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2014

  • On May 23, James Galbraith spoke to the Danish think-tank CEVEA on the topic of Inequality and the Labor Market. Listen here.

  • On May 22, James Galbraith delivered a keynote address to the 3d annual Nordic Post-Keynesian Conference in Aalborg, Denmark. The speech is entitled, "Keynes 'in the 21st Century': Tradition, circumstance, fad and pretence in the wake of the Great Crisis". Listen here.

  • On May 21, James Galbraith delivered a keynote address, entitled "A Matter of Standards" to the opening Plenary of the International Transport Forum in Leipzig, Germany. Video starts at the 49 minute mark, here.

  • On May 20, James Galbraith and Stuart Holland spoke to a political gathering in Barcelona, Spain, on the Modest Proposal. Watch here, in Spanish voice-over.

  • On April 17, at the invitation of the Objectivist Society of the University of Texas, James Galbraith debated with Dr. Yaron Brook, national director of the Objectivist Society. Yanis Varoufakis moderated. The topic was "Inequality: Should We Care?" Listen here. Watch here.

  • On April 12, James Galbraith gave a talk on the economics of the Predator State to the Annual Conference of the Institute for New Economic Thinking at Toronto. Listen here.

  • On April 9, James Galbraith gave an interview to Mark Thompson of SiriusXM on the occasion of the Civil Rights Summit at the LBJ Library. Listen here.

  • James Galbraith delivered the Henry George Lecture at St. John's University, Queens, on April 7, 2014. Listen here.

  • Big News: James Galbraith and Angus Deaton received the 2014 Leontief Prize for Advancing the Frontiers of Economic Thought at Tufts University on April 5, 2014. The award ceremony is here. For Galbraith's talk only, listen here.

  • Dissent has published James Galbraith's review of Thomas Piketty, Capital for the 21st Century. Read here.

  • On Mar. 5, 2014, James Galbraith gave a talk in Brussels at the Opening Plenary session of the Progressive Economy Forum on Inequality. Listen here.

  • On February 24, Yanis Varoufakis and James Galbraith spoke on austerity at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, at the invitation of the George F. Kennan Distinguished Speakers Series. Watch here.

2013

  • On November 14, James Galbraith gave the first Robert A Solo memorial lecture at the Michigan State University. Listen here.

  • On November 9, James Galbraith, Branko Milanovic, Joshua Pryor and Mark Weisbrot spoke on a panel on "The Challenge of Global Inequality" at the APPAM Fall research conference. The panel was chaired by Timothy Noah. Galbraith's presentation is here and the audio is here.

  • On November 4/5, James Galbraith and Yanis Varoufakis hosted a conference in Austin entitled, "Can the Eurozone be Saved?" The full program is here. Video links to the proceedings are here.

  • On October 24, James Galbraith gave a keynote talk in Rome to the Bertinotti conference on Democracy in Europe. Listen here.

  • On October 17, James Galbraith won the Runner up Prize Winner for his book Inequality and Instability at the 17th Annual University Co-op Robert W. Hamilton Book Awards.

  • On October 8, James Galbraith gave a talk entitled "From the Crisis to the Crazies" to a meeting of the Bexar County Democrats. The speech was held up for an hour or so by a procedural wrangle, happily resolved. But part of it involved a 2-1 vote against allowing the speaker to speak, until the issue was dealt with. Listen here.

  • On September 13 in Washington James Galbraith spoke on a panel sponsored by the non-profit Better Markets, on the fifth anniversary of the fall of Lehman. Fellow panelists included Neil Barofsky, the former SIGTARP, and Senator Elizabeth Warren.

  • On June 28, James Galbraith delivered a keynote lecture to the 50th anniversary symposium of the John F. Kennedy Institute for North American Studies, Freie Universität Berlin. The talk is titled "How Come Europeans Understood the Political Economy of America So Much Better in 1861 than Today, and What Did Karl Marx Have to Do with That?" Listen here.

  • On June 27, James Galbraith keynoted a conference at the European Parliament entitled "Achieving Europe," sponsored by the parliamentary socialists and social democrats. Listen here. Brief closing statement here.

  • In Leeds on June 25, James Galbraith gave an FT Masterclass lecture entitled, "Inequality, Instability and the End of Normal." The introduction by Giuseppe Fontana is here. The lecture is here.

  • On June 20, James Galbraith gave a seminar on "Innovation and the Crisis" at the European Commission's Joint Research Center in Seville, Spain. Listen here.

  • In Thessaloniki on June 11, James Galbraith joined Alexis Tsipras and Yanis Varoufakis to speak before an audience of two thousand people at a meeting on the economic situation and the closing of Greek state television and radio. Listen here and watch here.

  • In Rome on June 4 and 5, James Galbraith gave talks on the European crisis at the Banca Popular di Vicenza and at the CGIL. Watch here. Listen here and here. For the talk at the Banca Popular di Vicenza, watch here.

  • On May 30 James Galbraith gave a keynote lecture at a conference in Pula, Croatia on the Crisis in Economics. The lecture addressed the structural factors impeding recovery. Listen here.

  • On May 7, James Galbraith appeared on "Inside Story" of Al Jazeera to discuss sequestration and austerity. Watch here.

  • On May 4, James Galbraith gave a keynote speech to a convention of Kaiser Permanente health care workers, meeting in Anaheim CA. Listen here.

  • On April 29, EconTalk with Russ Roberts posted an interview on inequality with James Galbraith. Listen here.

  • On April 12, El Pais published an interview with James Galbraith on the Eurozone crisis, in Spanish here.

  • On April 3, Die Presse published an interview with James Galbraith on the Eurozone crisis, in German here.

  • On March 8, James Galbraith spoke to a meeting of progressive European parliamentarians, hosted by European Employment Commissioner Lazslo Andor, on the 80th anniversary of the New Deal. Listen here.

  • On Feb. 26, Union Solidarity International ran an interview with James Galbraith on global economy, particularly on crises in the U.S. and the Eurozone. Watch here.

  • On Feb. 22, 2013, James Galbraith gave a talk on global inequality at Columbia University. Watch here.

  • On January 23, 2013, AlterNet published an article of James Galbraith on deficit. Read here.

  • On January 10, 2013, Le Monde published a comment from James Galbraith on the tax exile of M. Depardieu. Read here (en français).

  • On January 5, 2013, James Galbraith gave a presidential lecture to the Association for Evolutionary Economics, entitled "The Third Crisis in Economics." Listen here.

2012

  • On December 12, James Galbraith spoke to a forum organized by the European Trade Union Institute in Brussels; the talk was entitled, "The crisis in the United States and Europe: A grim appraisal." View here, along with the introduction by ETUI Director General Philippe Pochet. The ETUI news story on the event is here.

  • On December 6, James Galbraith gave a keynote speech to the congress of IG Metall, the German trade union, in Berlin. The speech was entitled, "Beyond Candide and Cassandra." It is summarized by Yanis Varoufakis under the heading, "We all live under the dark cloud of the same crisis" here. Listen here. View here (with simultaneous German translation). Read here.

  • On Dec. 5 James Galbraith participated in a discussion of taxing the rich, held by the New York Times blog "Room for Debate". His "deficit-owl" position could be read here.

  • On Dec. 3 James Galbraith gave a keynote address to a conference entitled "The Return of Full Employment Policy" in Helsinki, Finland. The speech was entitled, "A Question of Institutions: Why in spite of reactionary ideas did the United States survive the Great Crisis while Europe has not?" View here.

  • James Galbraith's interview with The Straddler in summer 2012 under the headline "Muddling Towards the Next Crisis" went live. Read here.

  • On November 29, Business Insider ran a long interview with James Galbraith. Read here.

  • On November 26, James Galbraith participated in a discussion with Ryan Grim and Bruce Fein on Al Jazeera English Inside Story. Read here.

  • On November 13, James Galbraith participated in a symposium on the fiscal cliff hosted by Washington EPS. Watch here. Dan Froomkin's story on it could be read here.

  • On November 9, Salon published "The Coming Debt Battle" Read here.

  • On November 8, James Galbraith recited a bit of Kipling, "The Dykes" and "Pagett, M.P." at "Poetry on the Plaza" at the University of Texas at Austin. Listen here.

  • On November 5, James Galbraith gave a lecture entitled "The Bleak Past and the Grim Future" at the Clinton School of Public Service. View here.

  • On November 4, James Galbraith spoke on "The Relevance of Galbraith's Economics Today" at Marlboro College, on the occasion of the dedication of the John Kenneth and Catherine Atwater Galbraith Reading Room at the college's library. Listen here.

  • On November 3, James Galbraith spoke on two panels at the Massachusetts Humanities Forum in Boston, on economic inequality. Listen here and here.

  • On October 28, James Galbraith spoke at the Texas Book Festival, on Inequality and Instability. Listen here.

  • On October 23, James Galbraith gave a lecture on inequality to the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, in memory of Academician Alexey Shevyakov. Listen here.

  • On October 20, James Galbraith spoke to the Salone dell'Editoria in Rome, on Inequality and Instability. Listen here.

  • On October 17, James Galbraith gave a talk on the economic situation to an association of real estate professionals in Paris. Listen here (en français).

  • On October 1, James Galbraith gave the opening speech at the 2012 Money and Banking Conference of the Central Bank of Argentina, at a session presided over by Mercedes Marco del Pont, the governor of the Argentine central bank. View here.

  • James Galbraith was on Brian Lehrer's "30 Issues in 30 days" program on WNYC on 9/24, speaking deficits, debt, Social Security and Medicare. Listen here.

  • On September 28, James Galbraith gave a keynote lecture at the 11th International Post Keynesian Conference in Kansas City, Missouri and a talk to the Jobs Now! Coalition, also in Kansas City. Listen here and here.

  • The Guardian on September 20 published a comment of James Galbraith on central bankers. Read here.

  • The Austrian magazine Format has an interview with James Galbraith on the Euro crisis. Read here.

  • Le Monde on September 20 has a few words of James Galbraith on Occupy Wall Street. Read here.

  • On September 19, James Galbraith spoke on "Inequality and Sustainability at the UNCTAD Trade and Development Board in Geneva. Listen here.

  • On September 5, Alternet ran a comment from James Galbraith on the challenge facing President Obama, at here. Versions appeared in Handelsblatt, Le Monde, Il Messaggero and in Pagina (Buenos Aires).

  • On June 18, Foreign Affairs posted Gillian Tett's review of Inequality and Instability, at here. Much of it is behind a paywall but here is a snip: "Galbraith's timely and provocative book adds some economic and statistical ballast to the vague rhetorical slogans of the Occupy protesters. Drawing on meticulous academic research, it argues that the main source of the growing inequality across the world in recent years has been not industrial change, educational reform, or geopolitical shift but the financialization of the modern world."

  • On June 16, James Galbraith gave very brief remarks at the Plenary Dialogue on "Work, Unemployment and Migration" at the Rio+20 United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development in Rio de Janeiro. Listen here.Watch an on-the-spot interview here.

  • On June 14, James Galbraith gave a talk on Inequality and Instability to the Kreisky Forum in Vienna. This one is quite long but is possibly the fullest exposition of the book on this site. Listen here.

  • On June 11, James Galbraith gave a talk on "Inequality, Unemployment and the European Crisis" at the WZB (Wissenschaftzentrum Berlin). Listen here.

  • On June 9, James Galbraith gave a keynote lecture to the "Transformation Congress" in Berlin, hosted by the DBG and other progressive German organizations, entitled "The Next Economic Top Model". Listen here. Watch here.

  • On June 6, Deutsche Welle published a column by James Galbraith in its "Transatlantic Voices" Section, entitled, "Solidarity is Europe's Only Hope." Read here.

  • On June 5 James Galbraith was on Bloomberg TV, talking about stimulus and austerity. Watch here.

  • On June 3, Media Matters host Bob McChesney interviewed James Galbraith on "Inequality and Instability." Listen here.

  • An interview in Playboy, of uncertain date but done during the 2011 AEA meetings in Denver, is now accessible on-line at here.

  • On May 31 James Galbraith was on “Sound off with Sasha, talking about "Inequality and Instability"; listen here.

  • On May 22 James Galbraith gave a talk on inequality at the OECD forum in Paris; listen here.

  • C-Span Book TV taped James Galbraith's speech on inequality at MIT on May 7. Watch here.

  • Naked Capitalism recently published James Galbraith's 2008 memo on the impending debacle. Read here.

  • On May 9 James Galbraith gave a talk at the Harvard Book Store; listen here.

  • On May 8 James Galbraith was at the House Financial Services Committee, testifying on the future of the Federal Reserve, before Ron Paul. The testimony is at here and the video is at here.

  • The Real News Network ran a five-part interview on Inequality and Instability on April 20. The first three parts are now on-line at here.

  • On April 20 Merrill Goozner had an interview on Inequality and Instability in The Fiscal Times. Read here.

  • On April 20 Gillian Tett had a column on Inequality and Instability in the Financial Times. Read here.

  • On April 16 James Galbraith gave a lecture on Inequality and Instability at the International Labor Organization. Listen here. Q&A is here. PPT can be read here. (Note: The PPT can be read in OpenOffice.)

  • James Galbraith's new article on the euro crisis and its relations with increasing inequality, growing unemployment and mass migration within the EU is published by the Financial Times Deutschland on April 16. Read here. The trailer on Bloomberg can be read here.

  • On April 14 James Galbraith spoke on "Inequality and Macrodynamics at the 3d INET conference in Berlin. Listen here. Watch here. PPT is here. (Note: The PPT can be read in OpenOffice.)

  • James Galbraith's article, entitled "Obama needs more than symbolism of 'Buffett Rule'" on CNN on April 10, may be read here.

  • James Galbraith's brief comments on President Obama's Buffett Rule on Marketplace may be read here.

  • On April 7 FireDogLake ran a two-hour Book Salon on Inequality and Instability. Read here.

  • Inequality and Instability was published on March 30 by Oxford University Press. First reviews are as below.

  • James Galbraith was interviewed by the Real News Network on the minimum wage on April 5. Watch here.

  • James Galbraith was interviewed by America'sDemocrats.Org on March 18. Listen here.

  • On March 2, James Galbraith gave a talk entitled "The Short Strange Keynesian Revival" to the Heterodox Economic Students Association at the University of Utah, Salt Lake City. Listen here.

  • On February 27, James Galbraith gave a lecture entitled "Inequality and the Economic Crisis" in the Speakers and Issues Series at Midwestern State University, Wichita Falls, TX. Listen here.

  • On February 18, the Washington Post ran a profile of "modern monetary theory;" read here, with commentaries here, here, here and here.

  • On February 7, James Galbraith gave a talk on the economy to the Austin Rotary Club. Listen here.

  • The January/February issue of Foreign Policy carried a short article by James Galbraith on the minimum wage. Read here.

  • James Galbraith's recent interview on war, empire and the military budget, filmed for New Hampshire public access television, may be watched here
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2011

  • On December 12, James Galbraith gave a lecture at the Centro Celso Furtado in Rio de Janeiro on the crisis in the United States and Europe. Listen here.

  • On December 9, James Galbraith gave a keynote talk entitled "The Great Financial Crisis and the Future of Economics -- if it has one" to the annual meeting of ANPEC, the Brazilian association of economists, at Foz da Iguaçu, Brazil. Listen here.

  • On December 7, Swiss Public Radio broadcast an interview with James Galbraith, recorded in Brussels on December 6th. The full, unedited interview is in two parts, here and here. The interview as broadcast is here.

  • On December 5, James Galbraith gave the keynote at a conference on Inequalities in Europe and the Future of the Welfare State, organized by Commissioner Laszlo Andor and the European Commission. Listen here.

  • James Galbraith's interview with Tom Keene on Bloomberg TV's "Surveillance Midday" 11/22 on the U.S. deficit and his proposals for supporting the labor market. Watch here.

  • James Galbraith's interview with Tom Keene on the radio for Bloomberg Surveillance 11/21 on the supercommittee "failure", the Occupy Wall Street and Obama's response to these issues can be heard here.

  • On November 19, James Galbraith participated in a panel on Economists and the Crisis at the Southern Economics Association meetings in Washington, organized by Philip Mirowski. Listen here.

  • The videos of the "Crisis in the Eurozone" conference are now online and Yanis Varoufakis has posted links, arranged session-by-session alongside the program. Visit here.

  • James Galbraith published a short essay in Salon summarizing the Eurozone crisis. Read here.

  • On Nov. 8 James Galbraith led and closed for the Keynes side in an economic debate on Keynes versus Hayek, sponsored by ThomsonReuters. Watch here.

  • James Galbraith's comments on Jim Tobin on BBC radio, Nov.5, may be heard here. The interview starts ten minutes in and lasts for five minutes.

  • James Galbraith's appearance on the Yahoo Finance Channel on US, Europe, deficits, debt, and the need for a strategic plan, Oct.25, could be watched here.

  • James Galbraith gave the Frank Bryant, Jr. Memorial Lecture at the UT Health Science Center in San Antonio on October 20, on "The Ethics and Economics of Inequality." Listen here. The powerpoint that went with the lecture may be viewed here.

  • James Galbraith participated a KQED discussion on Europe's debt crisis on October 18. Listen here.

  • James Galbraith's interview with Bloomberg TV on the Obama jobs plan on October 17 is distributed by the Washington Post. Watch here.

  • James Galbraith's keynote speech to the TASC conference in Dublin on October 15 may be heard here.

  • On October 14 James Galbraith was interviewed in Dublin on Irish National Radio; the interview starts 30 minutes in and lasts for five minutes. Listen here.

  • James Galbraith's speech to a seminar of UNRISD in Geneva 10/11 can be heard here.

  • James Galbraith's speech to a meeting of the French Socialists in the Jura on Oct 10 can be heard here.

  • James Galbraith's remarks on technology and development, and on the European crisis, delivered in Athens, Greece on October 4 can be heard here and here.

  • On September 15 James Galbraith was on Bloomberg TV debating with Robert Barro. Watch here.

  • James Galbraith spoke to the Cambridge Forum in Cambridge MA on September 8. Listen here through UTIP. Or listen here through the WGBH Forum Network.

  • On Aug. 18 James Galbraith was on NPR discussing deficits. Listen here.

  • James Galbraith's interview with AmericasDemocrats.Org on the edifying topic of quantitative easing is here.

  • James Galbraith's Op-Ed in the LA Times on Aug. 15, headlined "Fixing the economy: We got it wrong" could be read here.

  • James Galbraith's article entitled "Myths and realities about our long-term deficit" for The New Republic was republished by CBS on Aug.9. Read here. The Spanish version could be read here.

  • James Galbraith's interview with Warren Olney, on the NPR program To The Point on Aug. 8, could be heard here.

  • On Aug. 4 Deutsche Welle requested and published a short piece from James Galbraith on his comments on President Obama. Read here.

  • James Galbraith's intervention on the debt ceiling debate appeared on New Deal 2.0, Huffington Post and in Salon on Aug. 2. Read here.

  • James Galbraith was on Doug Henwood's Left Business Observer on July 23. The interview was divided between a discussion of the deficit hysteria and an extended chat about the Library of America volume of the great Galbraith works. Listen here.

  • James Galbraith was on the KPFA program "Living Room" on July 22 discussing the debt issues. Listen here (The interview runs from 8 to 29 minutes in the program).

  • James Galbraith was on the Real News Network on July 21 discussing the debt issues. Watch here.

  • On July 19 the New America Foundation published an essay of James Galbraith on "The Jobs Question". Read here.

  • On July 18 Democrats for America posted an interview of James Galbraith on the debt ceiling. Listen here.

  • On July 17 James Galbraith was interviewed with Tom Keene and Ken Prewitt on Bloomberg. Transcript could be read here.

  • James Galbraith's interview on Counterspin, a weekly program with Janine Jackson, on the debt ceiling could be heard here.

  • James Galbraith was on Ian Masters' program "Background Briefing" on KPFK on July 12. listen here.

  • On July 11 New Deal 2.0, HuffPo and Salon, published a piece from James Galbraith on the debt issue, under the headline "Hawk Nation". Read here.

  • James Galbraith's interview with AmericasDemocrats.org may be heard here.

  • On July 8 Deutsche Welle requested and published a short piece from James Galbraith on the choice Europe must now make. Read here.

  • James Galbraith's brief comment on the beautiful words in the President's speech on the night of June 22 is in the "Room for Debate" blog of the New York Times. Read here.

  • James Galbraith's short essay on Keynes and the modern mind was mentioned in the Wall Street Journal Blog on June 14. Read here. The original essay could be read here.

  • On May 26, James Galbraith gave a keynote talk entitled "Is There a European Crisis" to a conference on Challenges of Europe: Growth and Competitiveness - Reversing the Trends, organized by the Faculty of Economics at the University of Split, at Bol, on the island of Brac, Croatia. Listen here.

  • On May 13, James Galbraith gave a keynote lecture to the 5th annual "Dijon" conference on Post Keynesian economics, meeting at Roskilde University near Copenhagen, Denmark. Listen here.

  • On May 5 the American Prospect published a Q&A with James Galbraith on the debt ceiling, whose message is: don't reward hostage-takers, it only encourages them. Read here.

  • On May 4 the Levy Economics Institute published a Policy Note by James Galbraith, entitled "Is the Federal Debt Unsustainable?" -- an effort to address a simple question about which many people are either ill-informed or confused. Read here.

  • On Friday April 29 Thom Hartmann interviewed James Galbraith as part of his series, "Conversations with Great Minds" Part one here, Part two here.

  • On April 27, Tom Keene of Bloomberg Radio interviewed James Galbraith on monetary policy and other topics. Listen here. © 2011 Bloomberg L.P. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

  • On April 26, Real News Network interviewed James Galbraith on Federal Reserve policy. Watch here.

  • On April 15, 2011, James Galbraith spoke on financial fraud at the 20th annual Levy Institute Hyman Minsky conference at the Ford Foundation in New York City. Listen here. The full conference audio may be heard at here. The transcript could be read here.

  • On April 12, 2011, Economists for Peace and Security held a symposium on the crisis in the states and cities on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. James Galbraith gave opening remarks which may be heard here. The full symposium will be on-line at here.

  • Steve Clemons reports from the INET Conference at Bretton Woods, NH, on April 10, 2011, here.

  • On April 3, James Galbraith gave a talk on the financial crisis at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church in Austin. video here.

  • On March 8 at 10 am James Galbraith is testifying before the Senate Finance Committee on tax reform. The hearing video and Galbraith's statement are at here.

  • James Galbraith's comments on fraud and oil at the IMF conference on macro-economics after the crisis on March 7 can be listened here and here.

  • On February 19, the American Prospect published an interview with James Galbraith on the deficit and debt. The interview may be read here.

  • On February 18, Tom Keene interviewed James Galbraith for Bloomberg Surveillance. The interview may be heard here.

  • James Galbraith's talk in the Diane Rehm Show (NPR) on the Obama budget on Feb. 15 can be listened here.

  • James Galbraith's short comment on the budget published on the NYT Room for Debate blog could be read here.

  • James Galbraith's recent comment on the Bixby- Walker-Rivlin Fiscal Solutions Tour published on Huffington Post, Salon and New Deal 2.0 could be read here.

  • James Galbraith's recent comment on the retirement age published in the Jan/Feb issue of The American Prospect could be read here.

  • On February 1, the New America Foundation published James Galbraith's "The Pillars of Economic Transformation," on the State of the Union. Read here.

  • At the Allied Social Sciences Association meetings in Denver on January 7-9, 2011, James Galbraith gave three talks: to an AEA session on the condition of economics, here, to an ASE session on new directions in macroeconomics, here, and to an AFEE session on the implications of rising resource costs for economic systems, here.

  • Foreign Policy ran a series entitled "Unconventional Wisdom" in its January-February issue for 2011; James Galbraith's contribution is a call for reducing the retirement age temporarily to help deal with unemployment, entitled, "Actually the Retirement Age is Too High." Read here.

2010

  • On December 1, the Deficit Reduction Commission issue its report entitled "The Moment of Truth." James Galbraith's comment, published in the Huffington Post, may be read here.

  • On December 1, James Galbraith debated former Budget Director David Stockman on Bloomberg. Watch here.

  • The New York Times on November 30 published a debate on deficit reduction and inequality; James Galbraith's contribution may be read here.

  • On November 20, James Galbraith gave closing remarks to a conference on the election results, sponsored by the Americans for Democratic Action Education Fund at the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University. Listen here. Transcript here. Watch here.

  • On November 18, James Galbraith gave a lecture at the Free Library in Philadelphia on the release of "Galbraith: The Affluent Society and Other Writings, 1952-1967" by the Library of America. Listen here.

  • On November 15, James Galbraith gave a lecture to the Federico Caffé Society in Rome entitled "The Great Crisis, The Keynesian Rising and the Great Neoliberal Counterattack: A Study in the Power of the Predator State" Listen here.

  • James Galbraith's recent Op-Ed on the election on the Huffington Post and at New Deal 2.0. could be read here.

  • James Galbraith's appearance on the Yahoo Finance Channel on quantitative easing and the congressional outlook, Nov.5, could be watched here and here.

  • James Galbraith's radical plan to create jobs could be watched on the Yahoo Finance Channel on Nov. 4. Watch here.

  • James Galbraith's recent comments on David Broder's suggestion that a war on Iran would be a useful way to improve economic performance were posted by the Washington Post on Nov. 4. Read here.

  • James Galbraith's talk in the Diane Rehm Show (NPR) on jobs and the U.S. economy on Nov. 1 can be listened here.

  • James Galbraith's recent appearance on Bloomberg TV on the Fed and Team Obama on Nov. 1 can be watched here.

  • On October 26, James Galbraith gave a talk at a symposium in Washington DC , on "Reexamining Premises in the Wake of the Great Crisis," sponsored by the New America Foundation, Building Assets Program. Listen here.

  • On October 15, James Galbraith gave a lecture on the great crisis at the County Museum, Elgin County, Ontario, on the occasion of John Kenneth Galbraith's 102d birthday. Listen here.

  • Trois discours en français: devant un colloque "des économistes atterrés" à Paris le 9 octobre, içi. A l'université Pierre Mendes-France à Grenoble, lors d'une céremonie docteur honoris causa, le 11 octobre, içi. Et encore à Paris, lors d'un débat sur les déficits et la dette publique, le 13 octobre, içi.

  • James Galbraith gave the inaugural Anne Mayhew lecture at the University of Tennessee on October 5. Listen here.

  • James Galbraith gave a keynote lecture to the Bernard Schwartz Symposium on "A Strategic Policy: Investment, Social Security and Economic Recovery," sponsored by Economists for Peace and Security at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, Washington, DC, on October 1. Listen here.

  • James Galbraith's brief appearance on the Dylan Ratigan show, Oct. 1 could be watched here.

  • James Galbraith gave a talk to the Progressive Caucus, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, on September 30. Listen here.

  • James Galbraith gave a talk on the American economic future to a forum of the Scholars' Strategy Network, chaired by Theda Skocpol and Frank Levy and held at Harvard University, September 30. Listen here.

  • James Galbraith gave a lecture to an international seminar on governance hosted by the Secretariat of the Economic and Social Development Council, Presidency of the Republic, Brasilia, September 16. Listen here.

  • James Galbraith will present his paper for the Scholars' Strategy Network, chaired by Theda Skocpol and Frank Levy, for a conference on 09/30/2010. Martin Baily, Richard Freeman and Larry Mishel are the other presenters. Read here.

  • James Galbraith participated New York Times "Room for Debate" on tax cuts and the legacy of supply-side economics on 09/27/2010. Read here.

  • James Galbraith participated a Bloomberg discussion on Larry Summers and defended him on 09/21/2010. Read here.

  • James Galbraith gave a keynote lecture on the economic crisis to the biennial convention of the Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union of Canada in Toronto on September 20. Listen here. Video here. News item here.

  • James Galbraith participated a debate running by the Atlantic over Mike Kinsley's cover article suggesting that Baby Boomers should pay down the national debt. Read here and here for Galbraith's responses.

  • The New York Times published James Galbraith's comments on the President's new program on 09/08/2010. Read here

  • The New America Foundation published James Galbraith's short piece on "Plan B" for the economy on 09/07/2010. Read here.

  • James Galbraith's interview on U.S. Economy and deficit on Bloomberg 08/13/2010 can be watched here.

  • James Galbraith's recent comments on fiscal policy quoted by The Economist can be read here.

  • James Galbraith's recent comments against cutting Social Security and Medicare was published in The Daily Beast. Read here.

  • James Galbraith was on WBAI (New York City community radio) talking against cutting Social Security and Medicare, Aug.2, 2010. Listen here.

  • Handelsblatt has translated and published James Galbraith's talk to the American Studies Association of Germany at the end of May. The article entitled "USA der Raubtier-Staat" is here.

  • The New York Times blog on Saturday posted a debate between Paul Krugman and James Galbraith. Read here and here.

  • James Galbraith gave a talk to a Socialist International seminar 07/12/2010, on Poros. Listen here. Transcript here

  • James Galbraith's essay headlined "Tremble, Banks, Tremble" was published in The New Republic on July 9. Read here.

  • James Galbraith gave an interview to Olivier Vilain of Le Courrier, published July 7 in Geneva. Read here (en français).

  • James Galbraith gave remarks twice at a conference of the Global Progressive Forum and Res Publica in Lisbon, July 9/10, including concluding remarks in advance of the speech by Prime Minister Socrates. Listen here and here. Transcripts here and here.

  • James K. Galbraith’s recent testimony to the Bowles-Simpson deficit commission, on behalf of Americans for Democratic Action. It's up on the New Deal 2.0, Huffington Post and the Campaign for America's Future sites.

  • James Galbraith's recent debate with Larry Kudlow over deficits on Kudlow's CNBC show 06/26/2010. Listen here.

  • James Galbraith testified to the Commission des Finances of the French Senat on June 18. Listen here.

  • James Galbraith gave an interview on June 19 in Paris alongside a group associated with the activist group "Attac;" the interview was later broadcast on the national radio network France Inter. The interview was recorded in a bar on the Rue Montorgeuil. Listen here

  • James Galbraith presented UTIP's work to a seminar at the OECD in Paris, France on June 18, 2010. Listen here; powerpoint here.

  • James Galbraith gave brief remarks in Helsinki on June 11, 2010 to a conference entitled "Challenges of the Global Crisis to Macroeconomic Theory and International Finance" sponsored by the Bank of Finland and the Banca d'Italia. The conference was held in honor of the memory of the economist Pentti Kouri. The remarks were comments on a paper by E.S. Phelps of Columbia University, entitled "The Slump, the Recovery and the New Normal." Listen here; transcript here.

  • On June 8, James Galbraith gave a lecture at the Athens Economics University entitled, "The Great Crisis and the American Response."Listen here. Transcript here.

  • James Galbraith delivered a keynote lecture entitled "The Imperative of a Green New Deal" at an inaugural conference of the Institute for Interdisciplinary Social Research at the FSU Jena, Germany on June 4, 2010; the conference title was "Ways Out of Crisis." Listen here; transcript here.

  • James Galbraith delivered a keynote address, "The Great Crisis and the American Response" to the conference of the German-American Studies Association at Humboldt University, Berlin, May 27, 2010. Listen here. Read here.

  • James Galbraith's Senate testimony on fraud and the economists is in Le Monde on May 20. Read here.

  • James Galbraith gave a full speech to the Forum of Government Auditors, meeting in San Antonio. on May 19. Listen here.

  • The Wall Street Journal blog is running a short response on Galbarith's defense of deficits. Read here.

  • James Galbraith's interview with C-Span C-Span's Washington Journal on May 18. Watch here.

  • James Galbraith gave remarks on future crises at a conference at Princeton on May 14th. Listen here.

  • Ezra Klein published an interview entitled, "Galbraith: The Danger Posed by the Deficit 'is Zero'" on May 12th. Read here.

  • The New York Times posted Galbraith's thoughts on "Twilight of the Welfare State" on May 12th. Read here.

  • The Washington Post ran its annual Spring Cleaning feature on May 6, which include James Galbraith's article on the Congressional Budget Office. Read here.

  • James Galbraith, Dean Baker & Robert Auerbach sent a letter to Larry Summers urging the WH to drop its "apocalyptic" approach to the Fed audit bill. Read here.

  • James Galbraith gave written testimony to the Subcommittee on Crime, Senate Judiciary Committee, on May 4, 2010. Read here. Update: Portuguese here. Spanish here.

  • James Galbraith's new interview in El Pais could be found here.

  • The Yahoo! Finance channel taped three segments with James Galbraith on April 30.

    The first is on Greece, Germany and the problems of the eurozone. Watch here.
    The second is on the GDP report. Watch here.
    The third is on Goldman et al. Watch here.
    The fourth is on deficit hysteria. Watch here.

  • The Straddler has published an interview with James Galbraith from March 14, 2010, entitled "The Predator's Boneyard" at here.

  • James Galbraith debated Peter Schiff (Rep. candidate for Senate in CT) on CNBC, on debt and deficits. Watch here.

  • James Galbraith debated Robert Higgs of the Independent Institute on the Scott Horton Show, Antiwar Radio, on April 21, 2010. Listen here.

  • James Galbraith delivered a talk entitled "The Predator State and the Great Crisis" as the annual Clifford and Virginia Durr Memorial Lecture at Auburn University, Montgomery Alabama on April 17, 2010. Listen here.

  • James Galbraith spoke on "International Financial Fragility" and specifically on the Greek crisis at the 19th annual Levy Economics Institute conference honoring Hyman Minsky, at the Ford Foundation in New York City on April 16, 2010. Listen here. Transcript here

  • At the Institute for New Economic Thinking inaugural conference at Kings College, Cambridge on April 10, 2010, James Galbraith presented a summary of UTIP's work on inequality in the world economy. The speech is here, and the presentation here.

  • Galbraith's interview at the INET conference on Bloomberg is here.

  • James Galbraith's recent response to Alan Greenspan's paper on the crisis is published by the National Journal Expert Blog. Read here.

  • James Galbraith's recent defense of deficits, March 4, is published by The Nation. Read here.

  • James Galbraith's recent comments on jobs policy at the "Progressive Governance" conference hosted by Gordon Brown in London in late February can be read here.

  • James Galbraith's recent comments on the Greek situation are quoted the Greek newspaper Eleftherotypia on Sunday, Feb. 7, is here The translation is here.

  • James Galbraith's recent appearance on Bloomberg, Feb.5, can be watched here.

  • James Galbraith's recent comments are quoted in the NYT, Feb.2, can be read here.

  • James Galbraith's recent comments are quoted in CBS Marketwatch, Feb. 2, can be read here.

  • James Galbraith's recent talk on Jim Bohannon Show, Feb. 1, can be listened here.

  • James Galbraith's recent interview with Von Lars Schall, Jan.29, can be read from German outlet MM News and New Deal 2.0.

  • James Galbraith's recent apearance on MSNBC’s Countdown, Jan. 27, can be watched here.

  • James Galbraith's recent apearance on MSNBC’s The Rachel Maddow Show, Jan. 25, can be watched here.

  • James Galbraith's recent apearance on  Diane Rehm Show, Jan. 25, can be listened here.

  • James Galbraith's January 20 interview with Wamara Mwine, Newsroom Magazine, can be read here.

  • James Galbraith's recent article on the deficit trap for progressives on Alternet can be read here.

  • James Galbraith's recent article, "How Much Debt is Too Much", National Journal Expert Blog, can be read here.

  • James Galbraith's recent article to support banking reform on AOL's portal, The Sphere, can be read here.

  • James Galbraith's recent appearance in CNBC video can be watched here.

  • James Galbraith gave comments January 3 at the American Economic Association meetings on remarks by Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Don Kohn, Assistant Treasury Secretary Alan Krueger, Allen Sinai and Professor Martin Feldstein. Listen here. Full video of the session is here , with JG's intervention at about 94 minutes in.

  • James Galbraith's recent article "Who Are These Economists, Anyway?" in Thought & Action, the journal of the National Education Association can be read here.

2009

  • James Galbraith's recent comment on Bernanke's confirmation on the site of the NewsHour 12/16 can be found here.

  • James Galbraith's recent brief comment on the site of the NewsHour 12/03 can be found here.

  • James Galbraith's recent interview with Al Jazeera on the jobs question 12/03 can be found here.

  • James Galbraith's recent essay called "Old Mistakes Die Hard" appeared 11/23 on the Huffington Post, New Deal 2.0 and some other sites can be found here.

  • James Galbraith participated in a discussion of the dangers facing the economy on Fox Business on Nov. 25. It can be watched here.

  • The Intelligence-Squared debate held on Monday, November 16 in New York is now available in video on-line at: here.
    The proposition was: "Obama's Economic Policies are Working Effectively"
    In favor: Mark Zandi, Steve Rattner, Larry Mishel.
    Opposed: James Galbraith, Allan Meltzer, Eliot Spitzer.
    The debate airs on Bloomberg Radio Nov 23-25.

  • James Galbraith's recent intervew on Yahoo Finance Channel on Nov. 20 may be found here ("A Govt. Not Run by the Financial Sector": James Galbraith's Rx for Wall Street Reform), here (We Need a Second Stimulus Immediately, Says James Galbraith) and here ("A Truly Extraordinary Slump": Reports of Robust Recovery Premature, James Galbraith Says).

  • On Friday November 13, Economists for Peace and Security organized a symposium in at the Ronald Reagan International Trade Center Washington, in collaboration with the New America Foundation and the Initiative for Rethinking the Economy. The event comprised three panels -- on financial reform, on jobs and housing, and on the international dollar -- plus two keynote addresses, from Damon Silvers of the Congressional Oversight Panel and Phil Angelides of the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission.

    The entire event was web-cast to an audience of about 6500. Now the video has been uploaded to the EPS site, where you can access it at here.

  • James Galbraith will be on Bill Moyers's Journal Friday night, to discuss the 80th anniversary of the Great Crash and the new edition of a certain book by that title, just released in the US from Houghton-Mifflin and in the UK by Penguin.

  • James Galbraith's speech to the SRI in the Rockies Conference Oct 26 may be heard here.

  • James Galbraith recently hosted "Book Salons" on the web-site FireDogLake for Bob Auerbach's "Deception and Abuse at the Fed" and for Bruce Bartlett's "The New American Economy." Both begin with short personal/biographical reflections. Read here and here.

  • James Galbraith's recent interview in Libération on September 30 could be heard here.

  • James Galbraith's recent radio interview on France Inter could be heard here.

  • James Galbraith's recent interview with France Inter, "La Rue des Entrepreneurs" was broadcast on October 10.  It starts about three minutes in:http://sites.radiofrance.fr/franceinter/em/ruedesentrepreneurs/index.php?id=84053.

  • James Galbraith's recent speech at the Royal Society, London, on "The Great Crisis and the Dismal Science" can be heard here.

  • James Galbraith's recent interview published in Le Monde Economie, October 10, headlined, "The Social Security Crisis is a Myth" could be found here. For the clip file, click here.

  • James Galbraith's recent podcast interview in London with OpenDemocracy, October 3, could be found here.

  • James Galbraith's recent interview with John Hanrahan of the Nieman Watchdog Project, published October 8, could be found here.

  • Thomas Frank's recent comment on The Predator State on 10/7 WSJ could be found here.

  • James Galbraith's recent interview on MediaPart could be found here.

  • James Galbraith's recent interview with McClatchy on his book The Predator State could be found here.

  • James Galbraith's recent interview on 9/30 the French late-night TV program "Ce Soir ou Jamais" to discuss the financial crisis could be found here.

  • Steve Clemons of the New American Foundation posts an short blog-interview with James Galbraith could be found here. The interview followed a panel presentation in DC on September 15. Galraith's remarks are in the first session, beginning at about 45 minutes in. Click here.

  • James Galbraith's new comments on Paul Solman's NewsHour blog on 9/14 is here.

  • James Galbraith's new comments on the challenges facing monetary policy could be found here.

  • James Galbraith's white paper has published by EPS at here and by the Levy Institute at here under the title "Financial and Monetary Issues as the Crisis Unfolds". This paper was also distributed by the New America Foundation to their mailing list, under the title, "Construction, Not Reconstruction."

  • James Galbraith's recent article that summarizes all of his work, with his students, through the University of Texas Inequality Project to date -- about a dozen years of research and several dozen articles has been e-printed at here.

  • James Galbraith's recent interview with 1st Chinese Business Network (CBN) could be found here.

  • James Galbraith's recent interview with 1st Chinese Business Network (CBN) could be found here.

  • James Galbraith's recent comment on Marketplace, Aug. 7, could be found here.

  • James Galbraith's recent comment on Time could be found here.

  • James Galbraith's recent comment on NPR, Aug. 6, could be found here.

  • James Galbraith's The Predator State is in NYT Book Revew (Paperback Row) on July 24. Check here.

  • James Galbraith's recent interview with 21st Century Business Herald could be found here and here .

  • James Galbraith presented a talk on the world crisis to a meeting of the International Institute for Global Development, at Palazzo Terranova in Umbria, Italy, on July 11, with President Gorbachev in attendance. Text here, audio here, and a picture here.

  • Forbes "Business Visionaries" series has an interview with James Galbraith here, permalinks here, and here.

  • James Galbraith's recent comment on the NewsHour could be found here.

  • James Galbraith's colloquy with Ron Paul is circulating separtely here.

  • "Fed fights House attack on powers"--news coverage on James Galbraith's recent testimony on Fed hearing was in the Wall Street Journal and the Financial Times. Read here.

  • James Galbraith attended hearing before the Domestic Monetary Policy Subcommittee as a witness on July 9th. The hearing is described here.

  • James Galbraith's recent testimony on domestic monetary policy and technology, July 9, could be watched here.

  • James Galbraith's recent podcast interview with George Kenney on July 3 found here.

  • James Galbraith's recent comment on stimulus package on the Public Radio International's program Marketplace, July 7, may be found here.

  • An Austro-libertarian blog decides that James Galbraith is a threat. For details, check "The Coming of Galbraith".

  • The think-tank TASC in Dublin has video of James Glabraith's June 4 leture. Watch here with Q&A here.

  • James Galbraith's recent interview with the Irish Independent in June could be found here.

  • James Galbraith's recent comment in the National Journal, on the ever-green deficit alarmism, June 8, may be found here.

  • James Galbraith's recent lecture to the Irish Institute of European and International Affairs, Dublin, with Q&A, June 5, can be heard here. "Postscript" can be listened here

  • James Galbraith's recent interview with Irish Left Review, June 5, may be found here.

  • James Galbraith's recent comments on unemployment during recession on Irish Independent, June 5, may be found here.

  • James Galbraith's recent comments on pay inequality on Irish Times, June 5, may be found here.

  • James Galbraith's TV interview with Vincent Browne on Irish TV 3 on June 4 can be watched here.

  • James Galbraith's recent comments on financial crisis on Luxembourg media, Le Jeudi, June 4, can be found here.

  • James Galbraith's TV interviews with the Yahoo! Finance Channel, May 22, may be viewed here: The Next Big Bailout? , In Every Way a Good Thing, "Banks Can Hardly Lose," But the Rest of Us Aren't So Lucky, Galbraith Says.

  • An interview with James Galbraith published May 18 in Arabic is here.

  • James Galbraith's recent comments on bank stress tests on Al-Jazeera, May 7, may be viewed here.

  • James Galbraith's appearance on Fox Business Happy Hour on May 7 may be viewed here.

  • James Galbraith's brief debate with Stephen Moore of the WSJ on the stress tests on CNBC appearance May 6 may be viewed here.

  • Matt Renner of Truthout published a long interview with James Galbraith. Check here.

  • James Galbraith's appearance on Fox Business Happy Hour on April 29 may be viewed here.

  • James Galbraith's recent debate with Richard Armey (former Majority Leader, U.S. House of Representatives) at the Texas Lyceum on April 3 can be found here.

  • James Galbraith's panel at the Levy Economics Institute's Minsky Conference, held at the Ford Foundation in New York City on April 18 can be heard here.

  • James Galbraith's talk to the Unitarian-Universalist Policy Forum in Austin on April 26 may be heard here.

  • James Galbraith's comments at the University of Chicago conference on the financial crisis, April 10, 2009, may be found here.

  • James Galbraith lectured on the financial crisis at Clark University on April 6. Listen here.

  • James Galbraith's recent debate on Capitalism on Fox Business "Happy Hour", April 7, 2009 may be viewed here.

  • James Galbraith's recent speech on the New Deal at the Council on Foreign Relations, March 30, 2009 may be viewed here.

  • James Galbraith's testimony before the Senate (Economic Policy Subcommittee, Committing on Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs) at a hearing entitled "Lessons from the New Deal," March. 31, 2009 may be viewed here.

  • James Galbraith was interviewed on the bank plan on the Canadian Broadcasting Corp, March 28, 2009. Download here.

  • James Galbraith's brief comment, prepared for the progressive governance summit in Santiago, was picked up and republished by The Guardian todayon March. 28th. Check here.

  • James Galbraith was interviewed on the bank plan on the "Young Turks", March. 28, 2009. Watch here.

  • James Galbraith was interviewed with Amy Goodman on the bank plan and bank regulation on Democracy Now!, March. 27, 2009. Watch here .

  • James Galbraith's recent talk on Yahoo Finance could be found here: Part I: Geithner's Plan "Extremely Dangerous," Part II: Geithner, Obama Kowtowing to "Massively Corrupted" Banks. "Happy Talk" Won't Solve Crisis, Three Ways to Fix the Housing Crisis.

  • James Galbraith's recent interview in the SNL Financial could be found here.

  • James Galbraith was on Squawkbox, CNBC, Mar. 12 arguing that subprime securitization is a bigger fraud than Madoff, and again asking for an official review of the loan tapes. Watch here.

  • James Galbraith's recent comment in the National Journal expert blog, on the economic forecasts can be found here.

  • James Galbraith's recent comment in the National Journal expert blog, on on the role of sticky wages in unemployment can be found here.

  • Fire Dog Lake on accountability and the need to inspect the loan files, March 10, can be found here.

  • James Galbraith's interview in Brasilia from Carta Maior in Portuguese, March 5, can be found here.

  • James Galbraith's interview in Brasilia from Carta Maior, March 4, can be watched here.

  • The NYT on academic economics and the crash, March 4, can be found here.

  • Alfredo Jalife-Rahme on the Galbraith Plan in La Jornada (Mexico) can be found here.

  • Mother Jones on James Galbraith's congressional testimony, Feb. 26, can be found here.

  • Darwin's Children: James Galbraith delivered a radio essay on the BBC on Darwin's bicentennial, on the topic of Darwin's influence on economics. Listen here .

  • James Galbraith's testimony on congressional hearing on monetary policy and the economic crisis, Feb. 26, 2009 can be watched here .

  • Steve Clemons' blog took up James Galbraith's case from Marketwatch and the National Journal, sparking an interesting debate, Feb. 26, 2009. Check here .

  • James Galbraith was interviewed with Amy Goodman on the banks on Democracy Now!, Feb. 10, 2009. Watch here .

  • James Galbraith was interviewed on Max Keiser’s The Oracle on BBC, Feb. 7, 2009. Watch here.

  • James Galbraith was interviewed on the stimulus bill and the condition of the bank in Bloomberg news, Feb. 6, 2009. Watch here.

  • James Galbraith was interviewed with George Kenney on Feb. 6, 2009. Listen here.

  • James Galbraith's recent comment on the stimulus plan on NPR, Feb. 5, 2009 could be found here.

  • James Galbraith's recent comment on the financial crisis on CNN, Feb. 4, 2009 could be found here.

  • James Galbraith's recent comment on fiscal balance and credibility in the National Journal' s expert blog, Feb. 2, 2009 can be found here.

  • James Galbraith's recent comment on the stimulus plan in the Diane Rehm show, Feb. 3, 2009 can be listened here.

  • James Galbraith's recent comment on the current economy situation in Warren Olney's To The Point, Feb. 2, 2009 can be found here.

  • To listen James Galbraith's recent talk on the financial crisis on Bloomberg, Feb. 2, 2009 click here.

  • James Galbraith's recent comment on the expansion plan in the New York Times' expert blog, Jan. 30, can be found here.

  • James Galbraith's debate with Martin Feldstein on the NewsHour on Jan. 30, 2009 can be found here.

  • James Galbraith's comment about Brazilian president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva's refusal to go to Davos was quoted by Joshua Goodman in Bloomberg on Jan. 29, 2009. Check here.

  • James Galbraith's recent comment on bank nationalization in the National Journal' s expert blog, Jan. 26, can be found here.

  • To listen to James Galbraith's 1/25 interview with Robert McChesney's "Media Matters", WILL-AM in Champaign-Urbana, IL, click here, or download here.

  • James Galbraith's long post on the New Deal and unemployment statistics, at the TPM Cafe Book Club on Jan. 21 can be found here.

  • James Galbraith was interviewed on the Peter B. Collins show, January 21, 2009. Listen here (second half of the broadcast).

  • James Galbraith's comments on Obama's economic policies can be found on Huffington Post on 01/20.

  • James Galbraith's comments on Obama's economic message, on RNN on 1/19. Listen Part Iand Part II.

  • James Galbraith's recent talk on CNBC's Squawk Box on Jan. 14, 2008. Check Retail Sales & Import Prices, Retail Insiders on Industry's Future, Fed, Economy & You.

  • James Galbraith's recent talk on what should be done, at the ASSA meetings. Listen here.

2008

  • James Galbraith's recent interview with the Mainstream Media Project. Listen here for more details.

  • James Galbraith's recent commentary on the Washington Independent is here.

  • James Galbraith talked with Bloomberg's Betty Liu about the prospects for a U.S. fiscal stimulus plan on Dec. 10, 2008. See here.

  • James Galbraith's recent appearance on Reuters' video is here.

  • James Galbraith's recent appearance on Yahoo Tech Ticker -- "How the 'Experts' Missed the Crash: Philosophical Flaws, No Sense of History".

  • James Galbraith's recent appearance on Yahoo Tech Ticker -- "The Good News and 'Very Disturbing News' of Zero-Yield Treasuries".

  • James Galbraith's recent appearance on Yahoo Tech Ticker -- "Advice for Obama: $1T Stimulus Needed to 'Keep Economy from Collapsing'".

  • Huffington Post has now published James Galbraith's comments at the LBJ Centennial conference here in Austin on December 4. For details, see here.

  • James Galbraith's recent interview with the Russian periodical Tema Nedely is here.

  • James Galbraith's November 19 interview on Al Jazeera's Riz Khan show may be viewed here.

  • James Galbraith's appearance on the NewsHour on Nov. 25, 2008 to discuss the Federal Reserve's latest efforts may be viewed here or listen to here.

  • James Galbraith's keynote speech at the Campaign for America's Future conference on "Real Investment in America" at the Library of Congress in Washington on Nov. 18, 2008, is available in audio at here.

  • James Galbraith's book talk and current politics on Morning Joe, on Nov. 13, 2008, can be found here. Here is the script.

  • James Galbraith's interview with Handelsblatt was published on Nov. 13, 2008, can be found here.

  • James Galbraith's comments on the WHYY program "Radio Times" on Nov. 10 can be heard here.

  • James Galbraith gave an interview November 7 to Matthew Bell on President-elect Obama's prospective Treasury Department appointment and financial policy choices. Listen at here.

  • James Galbraith's lecture at the Schwartz Center for Economic Policy Analysis at the New School in New York on the evening of October 20, on The Predator State and on the financial and economic crisis can be found here.

  • Morning discussing the BOE's and European Central Bank's decision to cut rates and what President-elect Obama needs to for the economy, with James Galbraith, University of Texas; Michael Darda, MKM Partners and CNBC's Steve Liesman on CNBC can be found here.

  • James Galbraith's brief comments on the first steps Barack Obama on the BBC 4 Today program, November 6, 2008 can be found here.

  • James Galbraith's interview with Deborah Solomon in the NYT Sunday magazine, November 2, 2008 can be found here.

  • James Galbraith's debate with McCain supreme economic adviser Kevin Hassett on Obama and McCain economic plans can be watched here.

  • Listen to James Galbraith at the New America Foundation, October 6, 2008, with commentary by Mark Schmitt and Barry Lynn. Check here.

  • James Galbraith was interviewed with Bill Moyers about the causes of the economic crisis and his new book. Check here.

  • James Galbraith is on the Public Radio Internationl's Marketplace (Check here and listen to the radio part.) as well as Bill Moyers' Journal on PBS on Oct. 24, 2008. He is also on the BBC World Service front page at the moment. Check here for the audio.

  • Here is an interview of James Galbraith on the presidential election in the Business Matters.

  • James Galbraith's brief article "Plan" in the Harper's Magazine can be found here.

  • James Galbraith's long radio interview on France-Culture, on the economics of JKG and related issues can be found at I, II, III.

  • The Politico published an article on John Kenneth Galbraith and his postwar liberalism. The article called "Twin giants of postwar liberalism" can be found here.

  • More coverage of James Galbraith's comments on the financial crisis in the NYT on October 19, 2008. For details, check James Galbraith lets loose and The Guys From ‘Government Sachs’ .

  • James Galbraith's comments on the financial crisis in the American Statesman can be found here.

  • The Toronto Globe and Mail published an article about James Galbraith's pilgrimage to the farming settlement on Lake Erie's north shore where his late father, John Kenneth Galbraith, the U.S. liberal icon, was born. For details, check here.

  • James Galbraith made a comment in the National Journal on October 16, 2008. For details, check here.

  • The New York Times has a review of The Predator State, September 28, 2008, here.

  • Coverage of James Galbraith's comments on the financial crisis, in The Daily Telegraph, The New Republic and here, The Kansas City Star, Business Week and here, the Miami Herald and other McClatchy papers, the Huffington Post and the Paradise Post, September 25-26, 2008.

  • The Columbia Journalism Review has an article on media coverage of former Senator Phil Gramm.

  • The Silicon Valley Metro published a review of James Galbraith's The Predator State on September 25, 2008. For more, check here.

  • James Galbraith's interview with The New Republic on September 23, 2008 can be found here.

  • The American Prospect refers James Galbraith and William Black's article "Trust but Verify" as further reading. See here for more.

  • Ken Silverstein wrote an article called "Six Questions for James Galbraith on the Financial Crisis and the Bailout" in Harper's Magazine on September 24, 2008.

  • James Galbraith and William Black publish a practical guide to drafting the bail-out bill in The Nation on September 23. See here for English version. A version in Spanish was published on September 24 in Vanguardia (Barcelona). Check here.

  • James Galbraith was invited as a guest in an hour's debate with Kenneth Rogoff -- "On Point", NPR, September 23. See here for more details.

  • James Galbraith's commentary on BBC Radio 4's Today program on September 20 can be found here.

  • James Galbraith's interview with CounterSpin on September 18, 2008 can be found here.

  • James Galbraith quoted in the Boston Globe on the Financial Crisis, September 17. For more details, see here.

  • James Galbraith quoted in the Washington Post, column "On Faith", September 16. Fore more details, see here.

  • James Galbraith interviewed on Bloomberg TV, September 16. Check here.

  • James Galbraith interviewed on NPR's "To the Point" with Warren Olney, September 16 (about 28 minutes in). For more details, see here.

  • James Galbraith interviewed on Air America, the Thom Hartmann show, by Carl Wolfson (halfway through, or so). See here for more details.

  • James Galbraith interviewed on CBC, "As it Happens," September 16, 2008. Check here.

  • "Campaign for the American Reader" reports on James Galbraith's reading list, including Dante and Cabeza da Vaca, here.

  • James Galbraith's interview on Biz Radio with Mike Norman on September 16th can be found in five parts: I, II, III, IV, V.

 

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