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Zoltan Pogatsa
Political Economy Podcast
Complexity in an age of economic crises, climate catastrophe, social injustice and post-democracy. Political economy with economist Zoltan Pogatsa. Social science reviews that are crucial in order to understand the world we suffer in. https://www.patreon.com/politicaleconomypodcast
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Recent Episodes
A universal job guarantee, provided by the state. Funded by monetary financing, as described by Modern Monetary Theory. To be spent on guaranteeing employment for those that the private sector is not willing or able to employ, regardless of job experience, race, age, or gender. Jobs created in...
Published 01/29/21
Less is More: How Degrowth will Save the World by Jason Hickel (William Heinemann Publishing, 2020) How we shall not reduce CO2 emissions without degrowth of our economic. How material use, emissions, and other forms of environmental detruction have not been decoupled from growth. Growth is the...
Published 12/07/20
Great Transformations: Economic Ideas and Institutional Change in the Twentieth Century by Mark Blyth  (Cambridge University Press, 2002) How economic ideas were used to restrict markets in the first half of the 20th century, in order to embed them in social institutions and state structures....
Published 10/26/20
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