We are living in one of the most uncertain economic times since the Great Depression of the nineteen thirties. The real estate bubble has burst. Wages are not keeping up with the cost of living while income disparity, inflation and unemployment are on the rise. Are these the result of misguided priorities or symptoms of built –in defects in our current economic system? What can be done to change the course of things before they get worse?
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Smart Talk is a series of discussions with leading economists around the world moderated by Andrew Mazzone.
This is an interview with Dr. Gregory Clark, Professor of Economics at University of California, Davis.
Dr. Clark is an editor of the European Review of Economic History, chair of the steering committee of the All-UC Group in Economic History, and a Research Associate of the Center for Poverty Research at Davis.
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