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  • 18.03.2018

    Just Free Trade

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    School of Economic Science Annual Economics Lecture, given by Dr Peter Bowman in London, 28 March 2017…

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  • 01.03.2016

    Economics for the Real World

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    The Annual Economics Lecture, given by Peter Bowman, 25th February 2016…

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  • 10.02.2016

    In Search of the Light to Change the World

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    Economics with Justice Lecture by Dr Kamran Mofid, February 6 2016…

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  • 10.05.2015

    Starting from Scratch

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    Audio recording of a lecture by Chris Wood, School of Philosophy, New York, March 14th 2015…

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  • 01.04.2015

    Should Governments Run Surpluses?

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    Economics with Justice Lecture, 21st March 2015 by Professor Steve King …

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  • 31.01.2015

    How can the economy work for the benefit of all?

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    School of Economic Science Annual Economics Lecture, 31st January 2015 by Peter Bowman, Head of Economics…

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  • 16.11.2014

    Social Psychology as Political Economy

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    Economics with Justice Lecture, 15th November 2014 by Mark Braund…

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  • 18.10.2014

    A History of Public Revenue without Taxation

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    Economic with Justice Lecture, Saturday October 18th 2014 by John De Val…

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  • 08.09.2014

    Economics without the Rationality Postulate: Why it is Needed and What it Could Look Like

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    A paper presented at the joint GCGI/SES Conference September 2014 by Dr. Steve Szeghi, Professor of Economics, Wilmington College…

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  • 16.05.2014

    Reclaiming the Economy from the Bankers

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    Economics with Justice Lecture Friday 16th May, 2014 by Professor Richard Werner, University of Southampton…

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