Steve Keen, professor of finance and economics, is opposed to capitalism parasitizing itsef by letting the financial sector create far more credit than people really need. He suggests that protesters should occupy universities as they have contributed to the spread of the decadent ideas that dominate modern economics today. In this clip BBC’s Hardtalk lets Keen elaborate his radical views on how to design the future credit system.
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