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Interview with James Galbraith

James Galbraith talks about Paul Krugman's NYT article, "How Did Economists Get It So Wrong?",  the academic discipline after the crash, the forgotten traditions in economics, the economics and law of fraud and much else over breakfast at the Goodenough Club
7 October 2009

James Galbraith talks about Paul Krugman's NYT article, "How Did Economists Get It So Wrong?",  the academic discipline after the crash, the forgotten traditions in economics, the economics and law of fraud and much else over breakfast at the Goodenough Club

 

 

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