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Believe it or not: crises of credibility
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Fake news, populism, the bubble: these expressions have become intrinsically associated with the current political era and frame our thinking in an era of uncertainty. Yet, what lies behind the rise in disingenuity and the collapse of universal public spheres and what can be done about it?
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A Trojan horse or a trading cornucopia? The pros and cons of the proposed transatlantic partnership
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Will the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership be the destruction or the making of Europe? The Red House plays host to Vanya Grigorova and Krassen Stanchev as it asks what we can expect from the hotly debated TTIP.
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Conceptualising capitalism: how the misuse of key concepts impedes our understanding of modern economies
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What is capitalism? In this discussion, Professor Geoffrey Hodgson attacks what he sees as widespread misunderstandings of its very nature and proposes a new understanding, based on referral to its historical basis and, in particular, to the ideas of Victorian economist Henry Dunning MacLeod, best known for his work on credit and its centrality within capitalist societies.
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