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An interview with WBEZ on the one-sided view of economic reform. WBEZ writes:
This is the first episode of our new “Alternative Voices” interview series, where we talk to people who give us a different perspective on all manner of topics. Our first guest is Professor Michael Hudson, a research professor of economics at the University of Missouri in Kansas City and the author of two books “The... Read More
Please click on the following link to hear my latest radio interview. Partial Transcript Justin Ritchie: “There’s a lot of people on the left and the right who are becoming increasingly critical of Quantitative Easing and the question we have is how does it work? What does it mean that the US Federal Reserve is... Read More
This interview with Profs. Hudson, Bill Black and Randy Wray at UMKC describes how the U.S. Financial sector has become criminalized, and describes how the economy will continue to shrink sharply after the November presidential election.
Renegade Economists interview 05.09.2012 Interview with Professor Michael Hudson by Karl Fitzgerald Listen KF: We welcome to the show Professor Michael Hudson, Distinguished Research Professor at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, the leading Post-Keynesian university in America. It’s been fantastic to see, Michael, that the public profile of UMKC has really taken off with Randall... Read More
Prof Hudson appears on the Renegade Economists radio show to discuss the economic growth trap, compound interest, Sumeria, the corruption of economics and how US interests are flexing in the debate over what constitutes a CDO default in the EU. This interview was conducted just days before Greece was given another reprieve. Recorded March 7th... Read More
Michael appeared on Guns and Butter alongside Assoc Professor Stephanie Kelton in Rimini. Listen to the interview aired March 7th. Make sure you read Michael’s piece on Our Very Oscar Night in Rimini for more background. “There IS An Alternative To European Austerity: Modern Money Theory (MMT)” with Stephanie Kelton and Michael Hudson in Rimini,... Read More
Michael appeared on KPFK’s Background Briefing to discuss the recent Euro downgrades and the state of the EU. What is behind the S & P downgrades? Listen to the interview.
On November 3, 2011, Alan Minsky interviewed me on KPFK’s program, “Building a Powerful Movement in the United States” in preparation for an Occupy L.A. teach-in. Listen to the interview. To clarify my points I have edited and expanded my answers from the interview transcript. Alan Minsky: I am joined now by Michael Hudson. He... Read More
Hudson is in form on KPFK today with Alan Minsky. 17 minutes – worth doing the dishes to. Listen as the topics fly thick and fast.
Democracy Now Nov 3 2011 AMY GOODMAN: World leaders are gathering in Cannes for the opening of the Group of 20 summit today. That’s the G20 summit. On the top of the agenda is Greece and the European debt crisis. The Greek prime minister, George Papandreou, is coming under intense criticism from European leaders for... Read More
Michael was recently interviewed on the Renegade Economists following his visit to Medvedev’s Global Policy Forum. Listen here Transcription Karl Fitzgerald: Michael Hudson, our old friend here on the Renegade Economists, from the University of Missouri in Kansas City, has just returned from Russia speaking at the Global Policy Forum. Michael, tell us about the... Read More
Michael Hudson on Bonnie Faulkner’s Guns & Butter. Listen Here Guns and Butter: “Debt Deflation in Europe and America” Edited Interview by Bonnie Faulkner with Michael Hudson, September 2, 2011 (first aired on Pacifica, September 14, 2011). “Without consumption, markets are going to shrink. Companies won’t invest, stores will close, “for rent” signs will spread... Read More
Michael interviewed on Guns N Butter with Bonnie Faulkner Listen here Transcription Topics: The jobless recovery; the debt ceiling and default charade; China; Greece: banks, not countries, receive the bailouts; financial warfare; IMF and EU; European Central Bank; US credit default swaps; US agricultural exports create food dependency; currency devaluation devalues the price of labor;... Read More
Michael Hudson appears on the Renegade Economists podcast to discuss the motivations behind rating agencies, austerity aiding bankers, the disintegration of the EU and how property bubbles are to blame for so many of the global economy’s problems. Michael Douglas from Wall St: Money Never Sleeps makes a cameo appearance. Listen now Subscribe to the... Read More
Another excellent interview with Bonnie Faulkner. Topics covered: Financial and fiscal austerity policies; the appeal of economic austerity to bankers; economic depression and war; post-WWII vs. post-cold war economic policy; government to government grants vs. commercial lending; the euro and dollar; privatization in New Zealand and elsewhere; social unrest; speculation and prices; criminalization of the... Read More
Professor Hudson appeared on the Renegade Economists radio show in Melbourne, Australia last Wednesday. Listen
Michael Hudson as interviewed by Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez on Democracy Now! // // ]]> Summary: The Federal Reserve will pump $600 billion more into the U.S. economy and keep interest rates at historical low levels. The short-term impact of the Fed’s move—known as quantitative easing—has been a jump in stock prices across the... Read More
Michael Hudson on Renegade Economists Radio discussing China’s looming isolationism, the background on G20 austerity plans plus a few serves on what economics should be looking at. Hudson appears at the 2 minute mark. Audio – 22/06/2010 Subscribe to the Renegade Economists podcast
Hudson’s latest interview with Bonnie Faulkner, discussing his recent venture to Latvia amidst Europe’s current troubles. Why have government’s suddenly forgotten how to finance themselves? Hudson on Guns N Butter, June 2010
You can listen to this interview here.
Hudson on ABC International Professor Michael Hudson on ABC International (broadcast to 44 countries) – Monday 26th October
Renegade Economist Podcast 96 GrandTheftMonopoly
Interviewed by Bonnie Faulkner for Guns and Butter on KPFA radio, March 4th, 2009 The interview can be heard here.
Interview for DemocracyNow. Audio copy of interview. Transcript Both the House and Senate are set to vote today on the $789 billion economic stimulus package. The vote follows weeks of political wrangling that culminated in compromise legislation struck on Wednesday. The final size of the package is less than what both the House and Senate... Read More
Guns and Butter Interview on KPFA radio. For part one of this interview click here. I’m Bonnie Faulkner (BF): Today on Guns and Butter, Dr. Michael Hudson. Today’s show: “The Bailout’s New Financial Oligarchy.” Dr. Hudson is a Financial Economist and Historian. He is President of the Institute for the Study of Long-Term Economic Trend,... Read More
Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson’s “Plan” passed by Congress on October 3rd, 2008 Listen Here
Houses as a Tax Shelter, interview by Karl Fitzgerald, from the Renegade Economists podcast. Houses as a Tax Shelter
Radio interview, Lapham’s The World in Time on Bloomberg. Listen here.
Debt cancellation. History of Debt and Credit, Bloomberg radio with Lewis Lapham, Laphams Quarterly.
Bloomberg radio with Lewis Lapham, Laphams Quarterly. Listen here
Susan Weissman interviews Michael Hudson
Susan Weissman, an editor of Against the Current, interviewed author Michael Hudson this past April on her program “Beneath the Surface” on radio station KPFK, Pacifica in Los Angeles. Many thanks to Walter Tanner for transcribing. The following is an abridged and edited text of the interview. SUSAN WEISSMAN: MICHAEL Hudson, in the lead article... Read More
Guns and Butter, KPFA. Listen here
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