Fall Semester 2009:
- James Galbraith's recent comment on Bernanke's confirmation on the site of the NewsHour 12/16 can be found here.
- James Galbraith's recent brief comment on the site of the NewsHour 12/03 can be found here.
- James Galbraith's recent interview with Al Jazeera on the jobs question 12/03 can be found here.
- James Galbraith's recent essay called "Old Mistakes Die Hard" appeared 11/23 on the Huffington Post, New Deal 2.0 and some other sites can be found here.
- James Galbraith participated in a discussion of the dangers facing the economy on Fox Business on Nov. 25. It can be watched here.
- The Intelligence-Squared debate held on Monday, November 16 in New York is now available
in video on-line at: here.
The proposition was: "Obama's Economic Policies are Working Effectively"
In favor: Mark Zandi, Steve Rattner, Larry Mishel.
Opposed: James Galbraith, Allan Meltzer, Eliot Spitzer.
The debate airs on Bloomberg Radio Nov 23-25.
- James Galbraith's recent intervew on Yahoo Finance Channel on Nov. 20 may be found here ("A Govt. Not Run by the Financial Sector": James Galbraith's Rx for Wall Street Reform), here (We Need a Second Stimulus Immediately, Says James Galbraith) and here ("A Truly Extraordinary Slump": Reports of Robust Recovery Premature, James Galbraith Says).
- On Friday November 13, Economists for Peace and Security organized a symposium in at the
Ronald Reagan International Trade Center Washington, in collaboration with the New
America Foundation and the Initiative for Rethinking the Economy. The event comprised
three panels -- on financial reform, on jobs and housing, and on the international dollar
-- plus two keynote addresses, from Damon Silvers of the Congressional Oversight Panel
and Phil Angelides of the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission.
The entire event was web-cast to an audience of about 6500. Now the video has been
uploaded to the EPS site, where you can access it at here.
- James Galbraith will be on Bill Moyers's Journal Friday night, to discuss the 80th anniversary of the
Great Crash and the new edition of a certain book by that title, just released in the US
from Houghton-Mifflin and in the UK by Penguin.
- James Galbraith's speech to the SRI in the Rockies Conference Oct 26 may be heard here.
- James Galbraith recently hosted "Book Salons" on the web-site FireDogLake for Bob
Auerbach's "Deception and Abuse at the Fed" and for Bruce Bartlett's "The New American
Economy." Both begin with short personal/biographical reflections. Read here and here.
- James Galbraith's recent interview in Libération on September 30 could be heard here.
- James Galbraith's recent radio interview on France Inter could be heard here.
- James Galbraith's recent interview with France Inter, "La Rue des Entrepreneurs" was broadcast on October 10. It starts about three minutes in:http://sites.radiofrance.fr/franceinter/em/ruedesentrepreneurs/index.php?id=84053.
- James Galbraith's recent speech at the Royal Society, London, on "The Great Crisis and the Dismal Science" can be heard here.
- James Galbraith's recent podcast interview in London with OpenDemocracy, October 3, could be found here.
- James Galbraith's recent interview published in Le Monde Economie, October 10, headlined, "The Social Security Crisis is a Myth" could be found here. For the clip file, click here.
- James Galbraith's recent interview with John Hanrahan of the Nieman Watchdog Project, published October 8, could be found here.
- Thomas Frank's recent comment on The Predator State on 10/7 WSJ could be found here.
- James Galbraith's recent interview on MediaPart could be found here.
- James Galbraith's recent interview with McClatchy on his book The Predator State could be found here.
- James Galbraith's recent interview on 9/30 the French late-night TV program "Ce Soir ou Jamais" to discuss the financial crisis could be found here.
- Steve Clemons of the New American Foundation posts an short blog-interview with James Galbraith could be found here. The interview followed a panel presentation in DC on September 15. Galraith's remarks are in the
first session, beginning at about 45 minutes in. Click here.
- James Galbraith's new comments on Paul Solman's NewsHour blog on 9/14 is here.