bull market over?
— Considerations on the levels of private debt
— The economics of China’s debt crisis
— Can we avoid another financial crisis
— Are we at the next Minsky moment?
— Housing bubbles in Canada and Australia
— Considerations for the U.S. housing market

Dr. Steve Keen is Professor of Economics, Politics and History at Kingston University, London.
He was one of the handful of economists to realize that a serious economic crisis was imminent, and to publicly warn of it, from as early as December 2005. This, and his pioneering work on complex systems modeling of debt-deflation, resulted in him winning the Revere Award from the Real World Economics Review for being the economist “who first and … Read More

[ Steve Keen ] — 4 May 2017 — On All Things Macro



Erik Townsend welcomes Steve Keen to MacroVoices. Erik and Steve discuss:

— Insights into the French elections
— The next move in the US Dollar
— Is the bond bull market over?
— Considerations on the levels of private debt
— The economics of China’s debt crisis
— Can we avoid another financial crisis
— Are we at the next Minsky moment?
— Housing bubbles in Canada and Australia
— Considerations for the U.S. housing market

Dr. Steve Keen is Professor of Economics, Politics and History at Kingston University, London.
He was one of the handful of economists to realize that a serious economic crisis was imminent, and to publicly warn of it, from as early as December 2005. This, and his pioneering work on complex systems modeling of debt-deflation, resulted in him winning the Revere Award from the Real World Economics Review for being the economist “who first and … Read More