- Published on May 5, 2016VIDEO
Prof. Wolff joins News.Markets and explains why official US jobs numbers don't reflect the real state of the US economy and the average US worker. He believes the US needs a slice of the UK's Jeremy Corbyn to combat extreme inequality.
- Published on May 4, 2016VIDEO
Prof. Wolff joins The Big Picture's Thom Hartmann and discusses the lack of economic democracy in the current economic system. For a large chunk of the American workforce - capitalism is no longer working the way it's supposedly designed to work. Is it time to look for alternatives to the free market? And if so, where? Prof. Wolff offers Worker Self-Directed Enterprises (WSDE) as a solution.
“The place where most adults spend most of their life is at work, and there is no democracy at work”
- Published on May 2, 2016AUDIO
Prof. Wolff joins Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese on Clearing The Fog to discuss the current situation for workers and how they are building power to lift up wages and worker rights.
- Published on May 1, 2016AUDIOOn this week's episode of Economic Update, Prof. Wolff provides updates on slow US economy, money drives Yale, Chobani workers get profits, more car corps scandal, and Christian/Marxist dialogue. Interview with anti-poverty activist Rob Robinson.
- Published on April 28, 2016VIDEO
Prof. Wolff joins David Pakman to discuss the implications of the Panama Papers leak.
- Published on April 27, 2016VIDEO
Prof. Wolff speaks to The Levy Economics Institute. Sponsored by: Economics Club; Economics Program; Hannah Arendt Center; Levy Economics Institute.
- Published on April 21, 2016VIDEO
Prof. Wolff analyzes the economy of the US from a Marxist perspective. Capitalism yields an unequal distribution of wealth, creating unsold products, resultant from production power exceeding the purchasing power of the bulk of society. Credit is then created to fill the gap until the credit cannot be repaid. The system collapses, and the elite cause the victims of the collapse to be taxed en masse, to reset the system for another round.