1. Was Karl Marx always wrong? - Professor Douglas McWilliams

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    This lecture looks at the impact of globalisation, the distribution of labour incomes and profits. It points out that the multiplication of the world's labour supply has tilted the balance in…

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    • Should the UK Adopt Money GDP Targets? - Professor Douglas McWilliams

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      Following the lecture on 'A New Theory of Economic Growth' in the previous year, and with a new Governor of the Bank of England, this lecture looks at a different way of targeting economic…

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      • Taking Modern Money Apart - Professor Edward Nell and Professor Michael Mainelli

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        "Money just isn't what it used to be", my grandmother used to observe with a sigh... We could add today, and soon it won't be any longer what it now is! Money (and its relatives)…

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        • Is the growth in the emerging economies additional or are we growing more slowly?

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          The three eminent speakers look at the limits to world economic growth from an environmental and economic perspective. Will inflation caused by rising primary product prices be likely to be the key…

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          • Did China bring down the Iron Curtain? - Professor Douglas McWilliams

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            Was the decision of the Chinese leaders to follow the economic success of their neighbours the key point behind the fall of the Iron Curtain? Professor Douglas McWilliams argues that there was…

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            • The Greatest Ever Economic Change - Professor Douglas McWilliams

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              Are we sleepwalking into the most serious economic challenge that we have ever faced without any serious thinking about its scale and implications? We will examine the industrialisation of two thirds…

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