Updates on labor protections for 'contract' workers, a green new deal for Greece, slowing US growth, and scandal of the used car market. Response to questions on reality behind 'recovery' hype and on poverty among those over 65. In depth critical analysis of markets and 'the market system'.
Bugün küresel kapitalizm dünyanın her yerinde tarihinin ikinci en kötü buhranıyla başa çıkma çabasında devasa sorunlarla karşı karşıya bulunmaktadır. Yarattığı aşırı ve giderek derinleşen eşitsizlikler milyonları kapitalizmi sorgulamaya ve ona karşı koymaya itmiştir. Ancak hangi fraksiyondan olursa olsun tüm sosyalistler kapitalizme karşı etkili eleştiriler getirmekte ve kitlelere ilham verecek alternatifler sunmakta artık her zamankinden daha fazla zorlanmaktadır.
The privilege of introducing economist Richard Wolff to Orange County on Thursday night, February 12 at Santa Ana’s nifty Delhi Center finds me (and you) with an opportunity to consider our complicated Dickensian moment as lived, imagined, celebrated and challenged in this beautiful, benighted county.
Prof. Wolff joins Tim Danahey on The Tim Danahey Show to answer these questions:
Monthly Economic Update is co-sponsored by Democracy at Work, Left Forum, and Judson Memorial Church. “The Economics of a New Year”
These programs begin with 30 minutes of short updates on important economic events of the last month. Then Wolff analyzes several major economic issues. For this February 4, 2015 they will include:
Running on an uncompromising anti-austerity platform, Greece’s Syriza party, the Coalition of the Radical Left, won a decisive victory over the conservative New Democracy party in the economically battered nation’s Jan. 25 election. Syriza fell only two seats short of winning an absolute majority in Greece’s 300-seat Parliament, prompting party leader Alexis Tsipras to form an alliance with the small, center right Independent Greeks party to form a governing coalition.