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BBC Storyville Editor Paul Mason

Talks

Media Talk: Predicting the Crash

Frontline Club

6 Nov 08

The Battle for the Economy

Institute of Ideas

16 May 09

Capitalism After the Crash: the Rise and Fall of Neoliberalism

ICA

28 Oct 10

Phase Three of the Global Crisis

London School of Economics & Political Science

1 Nov 10

Bankers and Bonuses: What has the City ever done for London?

Future City Debates

4 Oct 10

Paul Mason in conversation with Sir David Hare: Has capitalism learned its lesson?

Frontline Club

26 Oct 10

Phase Three of the Global Crisis

London School of Economics & Political Science

31 Jan 11

Keynes v Hayek

London School of Economics & Political Science

26 Jul 11

The Darwin Economy: liberty, competition, and the common good

London School of Economics & Political Science

10 Nov 11

Why It's Kicking Off Everywhere: The New Global Revolutions

London School of Economics & Political Science

30 Jan 12

Why It's Kicking Off Everywhere: The New Global Revolutions

London School of Economics & Political Science

30 Jan 12

What Would Be A Socially Just Solution To The Current Economic Crisis?

Big Ideas

31 Jan 12

Banks versus the economy

London School of Economics & Political Science

3 Apr 12

The crisis always rings twice

London School of Economics & Political Science

8 Oct 12

Why Poverty?: The Inequality Debate

Frontline Club

30 Jan 13

The inequality debate

Frontline Club

30 Jan 13

The Folio Academy Sessions

British Library

18 Jun 16

The Folio Academy Sessions,Utopia: The Impossible Dream?

British Library

18 Jun 16

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