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To launch our exciting new series The Chain on Real Vision TV, Raoul Pal travels to the Dallas to speak with Kyle Bass at the Barefoot Economic Summit. Founder and CIO of Hayman Capital, Kyle Bass gained notoriety for calling the sub-prime mortgage crisis. In this fascinating conversation, Kyle discusses event-driven vs. macro analysis, his approach to risk and portfolio sizing, and his motivational forces - from negative reinforcement, to freediving, to the epiphany moment. For the next interview of the series, Kyle Bass will interview one of his investment heroes - and The Chain continues on. Real Vision was launched to combat the dumbed-down approach to finance in traditional media. It is the world's first on-demand video channel for finance and our driving ambition is to deliver the h...
How to move from the current crisis to a stable economy ? Manfred Max-Neef is a Chilean-German economist in the field of international development. His most important books are: "From the Outside Looking In; Experiences in Barefoot Economics" and "Human Scale Development". originally published by the Dag Hammarskjöld Foundation. Both books seek to counter the logic of economics with the ethics of wellbeing.His latest book: Economics Unmasked" is a profound critique of mainstream economics. He has worked for several UN agencies and betwen 1994 and 2002 he was Vice Chancelor of the Universidad Austral de Chile in Valdivia. In 1983 he received the Right Livelihood Award (Alternative Nobel Prize). He holds honorary doctorates from Jordan, Colombia, Argentina and the United States, and has b...
Investment pros John Mauldin, Mohamed El-Erian, David Rosenberg, Barry Ritholtz, John Hussman and Kyle Bass discuss these important investor questions: . To launch our exciting new series The Chain on Real Vision TV, Raoul Pal travels to the Dallas to speak with Kyle Bass at the Barefoot Economic Summit. Episode 35 of Wall Street Week features Hayman Capital founder and principal Kyle Bass, who discusses the global economy, Federal Reserve policy, . Financial Thought Leader David Rosenberg is predicting a generational investment shift. The influential Chief Economist and Strategist at Toronto-based wealth .
Chilean economist Manfred Max-Neef details his now famous phrase "the economy is to serve the people, not people serve the economy." Listen to Manfred as he details how the pursuit of happiness is not that novel an idea, having been actively and openly sought after back in the 17th and 18th centuries.
Email Updates: http://eepurl.com/blOP4D Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wakeupworldeducation Twitter: https://twitter.com/WakeUpWorldEd Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCupSRneCmjUpKLZJtgphuCQ?sub_confirmation=1 Growth in GDP means the more a country produces all the things that people want, the more 'developed' that country becomes. The economy of modern societies is based on this principle, and the success of modern societies is measured by how much a country’s GDP is growing. Manfred Max-Neef is one economist who disagrees. According to him, growth is not the same as development, and development does not necessarily require growth. Max-Neef defines fundamental needs as having food, health, friendship, education, responsibility, recreation, equal rights, and the ability to...
#traidtalks is a series of free talks on sustainability hosted by the charity TRAID. Our first speaker, Jonathan Dawson from the Schumacher college, discussed Economics In Transition challenging growth for its own sake. He reflects on how alternative economic models can encompass human flourishing and protect the environment. www.traid.org.uk
John S. Gray, CPA, is interviewed by Connie Moser on budget basics in Prince William County, Virginia. 2013 offers several unique challenges and money flow from property taxes may be insufficient to fund county budgets and initiatives.
Discusses barefooot economics and US as underdeveloping country
Ashok Khosla suggests that a system that defines development in terms of material consumption is one that is doomed for failure. In a world of finite resources, we cannot afford to measure our growth in such terms. Well-being, fulfillment and personal satisfaction are all vital components of development, and are not predicated on consumerism alone. We must move to a needs-based economy that works within our natural limits.
"Africans have been an integral part of India’s history and each year the number of Africans coming to India is growing. We believe that every person has a story to tell. Stories of courage, hope and of dreams- These video portraits will look at Africans in India and unearths stories of love, life, hope and dreams ."
November 4-5th over 2,000 activists came out to the Defending the American Dream Summit to show their support for economic freedom. On the other side, the "occupy" group launched an attack on our own peaceable assembly and expression of free speech. After the 2011 Summit it's more clear than ever which vision for America we should embrace.
Chilean Economist Manfred Max-Neef on Barefoot Economics, Poverty and Why The U.S. is Becoming an "Underdeveloping Nation" You Tube Source: Manfred Max Neef Barefoot Economics Part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bBLDh0Rug14 Manfred Max Neef Barefoot Economics Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MTIpWUvoQl4&feature=related Democracy Now Source: http://www.democracynow.org/2010/11/26/chilean_economist_manfred_max_neef_on