- James Galbraith delivered a keynote address, "The Great Crisis and the American Response" to the conference of the German-American Studies Association at Humboldt University, Berlin, May 27, 2010. Listen here. Read here.
- James Galbraith's Senate testimony on fraud and the economists is in Le Monde
on May 20. Read here.
- James Galbraith gave a full speech to the Forum of Government Auditors, meeting in San Antonio. on May 19. Listen here.
- The Wall Street Journal blog published a short response on Galbarith's defense of deficits on May 19. Read here.
- James Galbraith's interview with C-Span C-Span's Washington Journal on May 18. Watch here.
- James Galbraith gave remarks on future crises at a conference at Princeton on May 14th. Listen here.
- Ezra Klein published an interview entitled, "Galbraith: The Danger Posed
by the Deficit 'is Zero'" on May 12th. Read here.
- The New York Times posted Galbraith's thoughts on "Twilight of the Welfare State" on May 12th. Read here.
- I.B. Tauris is going to publish the book that Adem Yavuz Elveren co-edited, entitled as ‘Gender and Society in Turkey: Effects of Neo-Liberal Policies, Political Islam and the EU Accession.’
- Defence and Peace Economics has recently accepted Hamid Ali's paper "Military expenditure and Inequality in Middle East and North Africa: A Panel Data Analysis."
- The Washington Post ran its annual Spring Cleaning feature on May 6, which include James Galbraith's article on the Congressional Budget Office. Read here.
- James Galbraith, Dean Baker & Robert Auerbach sent a letter to Larry Summers urging the WH to drop its "apocalyptic" approach to the Fed audit bill. Read here.
- James Galbraith gave written testimony to the Subcommittee on Crime, Senate Judiciary
Committee, on May 4, 2010. Read here. Update: Portuguese here. Spanish here.
- Business Insider calls attention to UTIP's work: here.
- James Galbraith's new interview in El Pais could be found here.
- The Yahoo! Finance channel taped four segments with James Galbraith on April 30.
The first is on Greece, Germany and the problems of the eurozone. Watch here.
The second is on the GDP report. Watch here.
The third is on Goldman et al. Watch here.
The fourth is on deficit hysteria. Watch here.
- The Straddler has published an interview with James Galbraith from March 14, 2010, entitled "The Predator's Boneyard" at here.
- James Galbraith debated Peter Schiff (Rep. candidate for Senate in CT) on CNBC, on debt and deficits. Watch here.
- James Galbraith debated Robert Higgs of the Independent Institute on the Scott Horton Show, Antiwar Radio, on April 21, 2010. Listen here.
- James Galbraith delivered a talk entitled "The Predator State and the Great Crisis" as the annual Clifford and Virginia Durr Memorial Lecture at Auburn University, Montgomery Alabama on April 17, 2010. Listen here.
- James Galbraith spoke on "International Financial Fragility" and specifically on the Greek crisis at the 19th annual Levy Economics Institute conference honoring Hyman Minsky, at the Ford Foundation in New York City on April 16, 2010. Listen here. Transcript here
- At the Institute for New Economic Thinking inaugural conference at Kings College, Cambridge on April 10, 2010, James Galbraith presented a summary of UTIP's work on inequality in the world economy. The speech is here, and the presentation is here. Transcript here.
- Galbraith's interview at the INET conference on Bloomberg is here.
- James Galbraith's remarks at the EPS Bernard Schwartz Symposium on Jobs, Investment and Energy in Washington on March 13 may be viewed here. A transcript is here.
- James Galbraith's recent response to Alan Greenspan's paper on the crisis is published by the National Journal Expert Blog. Read here.
- James Galbraith's recent defense of deficits, March 4, is published by The Nation. Read here.
- UTIP Working Paper 59 has been produced lately. Read here.
- James Galbraith's recent comments on jobs policy at the "Progressive Governance" conference hosted by Gordon Brown in London in late February can be read here.
- James Galbraith's recent comments on the Greek situation are quoted the Greek newspaper Eleftherotypia on Sunday, Feb. 7, is here The translation is here.
- James Galbraith's recent appearance on Bloomberg, Feb.5, can be watched here.
- James Galbraith's recent comments are quoted in the NYT, Feb.2, can be read here.
- James Galbraith's recent comments are quoted in CBS Marketwatch, Feb. 2, can be read here.
- James Galbraith's recent talk on Jim Bohannon Show, Feb. 1, can be listened here.
- UTIP Working Paper 58 has been produced lately. Read here.
- James Galbraith's recent interview with Von Lars Schall, Jan.29, can be read from German outlet MM News and New Deal 2.0.
- James Galbraith's recent apearance on MSNBC’s Countdown, Jan. 27, can be watched here.
- James Galbraith's recent apearance on MSNBC’s The Rachel Maddow Show, Jan. 26, can be watched here.
- James Galbraith's recent apearance on Diane Rehm Show, Jan. 25, can be listened here.
- James Galbraith's January 20 interview with Wamara Mwine, Newsroom Magazine, can be read here.
- James Galbraith's recent article on the deficit trap for progressives on Alternet can be read here
- James Galbraith's recent article, "How Much Debt is Too Much", National Journal Expert Blog, can be read here.
- James Galbraith's recent article to support banking reform on AOL's portal, The Sphere, can be read here.
- James Galbraith's recent appearance in CNBC video can be watched here.
- UTIP former member Hamid Ali's recent article "How to govern Sudan: A quest for confederation" in Sudan@Tribune can be read here.
- James Galbraith gave comments January 3 at the American Economic Association meetings on remarks by Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Don Kohn, Assistant Treasury Secretary Alan Krueger, Allen Sinai and Professor Martin Feldstein. Listen here. Full video of the session is here, with JG's intervention at about 94 minutes in.
- James Galbraith's recent article "Who Are These Economists, Anyway?" in Thought & Action, the journal of the National Education Association can be read here.