Episode

6/22 Kate Raworth: Doughnut Economics: Dismantling Free-Market Mythologies

June 22, 2017

On today’s show, Kate Raworth (@KateRaworth), economist, and Senior Visiting Research Associate, ECI, Oxford University, joins the show. Why Adam Smith isn’t the laissez-faire fundamentalist his reputation makes him to be. How the false idea of the purely self-interested “economic man” has negatively impacted humanity. The huge economic blindspots of classical economics about things like domestic labor done by women. Why GDP is an archaic metric for measuring economic well-being.

On the fun half – Labour MP defends retweeting ‘burn neoliberalism’, Michael Bloomberg wants to give Trump a chance, video emerges of Diamond Reynolds and daughter in back of police vehicle following Philandro Castile shooting, Kushner speaks, and your calls and ims.

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