- Published on September 20, 2013VIDEO
Professor Wolff joins Danny Schechter to discuss the narrow coverage of economics in media, our fictional economic recovery, Occupy Wall St., and the structural problems that perpetuate a vast disparity of wealth.
- Published on September 14, 2013AUDIO
Update on fast-food CEO pay, lost output from Great Recession, US healthcare overcharging explained, Treasury Secretary Paulson explains his deference to bankers, and the 1% US poorest. Major discussions on differences and conflicts between big and small businesses in capitalism and how Marxian economics differs from Neoclassical and Keynesian economics.
- Published on September 3, 2013VIDEO
Professor Wolff joins Mike Walter on Biz Asia America to talk about the upcoming G20 summit in Russia and what can be done to spur global economic growth.
- Published on August 3, 2013AUDIO
Updates on latest US GDP growth, corporate guilty pleas in Gulf of Mexico oil spill disaster, "economic insecurity" in US, Detroit's new sports arena and Prince William's paid paternity leave. Major discussions of US disposable income drop, banks deny 10 million checking accounts, and remarkably favorable polling numbers for labor unions. Response to listeners on sources of capital for worker coops.
- Published on July 20, 2013AUDIO
Updates on Fiat labor struggles in Italy, stagnating real wages in US, capitalist corruption (US, China, Russia), "eminent domain" helps homeowners against foreclosure. Interview with Dr. Obery Hendricks, Jr., professor of religion and biblical studies: how the bible contradicts conservatives' interpretations. Responses to listeners on workers coops forming in Italy, how workers coops can manage growth, and US capitalists substituting stock for cash in paying workers.
- Published on July 15, 2013VIDEO
Richard Wolff joins RT's Peter Lavelle and Mark Levine on "CrossTalk." What does a globalized middle class mean for global capitalism? Has the system actually reformed itself since the 2008 slump? And, does the world have the resources to accommodate the demands of the rising middle class?
- Published on July 6, 2013AUDIO
Updates on political economy of "internships," Philadelphia public schools disaster, Obama criticized by South African unions. Major discussions of social costs of financial crises, "quantitative easing" policies, and the contradictions of capitalism (part 1). Response to question on workers self-directed enterprises as means for transition beyond capitalism.
On Economic Update with Professor Richard Wolff, Wolff and guests will discuss the current state of the economy, both locally and globally in relation to the economic crisis.
- on the Thom Hartmann ProgramPublished on June 24, 2013VIDEO
Professor Wolff talks with Thom Hartmann about the U.S. relying on the Fed to keep pouring money into the economy.