The Myth of the Great Depression author David Potts talks of Myth as a shaper of historical viewpoint
The shifting frame of ideas Politics Professor James Walter gives Keynes as an example of how the accepted frame of ideas can change, the once unorthodox can become the new status quo.
Millmow on the fascination of the 1930s and the rise of the professional economist led by Douglas Copland and L.F.Giblin
Millmow talks of his work but this time with the legendary economist L.F.Giblin looming in the background
Author What Were They Thinking: The Politics of Ideas in Australia Professor James Walter discusses the framework of ideas operative at a given time. Walter was interviewed by Garry Sturgess for his Australian National University […]