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Summer 2009:

  • James Galbraith's new comments on the challenges facing monetary policy could be found here.

  • James Galbraith's white paper has published by EPS at here and by the Levy Institute at here under the title "Financial and Monetary Issues as the Crisis Unfolds". This paper was also distributed by the New America Foundation to their mailing list, under the title, "Construction, Not Reconstruction."

  • James Galbraith's recent article that summarizes all of his work, with his students, through the University of Texas Inequality Project to date -- about a dozen years of research and several dozen articles has been e-printed at here.

  • James Galbraith's interview with 1st Chinese Business Network (CBN) could be found here.

  • James Galbraith's recent interview with 1st Chinese Business Network (CBN) could be found here.

  • James Galbraith's recent comment on Marketplace, Aug. 7, could be found here.

  • James Galbraith's recent comment on Time could be found here.

  • James Galbraith's recent comment on NPR, Aug. 6, could be found here.

  • James Galbraith's The Predator State is in NYT Book Revew (Paperback Row) on July 24. Check here.

  • James Galbraith's recent interview with 21st Century Business Herald could be found here and here .

  • "Beijing Bubble, Beijing Bust: Inequality, Trade and Capital Inflow into China" by James K. Galbraith, Sara Hsu and Wenjie Zhang, is the lead article in the Journal of Current Chinese Affairs (China Aktuel), 2/2009, pp. 3-16.

  • James Galbraith presented a talk on the world crisis to a meeting of the International Institute for Global Development, at Palazzo Terranova in Umbria, Italy, on July 11, with President Gorbachev in attendance. Text here, audio here, and a picture here.

  • Forbes "Business Visionaries" series has an interview with James Galbraith here, permalinks here, and here.

  • James Galbraith's recent comment on the NewsHour could be found here.

  • James Galbraith's colloquy with Ron Paul is circulating separtely here.

  • "Fed fights House attack on powers"--news coverage on James Galbraith's recent testimony on Fed hearing was in the Wall Street Journal and the Financial Times. Read here.

  • James Galbraith attended hearing before the Domestic Monetary Policy Subcommittee as a witness on July 9th. The hearing is described here.

  • James Galbraith's recent testimony on domestic monetary policy and technology, July 9, could be watched here.

  • James Galbraith's recent podcast interview with George Kenney on July 3 found here.

  • James Galbraith's recent comment on stimulus package on the Public Radio International's program Marketplace, July 7, may be found here.

  • An Austro-libertarian blog decides that James Galbraith is a threat. For details, check "The Coming of Galbraith".

  • The think-tank TASC in Dublin has video of James Glabraith's June 4 leture. Watch here with Q&A here.

  • James Galbraith's recent interview with the Irish Independent in June could be found here.

  • James Galbraith's recent comment in the National Journal, on the ever-green deficit alarmism, June 8, may be found here.

  • James Galbraith's recent lecture to the Irish Institute of European and International Affairs, Dublin, with Q&A, June 5, can be heard here. "Postscript" can be listened here

  • James Galbraith's recent interview with Irish Left Review, June 5, may be found here.

  • James Galbraith's recent comments on unemployment during recession on Irish Independent, June 5, may be found here.

  • James Galbraith's recent comments on pay inequality on Irish Times, June 5, may be found here.

  • James Galbraith's TV interview with Vincent Browne on Irish TV 3 on June 4 can be watched here.

  • James Galbraith's recent comments on financial crisis on Luxembourg media, Le Jeudi, June 4, can be found here.

  • James Galbraith's TV interviews with the Yahoo! Finance Channel, May 22, may be viewed here: The Next Big Bailout? , In Every Way a Good Thing, "Banks Can Hardly Lose," But the Rest of Us Aren't So Lucky, Galbraith Says.

 
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