How did the US experience of coronavirus differ from that of other countries economically? What are the lessons to be learned and the changes to be made? Prof. Richard D. Wolff discusses these and other questions from the online audience at the New York State Bar Association.Read more
[S10 E31] New
On this week's show, Prof. Wolff discusses the following: the US is a poor place to raise kids according to a recent Forbes' magazine article...READ MORE
Is the U.S. a failed state in 2020? Experts' answers range from "maybe" to "hell, yes"
A massive economic collapse, a pandemic and a democratic crisis — on top of massive inequality. It's not great.
Richard Wolff was interviewed for this piece in Salon.
Prof. Wolff joins Loud & Clear's Brian Becker and John Kiriakou to talk about mass evictions facing millions of Americans.Read more
Dr. Richard Wolff discusses socialism, Marxism, capitalism, money & the FED with J Bravo.Read more
[S10 E30] New
On this week's show, Prof. Wolff discusses corruption of public workers' pensions, capitalist contracts displaced by legal fights, Canada's...READ MORE
The US Treasury announced that the budgetary deficit amounted to $864 billion for the month of June alone. Prof Wolff joins Loud and Clear to discuss this and other indicators that show we are economic collapse. "Stop believing the comforting nonsense that we are the greatest country in the world."Read more
[S10 E29] New
On this week's episode, Prof. Wolff presents updates on company cutting candy bar size but keeping the same...READ MORE
"A predominantly rural economy like India should use its population in low density non-urban areas to prevent the spread of coronavirus and build a more manageable food security system to counter the pandemic triggered slowdown, says eminent American economist Richard Wolff."
Richard Wolff joined Thom Hartmann to talk about how finances in the US are a huge threat to the economy are and every American.Read more
Julianna welcomes back recurring guest, Marxian Economist Professor Richard D. Wolff, to the show to discuss how Economists are warning Americans that while the recent unemployment numbers were surprisingly positive, the long-term consequences of the pandemic could be severe joblessness for millions of Americans faced with permanent unemployment. And according to Professor Richard Wolff, there has been a widespread understanding among experts that a whole raft of jobs would be disappearing in the next five to 10 years.Read more
Professor Wolff joins Boom Bust to talk about Trump's signing of the Hong Kong Autonomy Act and how the sanctions will affect China. "I'm astonished by the grotesque hypocrisy. Hong Kong was a colony of Britain imposed on the Chinese when they were weak. They always resented it. It was a lease, believe it or not, for 99 years. It expired 20 years ago and the Chinese have been saying for 20 years that they want that territory integrated back into their society. Every business that ever invested in Hong Kong over the last 20 years knew exactly what the future held in store. Those decisions to take those risks have already been made and mostly this is posturing by Mr. Trump."Read more