To protect the poorest Americans, should central bankers raise interest rates faster? At least one of them is making that argument. LBJ Professor James Galbraith discusses.
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Earlier this month, a group of conservative statesmen, venture capitalists and mainstream economists calling themselves the Climate Leadership Council (CLC) unveiled a plan which they touted as the perfect vehicle for climate action under a Trump administration. LBJ Professor James Galbraith argues in his book "The End of Normal," there's good reason to doubt the predictive power of all mainstream macroeconomic modelling.
LBJ Professor James Galbraith discusses what's next for the Democratic party.
As eurozone finance ministers head to Brussels on Monday in an attempt to break the standstill on Greece's debt crisis, the best outcome of the meeting would simply be an agreement to continue meeting, experts said.
In examining Greece's economic situation and relationship with Europe, Professor James Galbraith contends that "this is a matter that the Greeks should examine by themselves."
James Galbraith is named as one of several scholars addressing rising economic inequality in their research.
In an annual celebration, the LBJ School community will convene on February 8, 2017, to celebrate the published works of our distinguished faculty and impassioned students.
James Galbraith talks about the deep divides in US society post-election.
Sur les inégalités, la pauvreté, les économies « à marché émergent » et le développement : dix questions à James Kenneth Galbraith
James Galbraith talks about his new book, Inequality: What everyone needs to know (Oxford University Press, 2016).
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