World Bank and International Monetary Fund Global Coercion

Prof. Wolff joins Eugene Puryear and Sean Blackmon to talk about how U.S. Presidents, the World Bank and IMF use economic sanctions and aid to coerce foreign leaders, the state of the global and US economy, and the ongoing trade war between China and the U.S. This interview can be heard courtesy of Sputnik Radio.

 


Socialism Represents the Critical Demand to Extend Democracy into The Economic Sphere

Prof. Wolff talks with Algerian journalist Mohsen Abdelmoumen to discuss socialism's place in our economic future. This article appears courtesy of American Herald Tribune, Europe’s most widely read English language newspaper.


Economic Update: U.S. Economy and the Market

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This week on Economic Update Professor Wolff delivers an analysis of the state of the U.S. economy at summer's end, 2019 and it’s a decidedly mixed picture. 

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Questioning Socialism – A Constructive Debate

Prof. Wolff joins ActTVism Munich to talk about neoliberalism, capitalism & socialism. In addition, Prof. Wolff is questioned about the underlying principles and methods of socialism and whether a reformist or revolutionary approach is required in order to improve the system.

 

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GM Strike Shows The Labor Movement Is On the Rise

Prof. Wolff talks with The Hill on what the latest GM strike means for the labor movement overall.

 

 

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The Last Time Banks Did This, They Caused A Financial Crash

Prof. Wolff joins The Thom Hartmann Program to illuminate how banks are supposed to hold a percentage of every dollar in reserves, which means they have a large pile of money. What happens if the government wants to stimulate the economy, by telling the banks they can lend out part of their held deposits or all of it? The last time the banks were able to lend out their reserves, we found ourselves in a global financial crash.

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Peculiarities of the Chinese Economic System

US-China trade war, peculiarities of the Chinese economic system and what an economic slowdown in China would mean for the global economy.

Watch the discussion here on with Michele Greenstein on News with Rick Sanchez


School Grades as Capitalist Control

Grading teaches meritocracy, which in turn helps deflect blame for capitalism's failures onto its victims. Grades are capitalism in action. Let's get them out of our schools. 
See it here on the The Zero Hour with RJ Eskow

 


Economic Update: Capitalism in Decline

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The first half of this week’s episode of Economic Update features a discussion by Professor Wolff on the parallels of declining capitalism in the UK and the U.S. and how the...READ MORE


No One Can Rescue Hong Kong

Discussion the ongoing Hong Kong protests and its effect on the US-China trade war. China "will not negotiate any cost to their sovereignty" and protesters' attempts to entreat US or UK for aid against Beijing is "far fetched."

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