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Joseph Stiglitz: It’s Time to Get Radical on Inequality - YouTube
Nobel laureate Stiglitz, author of The Price of Inequality and The Great Divide, studies the forces driving inequality and what is at stake if it continues. In his view, bad economic thinking deserves part of the blame — fanciful ideas like trickle-down and the notion that economists should try to increase the size of the economic pie and let the politicians worry about distribution. On the contrary, Stiglitz sees distribution as a problem economists must confront. He warns that an economic system that doesn’t raise standards of living for most Americans is a failure. [...] monopoly rent = too big to fail/tbtf (bailout) == cost to society/economic damage == where was antitrust!? monopolies are less productive & costly eventually in the long-term. rent exploitation through lobby! [...] this is bad for everyone, rising inequality, lower inequality is an econ multiplier // &! The Great Divide with Joseph Stiglitz and Robert Reich - youtu.be/e3aJxy9tA-w &! youtu.be/U-oEjFKCp00 NEET
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july 2015 by asterisk2a
Zinsentscheid der EZB: Draghi plant Minus vor Zinssatz - SPIEGEL ONLINE
Schon immer ließ sich das Ende eines Systems besonders schwer erkennen, wenn man Teil des Systems ist. Im Jahre sieben nach Ausbruch der Finanzkrise ist es langsam Zeit für die Frage: Was, wenn die vermeintliche Ausnahme in Wahrheit die Regel ist? Wenn es sich bei der Kombination aus niedrigen Zinsen, niedrigem Wachstum und niedriger Inflation, die weite Teile Europa seit 2008 ebenso im Griff hält wie die USA und Japan, um die neue Normalität handelt? Wenn das seit Jahrzehnten praktizierte westliche Wirtschaftsmodell, sich immer niedrigere Wachstumsraten mit immer höheren Staatsschulden zu erkaufen, an seinem Schlusspunkt angelangt ist? +++ http://bit.ly/SxhnZq "Nicht Europa ist am Ende - sondern der Kapitalismus, so wie wir ihn kennen. [...] Im angelsächsischen Finanzkapitalismus wachsen die Vermögen der Reichen und stagnieren die Einkommen der anderen." [...] [EU Election Result is a vote] gegen das ungerechte Wirtschaftssystem, das ihre Lebensgrundlage gefährdet.
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june 2014 by asterisk2a
Paxman interviews economist Thomas Piketty - Newsnight - YouTube
IT IS ALL A MATTER OF DEGREE. thus you have to marry liberalism & conservatism, throw the junk out. u get liberal-conservatism. The rise of the working poor & squeezed middle class had not been good 4 economic growth & vitality. || +Thomas Piketty on Wealth, Income and Inequality >> watch?v=zytqTSh3oGw || + http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/05/01/thomas-piketty-cold-war_n_5247373.html || + http://www.npr.org/2014/05/11/310784652/on-income-inequality-a-french-economist-vs-an-american-capitalist << Edward Conard WRONG! || +++ What the 1% Don't Want You to Know with Paul Krugman - watch?v=QzQYA9Qjsi0 "All men are created equal" NO MORE. 'commanding heights' >> https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=commanding+heights+documentary + market income inequality vs disposable income inequality http://bit.ly/1ollCVp ... "We live in such an ugliness in America." || Wealth Concentration is a agglomeration of Politica & Public Policy Power. || + Robert Reich >> v=q-rpkZe2OEo || v=heOVJM2JZxI
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may 2014 by asterisk2a
Paper Dreams - A story by David Betteridge - YouTube
have to put yourself out there. Typical HR or typical application process would have never hired him. but people within the industry saw the guts he had to put his passion out for the world to see and judge, and people within the industry followed their guts and intuition to hire him, taking a shot. you have to take shoots. you you don't take shoots (like Michael Jordan talks about it) you will never win nor loose something. if you don't have something, what is stopping you to take shoots at your dreams? yourself, your fear ... to be judged, ... by basic bitches. << so many parts that connect to this story. this is a post boy story of the future and how the great things happening this way or in a similar way. << academia is way behind the curve. << the future of the world, people, economy, society, ... society first, economy will follow naturally ... to grow. ignore the basic bitches, ignore reality tv stars, ignore essex, the yellow press, glossy gossip magazines,
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april 2014 by asterisk2a
IMF study finds inequality is damaging to economic growth | Business | The Guardian
International Monetary Fund paper dismisses rightwing argument that redistributing incomes is self-defeating. [...] It is 18 months since the IMF published its controversial view that government cuts to public-sector spending were having a larger detrimental effect than previously thought. The paper, written by its chief economist, Olivier Blanchard, was incendiary and sparked denials in London and Brussels where calls for austerity were strongest. [...] In an interview later Ostry said it was his belief that the inclusion of higher welfare payments would only support the argument in favour of redistribution. [... as there is a welfare, social security, pension payment cap on income in some of the G8 if I remember right, ie Germany for sure! ...] + http://www.ted.com/talks/richard_wilkinson "Richard Wilkinson: How economic inequality harms societies"
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march 2014 by asterisk2a
FraudBytes: Justice Department Admits They're Soft on Fraud
+ http://www.ritholtz.com/blog/2013/03/failure-to-prosecute-fraud-causes-economic-downturns/ " I am concerned that the size of some of these institutions [banks] becomes so large that it does become difficult for us to prosecute them when we are hit with indications that if you do prosecute, if you do bring a criminal charge, it will have a negative impact on the national economy, perhaps even the world economy" --- In fact, failing to prosecute criminal fraud has been destabilizing the economy since at least 2007 … and will cause huge crashes in the future. [...] Nobel prize winning economist George Akerlof has demonstrated that failure to punish white collar criminals – and instead bailing them out- creates incentives for more economic crimes and further destruction of the economy in the future.
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march 2013 by asterisk2a
Tina Gerhardt: Joseph Stiglitz and the World Economic Forum: Making the Connection Between Climate Change and Economics
In the last 30 years, extreme weather has cost the United States an estimated $1.06 trillion dollars. If even a significant fraction of that volatile weather is a product of climate change, then the US needs to brace itself for a hefty bill going forward.
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january 2013 by asterisk2a
ECB board member: Euro-bashing is Anglophone overload | A Fistful Of Euros
... there is a strange symmetry between this view and the pre-crisis gloating of the European Commission that the single currency’s American critics had been all wrong.
http://fistfulofeuros.net/afoe/the-theory-strikes-back/
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july 2012 by asterisk2a
Europe Pushed to ‘Suicide’ on Austerity, Stiglitz Says - Bloomberg
Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz said Europe is in a “dire” situation as a focus on austerity pushes the continent toward “suicide.”
“There has never been any successful austerity program in any large country,” Stiglitz, 69, told reporters in Vienna yesterday. “The European approach definitely is the least promising. I think Europe is headed to a suicide. ”

Stiglitz said, “but if you have U.K., France, you know all the countries having austerity, it’s like a joint austerity and the economic consequences of that are going to be dire.”
While euro-area leaders “realized that austerity itself won’t work and that we need growth,” no actions have followed and “what they agreed to do last December is a recipe to ensure that it dies,” he said, referring to the euro.
>> Fiscal Compact, target of 3% budget deficit max

"What you are doing is destroying the human capital, you are creating alienated young people.”
fiscal  policy  PIIGS  2012  Europe  JosephStiglitz  austerity 
april 2012 by asterisk2a
Joseph Stiglitz talks about going beyond GDP - YouTube
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Discussion continues about improving traditional assessments of economic progress. Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz talked about the new means of measuring progress well-being and sustainability during a recent visit to the OECD. For more info visit: www.oecd.org/betterlifeinitiative
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october 2011 by asterisk2a
An Outspoken Fund Manager With Contrarian Views - NYTimes.com
Last May, on British television, he verbally sparred with Jeffrey D. Sachs, director of the Earth Institute at Columbia and perhaps the best-known economist writing on developmental issues.

Before that, he took on Joseph E. Stiglitz, the Nobel laureate, about the future of the euro. “Hello, can I tell you about the real world?” Mr. Hendry interjected at one point. Video of the encounter was a huge hit on YouTube.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E4MAifsp-8E&feature=player_embedded

Hugh Hendry

His latest obsession is China. He likens the country to Starbucks: good at growing quickly but not so good at creating wealth.

“The idea is that things would happen today that are commonly thought of as impossible, most notably a significant reversal of China,”

Farber calls Mr. Hendry “a deep thinker.”

“He has strong views and expresses them, not to get publicity but because he has a great understanding of the markets,” Mr. Faber said.
HughHendry  JosephStiglitz  greece  2010  sovereign  debt  hedgefunds  china  overcapacity  MarkFaber  jeffreysachs 
july 2010 by asterisk2a
Green Inc. Column - Rethinking the Measure of Growth - NYTimes.com
Overlooking that risk has possibly cost future economic growth, the report said, and has contributed to a looming environmental crisis.

“Market prices are distorted by the fact that there is no charge imposed on carbon emissions,” the report said. “Clearly, measures of economic performance that reflected these environmental costs might look markedly different from standard measures.”

Economists in Asia say the debate about gross domestic product misses the point. Gross domestic product as a statistic is sound, they say; what is wrong is the fascination in government with what it measures — the sum total of a nation’s annual production.

“The problem is not G.D.P.,” said Bhanoji Rao, a visiting economics professor at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy in Singapore. “The problem is the culture of consumption.”
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july 2010 by asterisk2a
EU: »Vertrauen Sie Europa!« | Politik | ZEIT ONLINE
Der EU fehlt eine Ergänzung der Geld- durch eine Wirtschaftspolitik. Die hatte ich schon 1989 in meinem Bericht an den Europäischen Rat gefordert, und der stimmte damals auch zu. Aber danach konzentrierte sich alles nur auf die Geldpolitik. Ein Konstruktionsfehler! Hätten wir den europäischen Institutionen die richtigen Kompetenzen gegeben, hätten sie schon zu Beginn der Exzesse an den britischen oder spanischen Immobiliemärkten Alarm schlagen können.

Wirtschaftsregierung?

Die habe ich nie gefordert. Uns fehlt es in der EU doch nicht an Institutionen. Ich wollte mehr Koordination der nationalen Wirtschaftspolitiken. Es gibt ja nicht nur die Wahl zwischen souveränen Staaten mit jeweils eigenen Währungen einerseits und US von Europa andererseits, nach dem Modell der USA etwa. Insofern ist auch die Alternative falsch, die von Krugman & Stiglitz formuliert wird: entweder Zerfall der Euro-Zone oder eine europäische Regierung. Nationalstaaten werden fortbestehen, enger zusammenrücken.
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may 2010 by asterisk2a
Schuldenkrise in Europa: Joseph Stiglitz - Wie der Euro noch zu retten ist | FTD.de
Joseph Stiglitz www.project-syndicate.org
monetary policy wichtiges konjunktursteuerndes Instrument verloren.
Robert Mundell - Arbeitnehmerfreizügigkeit hat einen gemeinsamen Arbeitsmarkt geschaffen, aber sprachliche und kulturelle Barrieren machen eine Mobilität der Arbeitskräfte im amerikanischen Stil undenkbar.
Solidaritaet - Länder, deren Defizite infolge der globalen Rezession in die Höhe geschossen sind, sollten nicht in eine Todesspirale gezwungen werden - wie Argentinien vor einem Jahrzehnt.
Lösungsvorschlag für diese Länder ist, das Äquivalent einer Währungsabwertung vorzunehmen - eine einheitliche Lohnsenkung. Das ist meiner Meinung nach unmöglich. Die Folgen für den Einzelnen sind nicht vertretbar, die sozialen Spannungen wären gewaltig. Ein Hirngespinst.
- Austritt Deutschlands aus der Euro-Zone oder die Teilung der Euro-Zone in 2 Unterregionen.
- vielversprechendste dritte: die Art von institutionellen Reformen - fiskalpolitischer Rahmen.
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may 2010 by asterisk2a
Obama's Big Sellout : Rolling Stone
Then he got elected.

What's taken place in the year since Obama won the presidency has turned out to be one of the most dramatic political about-faces in our history. Elected in the midst of a crushing economic crisis brought on by a decade of orgiastic deregulation and unchecked greed, Obama had a clear mandate to rein in Wall Street and remake the entire structure of the American economy. What he did instead was ship even his most marginally progressive campaign advisers off to various bureaucratic Siberias, while packing the key economic positions in his White House with the very people who caused the crisis in the first place. This new team of bubble-fattened ex-bankers and laissez-faire intellectuals then proceeded to sell us all out, instituting a massive, trickle-up bailout and systematically gutting regulatory reform from the inside.
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february 2010 by asterisk2a
Steve Clemons: 7 Minutes With Joseph Stiglitz: Hopes Geithner and Summers Learn From Serious Errors
Stiglitz says that there is a major battle of ideas underway. He said that the belief that markets were self-correcting, efficient, and no need for government was completely wrong. He said that regulation is vital.
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february 2010 by asterisk2a
Joseph Stiglitz Testimony: Banks Have Failed 'Their Basic Societal Mission'
Market economies work to produce growth and efficiency, but only when private rewards and social returns are aligned. Unfortunately, in the financial sector, both individual and institutional incentives were misaligned.
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february 2010 by asterisk2a
CFO in focus: Looking forward | The Economist
Mr Stiglitz's main beef with the GDP metric was that it fails to take into account factors such as disparity in the distribution of wealth, depletion of natural resources, underground economies and the quality of goods and services. Consequently, as the credit crisis bubbled up from below, the GDP of America and other industrialised countries looked relatively benign.

One particular problem, said Mr Stiglitz, was that faux profits were factored into GDP calculations. He noted that 41% of all corporate profits in 2007 were generated in the financial sector and tied to debt. The massive subprime-related losses that financial institutions then booked in 2008 wiped out not only the 2007 “profits”, but also those from the preceding five years. “They were not really profits, but we recorded them as fantastic years.”
JosephStiglitz  GDP  measurement  measure  audit  accounting 
november 2009 by asterisk2a
Why the US has really gone broke - Le Monde diplomatique - English edition
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november 2009 by asterisk2a
Jeffrey Sachs: The Geithner-Summers Plan is Even Worse Than We Thought
Two weeks ago, I posted an article showing how the Geithner-Summers banking plan could potentially and unnecessarily transfer hundreds of billions of dollars of wealth from taxpayers to banks. The same basic arithmetic was later described by Joseph Stiglitz in the New York Times (April 1) and by Peyton Young in the Financial Times (April 1). In fact, the situation is even potentially more disastrous than we wrote. Insiders can easily game the system created by Geithner and Summers to cost up to a trillion dollars or more to the taxpayers.
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november 2009 by asterisk2a
Lehman collapse: 12 months on and the financial system isn't fixed, warns Stiglitz - Telegraph
Mr Stiglitz, who is former chief economist at the World Bank, told Bloomberg News that "in the US and many other countries, the too-big-to-fail banks have become even bigger.

Mr Stiglitz, who is former chief economist at the World Bank, told Bloomberg News that "in the US and many other countries, the too-big-to-fail banks have become even bigger.

"The problems are worse than they were in 2007 before the crisis."
"The problems are worse than they were in 2007 before the crisis."
JosephStiglitz  stiglitz  lehmanbrothers  financial  system  systemicrisk  lesson  lessons  politics 
september 2009 by asterisk2a
FT.com / Global Economy - France to add happiness to GDP
A commission led by Joseph Stiglitz, the Nobel-prize winning US economist, proposed a raft of changes to turn gross domestic product into a more accurate measure of economic activity.

The commission concluded that as currently formulated, GDP no longer reflected structural changes to the economy, such as globalisation of production and the rise of services, and failed to properly account for government services, or activities carried out in the home.
economics  GDP  sarkozy  stiglitz  JosephStiglitz  post-autistic  reform  reformist  leadership  profession 
september 2009 by asterisk2a

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