• The Chain with Kyle Bass

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    published: 16 Feb 2015
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    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 .

    published: 09 May 2016
  • Manfred Max Neef Barefoot Economics Part 1

    published: 20 Nov 2010
  • WUWE presents: Manfred Max-Neef - Barefoot Economics (2015) | An alternative to GDP?

    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...

    published: 16 Sep 2015
  • Manfred Max-Neef Barefoot Economics Part 2

    Discusses barefooot economics and US as underdeveloping country

    published: 20 Nov 2010
  • Manfred Max-Neef on Barefoot Economics

    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.

    published: 07 Aug 2013
  • Manfred Max Neef - Barefoot Economics

    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

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  • #traidtalks - Economics in Transition 720p

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    published: 29 May 2014
  • What might sustainable economics look like?

    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.

    published: 20 May 2011
  • WAfrican leaders at ECOWAS summit

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    published: 17 Nov 2016
  • The Barefoot Grandmama's

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    published: 07 Sep 2015
  • VENEZUELA: TOUGH ECONOMIC POLICY HAS SEVERE EFFECT ON PEOPLE

    Spanish/Nat A tough economic adjustment programme appears to be pushing more and more Venezuelans into poverty. It's estimated that currently 80 percent of Venezuelans now live at or below the poverty line and that the number will increase as anti-inflation measures take effect. More than any time in its history, the Venezuelan capital Caracas is a city of two faces. On the one hand the affluent modern city -- and on the other, the vast slums climbing up the steep slopes of the surrounding hills. Venezuela is in the fourth year of a steep recession which has seen a sharp decline in incomes. This process has accelerated since President Rafael Caldera announced a "shock" programme on April 15 to reduce inflation. The International Monetary Fund made tackling inflati...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Chilean Economist Manfred Max-Neef: US Is Becoming an "Underdeveloping Nation" - Part 1 of 2

    While President Obama is reporting looking into tapping a former corporate executive to become his next top economic adviser, many economists question the path the United States is on. We speak to the acclaimed Chilean economist Manfred Max-Neef. He won the Right Livelihood Award in 1983, two years after the publication of his book Outside Looking In: Experiences in Barefoot Economics.

    published: 27 Sep 2010
  • The best, the boring and the barefoot: Looks from the red carpets at Cannes

    The best, the boring and the barefoot: Looks from the red carpets at Cannes

    published: 17 May 2016
  • UN official comments ahead of Somalia summit

    (10 May 2017) RESTRICTION SUMMARY: AP CLIENTS ONLY ASSOCIATED PRESS - AP CLIENTS ONLY Nairobi, Kenya - 8 May 2017 1. Various establishing shots of Michael Keating. Special Representative of the UN Secretary General in Somalia 2. SOUNDBITE: (English) Michael Keating, Special Representative of the UN Secretary General in Somalia "Access is a big problem and it's not just confined to Al-Shabaab, it's also how do you improve access in many others ways. Access isn't about getting aid to people, its about giving people, allowing people to move to where there is assistance, so we have learnt lessons there but I think timing, speed, capacity access, these are some of the issues. Now, unfortunately the scale of need is still outpacing the scale of ramp up , but, its much more impressive thi...

    published: 15 May 2017
  • Manfred Max-Neef on Barefoot Economics Part 1 of 2

    Artur Manfred Max Neef (b. October 26, 1932, Valparaiso, Chile) is a Chilean economist and environmentalist. He is of German descent. Mainly known for his human development model based on Fundamental human needs. Max-Neef started his career as a teacher of economics at the University of California, Berkeley in the early 1960s. Max Neef traveled through Latin America and the United States, as a visiting Professor in various universities, as well as living with and researching the poor.[1] He worked with the problem of development in the Third World, describing the inappropriateness of conventional models of development that have contributed to poverty, debt and ecological disasters for Third World communities. In 1981, Max Neef wrote From the Outside Looking In: Experiences in Barefoo...

    published: 01 Mar 2011
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    published: 14 May 2015
  • Chilean Economist Manfred Max-Neef: US Is Becoming an "Underdeveloping Nation" - Part 2 of 2

    While President Obama is reporting looking into tapping a former corporate executive to become his next top economic adviser, many economists question the path the United States is on. We speak to the acclaimed Chilean economist Manfred Max-Neef. He won the Right Livelihood Award in 1983, two years after the publication of his book Outside Looking In: Experiences in Barefoot Economics.

    published: 27 Sep 2010
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    Oslo Summit on Peace Through Trade

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    Artur Manfred Max Neef (b. October 26, 1932, Valparaiso, Chile) is a Chilean economist and environmentalist. He is of German descent. Mainly known for his human development model based on Fundamental human needs. Max-Neef started his career as a teacher of economics at the University of California, Berkeley in the early 1960s. Max Neef traveled through Latin America and the United States, as a visiting Professor in various universities, as well as living with and researching the poor.[1] He worked with the problem of development in the Third World, describing the inappropriateness of conventional models of development that have contributed to poverty, debt and ecological disasters for Third World communities. In 1981, Max Neef wrote From the Outside Looking In: Experiences in Barefoo...

    published: 01 Mar 2011
  • Harley Finkelstein of Shopify at the Globe's Small Business Summit 2016

    Harley Finkelstein, COO of Shopify, in conversation with Report on Business editor Derek DeCloet at the Globe and Mail's Small Business Summit 2016.

    published: 16 May 2016
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    published: 21 Jun 2012
  • The Natural Lifestyles on Channel 10's "The Barefoot Investor"

    James is interviewed by Scott Pape from Channel 10's "The Barefoot Investor" about the life changing 12 week course The Masterclass http://www.masterclass2010.com Watch James Marshall pickup a model who has already rejected him - click here - http://bit.ly/1J1h80G

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The Chain with Kyle Bass

The Chain with Kyle Bass

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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 highest quality economic, financial, and geopolitical content available. This obsession affords us access to the world's finest financial minds. A subscription to Real Vision gives you access to the entire library of hundreds of in-depth interviews from the industry's most lateral and successful thinkers, as well as hours of timely video interviews and analysis aired fresh each week. Get a glimpse of the type of exclusive content that subscribers benefit from on our Free Trial here: www.realvisiontv.com/trial realvisiontv.com
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Mauldin Economics interviews Kyle Bass

Mauldin Economics interviews Kyle Bass

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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 .
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Manfred Max Neef Barefoot Economics Part 1

Manfred Max Neef Barefoot Economics Part 1

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WUWE presents: Manfred Max-Neef - Barefoot Economics (2015) | An alternative to GDP?

WUWE presents: Manfred Max-Neef - Barefoot Economics (2015) | An alternative to GDP?

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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 be creative – to name just a few. Manfred Max-Neef presents a realistic alternative to GDP which is based on human needs not profit and develops projects to place well-being and happiness, rather than continual growth, at the heart of the economy. Manfred Max-Neef started his career as a professor of economics at the University of California, Berkeley, and worked for many years with the FAO and ILO of the United Nations. He is known for his Theory of Human Scale Development and The Principles of Barefoot Economics. Find out more: https://wakeupworld.education/ Video Editing By: Robito Chatwin This is a non profit found footage video for educational purposes.
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Manfred Max-Neef Barefoot Economics Part 2

Manfred Max-Neef Barefoot Economics Part 2

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Discusses barefooot economics and US as underdeveloping country
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Manfred Max-Neef on Barefoot Economics

Manfred Max-Neef on Barefoot Economics

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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.
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Manfred Max Neef - Barefoot Economics

Manfred Max Neef - Barefoot Economics

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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
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#traidtalks - Economics in Transition 720p

#traidtalks - Economics in Transition 720p

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#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
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What might sustainable economics look like?

What might sustainable economics look like?

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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.
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WAfrican leaders at ECOWAS summit

WAfrican leaders at ECOWAS summit

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(4 Jun 2016) The 49th conference of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) opened in Dakar on Saturday. The one-year term of Senegalese President Macky Sall at the head of the West African regional organisation officially ends at the summit. During the conference, Marcel de Souza officially took office as chairman of the ECOWAS Commission for the next two years. In his opening address, Sall said the terrorist threat remained a concern in the sub-region, although he said there was no presence of Islamic State in West Africa. Sall also called on all politicians in Guinea Bissau to exercise caution to preserve democracy in the country. On Thursday, Guinea Bissau President Jose Mario Vaz formed a new governmental team led by Prime Minister Baciro Dja, whose appointment is contested by the majority party, African Party for the Independence of Guinea and Cape Verde (PAIGC). The former Prime Minister of Guinea Bissau, Domingos Simoes Pereira, arrived at the summit in Dakar on Saturday. Pereira said he was there to ensure that the ECOWAS leaders were aware of the situation in Guinea Bissau. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/229aa04cc9e7ecb70cdc7fc51dac23bd Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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The Barefoot Grandmama's

The Barefoot Grandmama's

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The first in the series are the Barefoot Grandmama’s - African grandmothers, who, aided by the Indian Government have been coming to India to train to be solar engineers.
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VENEZUELA: TOUGH ECONOMIC POLICY HAS SEVERE EFFECT ON PEOPLE

VENEZUELA: TOUGH ECONOMIC POLICY HAS SEVERE EFFECT ON PEOPLE

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Spanish/Nat A tough economic adjustment programme appears to be pushing more and more Venezuelans into poverty. It's estimated that currently 80 percent of Venezuelans now live at or below the poverty line and that the number will increase as anti-inflation measures take effect. More than any time in its history, the Venezuelan capital Caracas is a city of two faces. On the one hand the affluent modern city -- and on the other, the vast slums climbing up the steep slopes of the surrounding hills. Venezuela is in the fourth year of a steep recession which has seen a sharp decline in incomes. This process has accelerated since President Rafael Caldera announced a "shock" programme on April 15 to reduce inflation. The International Monetary Fund made tackling inflation a condition for a one an a half (b) billion dollar loan. Experts had expected inflation to reach more than 100 percent by the end of the year. Higher taxation, a sharp increase in petrol prices, a currency devaluation and a lifting of exchange controls have made life more difficult for Venezuelans, especially the poorest. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) "I'm a father of a family and I can tell you we have many, many families living in this same poverty because each day things get worse and the people are just going down the plughole. And the government has just got to be more conscious about how much the people are suffering, even though they're hardworking." SUPER CAPTION: vox pop shanty town dweller At least half of the population of Caracas now lives in the shanty-towns surrounding the city. More and more people are simply having to make do with living in rough shelters on waste land. When this man lost his job his home went with it. Now he wants the government to help the poor. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) "So I think the government's got to do something for us, not just for us for all the people, foreigners and Venezuelans alike, because I've seen that on the banks of the River Guaire there are children in a state of total exploitation." SUPER CAPTION: homeless man In Venezuela's oil rich days, the state took care of everyone. But now those who don't have a family to look after them find themselves alone in the world. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) "I haven't a father, I haven't a mother, I haven't a grandmother, I haven't uncles or aunts, I haven't anyone. I'm an orphan, I haven't anyone so what can I do?" SUPER CAPTION: homeless man International financial organisations acknowledge the severe effects the reform programme is having -- but they say the tough fiscal medicine will eventually cure Venezuela's economic ills. However, Venezuelans just see themselves getting poorer and poorer. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) "In Venezuela for 20 years now we've been experiencing a progressive and powerful process of impoverishment. An aggressive, rapid and violent process, the likes of which has been seen virtually nowhere else in Latin America or the world." SUPER CAPTION: Bernardo Gonzalez, Economist While the debate continues over the merits of Venezuela's austerity programme, one fact remains. Life for most people in Caracas continues to be a daily search for shelter and a battle against hunger. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/2f725dd99666f23659c1f62e65eef141 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Chilean Economist Manfred Max-Neef: US Is Becoming an "Underdeveloping Nation" - Part 1 of 2

Chilean Economist Manfred Max-Neef: US Is Becoming an "Underdeveloping Nation" - Part 1 of 2

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While President Obama is reporting looking into tapping a former corporate executive to become his next top economic adviser, many economists question the path the United States is on. We speak to the acclaimed Chilean economist Manfred Max-Neef. He won the Right Livelihood Award in 1983, two years after the publication of his book Outside Looking In: Experiences in Barefoot Economics.
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The best, the boring and the barefoot: Looks from the red carpets at Cannes

The best, the boring and the barefoot: Looks from the red carpets at Cannes

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The best, the boring and the barefoot: Looks from the red carpets at Cannes
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UN official comments ahead of Somalia summit

UN official comments ahead of Somalia summit

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(10 May 2017) RESTRICTION SUMMARY: AP CLIENTS ONLY ASSOCIATED PRESS - AP CLIENTS ONLY Nairobi, Kenya - 8 May 2017 1. Various establishing shots of Michael Keating. Special Representative of the UN Secretary General in Somalia 2. SOUNDBITE: (English) Michael Keating, Special Representative of the UN Secretary General in Somalia "Access is a big problem and it's not just confined to Al-Shabaab, it's also how do you improve access in many others ways. Access isn't about getting aid to people, its about giving people, allowing people to move to where there is assistance, so we have learnt lessons there but I think timing, speed, capacity access, these are some of the issues. Now, unfortunately the scale of need is still outpacing the scale of ramp up , but, its much more impressive this time than it was in 2011-2012." ASSOCIATED PRESS - AP CLIENTS ONLY Mogadishu, Somalia - April 2017 3. Various Mogadishu street shots ASSOCIATED PRESS - AP CLIENTS ONLY Nairobi, Kenya - 8 May 2017 4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Michael Keating, Special Representative of the UN Secretary General in Somalia "Inevitably, aid organizations do come across people who try and block them from getting assistance in, some of them may be Al-Shabaab, and in our view if that negotiation is for the purposes of saving lives and reducing suffering, it makes a lot of sense. What is unacceptable and what is against international law by the way, is that those who are blocking access, particularly if it's Al-Shabaab, are profiting, or getting some kind of material advantage from assistance." ASSOCIATED PRESS - AP CLIENTS ONLY Mogadishu, Somalia - April 2017 5. Various Mogadishu street shots ASSOCIATED PRESS - AP CLIENTS ONLY Nairobi, Kenya - 8 May 2017 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Michael Keating, Special Representative of the UN Secretary General in Somalia "Counter terroist activity is likely to be more successful if it is apart of a broader strategy to reducing violence and bringing about peace. We are not going to drone strike our way to peace in Somalia. On the other hand, nor are we going to do development projects and somehow thats going to contain Al-Shabaab. There has to be a broad spectrum approach in which counter terrorism, and I'm not a military person but maybe drone strikes make sense as a part of that, but it also has to be about being wiling to engage those who support Al-Shabaab but may not themselves be ideological, who are doing so for economic reasons or social reasons, or simply because in the case of young people as we've discovered it gives them something to do basically." 7. Wide of Michael Keating STORYLINE: The UN Secretary-General's Special Representative in Somalia said aid access to drought hit area was a major challenge. Michael Keating said on Wednesday the issue was "not just confined to Al-Shabaab" militants. Keating made the comments on the eve of an international summit on Somalia to be held in London on Thursday. The summit will bring together heads of state from East Africa, key partners and figures from international organizations. It aimes at accelerating progress on the reform of the security sector, building on the international response to the ongoing drought and humanitarian crisis and trying to bring security and peace to the area. Somalia faces challenges that include the Al-Shabab extremist group and a drought that has hundreds of thousands of people on the brink of famine. On security, Keating says that there has to be a broad strategy to reducing violence and bringing about peace. Somalia's fragile government is struggling to assert itself after years of chaos that began with the fall of dictator Said Barre in 1991. =========================================================== Clients are reminded: You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/c9c5a30621a025cf364daaf62ec01adc Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Manfred Max-Neef on Barefoot Economics Part 1 of 2

Manfred Max-Neef on Barefoot Economics Part 1 of 2

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Artur Manfred Max Neef (b. October 26, 1932, Valparaiso, Chile) is a Chilean economist and environmentalist. He is of German descent. Mainly known for his human development model based on Fundamental human needs. Max-Neef started his career as a teacher of economics at the University of California, Berkeley in the early 1960s. Max Neef traveled through Latin America and the United States, as a visiting Professor in various universities, as well as living with and researching the poor.[1] He worked with the problem of development in the Third World, describing the inappropriateness of conventional models of development that have contributed to poverty, debt and ecological disasters for Third World communities. In 1981, Max Neef wrote From the Outside Looking In: Experiences in Barefoot Economics, a narrative of his travels among the poor in South America. In the same year, he founded CEPAUR (Centre for Development Alternatives).[2] In 1982, Max Neef won the Right Livelihood Award, known as the Alternative Nobel Prize, for his work in poverty-stricken areas of developing countries. Max-Neef ran for President of Chile as an independent in the 1993 election. He achieved 4th place, with 5.55% of the vote. In 1993, Max Neef was appointed rector of the Universidad Austral de Chile in Valdivia. He served in that position for eight years. He is a council member of the World Future Council.
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Kandeh Yumkella Keynote @ Africa Investor Summit

Kandeh Yumkella Keynote @ Africa Investor Summit

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A compelling visionary leader who knows the issues and solutions. A real African advocate calling for a new way of doing business in Africa. You can work with him for a fair deal in Sierra Leone.
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Chilean Economist Manfred Max-Neef: US Is Becoming an "Underdeveloping Nation" - Part 2 of 2

Chilean Economist Manfred Max-Neef: US Is Becoming an "Underdeveloping Nation" - Part 2 of 2

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While President Obama is reporting looking into tapping a former corporate executive to become his next top economic adviser, many economists question the path the United States is on. We speak to the acclaimed Chilean economist Manfred Max-Neef. He won the Right Livelihood Award in 1983, two years after the publication of his book Outside Looking In: Experiences in Barefoot Economics.
https://wn.com/Chilean_Economist_Manfred_Max_Neef_US_Is_Becoming_An_Underdeveloping_Nation_Part_2_Of_2
Oslo Summit on Peace Through Trade (1)

Oslo Summit on Peace Through Trade (1)

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  • Updated: 02 Jul 2009
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Oslo Summit on Peace Through Trade
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Mandred-Max Neef on Barefoot Economics Part 2 of 2

Mandred-Max Neef on Barefoot Economics Part 2 of 2

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Artur Manfred Max Neef (b. October 26, 1932, Valparaiso, Chile) is a Chilean economist and environmentalist. He is of German descent. Mainly known for his human development model based on Fundamental human needs. Max-Neef started his career as a teacher of economics at the University of California, Berkeley in the early 1960s. Max Neef traveled through Latin America and the United States, as a visiting Professor in various universities, as well as living with and researching the poor.[1] He worked with the problem of development in the Third World, describing the inappropriateness of conventional models of development that have contributed to poverty, debt and ecological disasters for Third World communities. In 1981, Max Neef wrote From the Outside Looking In: Experiences in Barefoot Economics, a narrative of his travels among the poor in South America. In the same year, he founded CEPAUR (Centre for Development Alternatives).[2] In 1982, Max Neef won the Right Livelihood Award, known as the Alternative Nobel Prize, for his work in poverty-stricken areas of developing countries. Max-Neef ran for President of Chile as an independent in the 1993 election. He achieved 4th place, with 5.55% of the vote. In 1993, Max Neef was appointed rector of the Universidad Austral de Chile in Valdivia. He served in that position for eight years. He is a council member of the World Future Council.
https://wn.com/Mandred_Max_Neef_On_Barefoot_Economics_Part_2_Of_2
Harley Finkelstein of Shopify at the Globe's Small Business Summit 2016

Harley Finkelstein of Shopify at the Globe's Small Business Summit 2016

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  • Updated: 16 May 2016
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Harley Finkelstein, COO of Shopify, in conversation with Report on Business editor Derek DeCloet at the Globe and Mail's Small Business Summit 2016.
https://wn.com/Harley_Finkelstein_Of_Shopify_At_The_Globe's_Small_Business_Summit_2016
Manfred Max-Neef on Barefoot Economics 03 de 03 (Spanish Sub)

Manfred Max-Neef on Barefoot Economics 03 de 03 (Spanish Sub)

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  • Updated: 28 Dec 2010
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Chilean Economist Manfred Max-Neef on Barefoot Economics, Poverty and Why The U.S. is Becoming an "Underdeveloping Nation" http://www.democracynow.org/2010/11/26/chilean_economist_manfred_max_neef_on
https://wn.com/Manfred_Max_Neef_On_Barefoot_Economics_03_De_03_(Spanish_Sub)
Suleika Reiners, World Future Council - Exclusive interview at Zermatt Summit 2012

Suleika Reiners, World Future Council - Exclusive interview at Zermatt Summit 2012

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  • Updated: 21 Jun 2012
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Suleika Reiners is working on financial markets which are meaningful in real economic terms. She has supported two members of parliament in the Bundestag: as a research associate for Axel Troost in financial markets and for Caren Lay in financial consumer protection. Her work areas included a licensing office for financial instruments, bank rescues, credit risks, private equity and investor/ borrower protection. She also worked for the NGO World Economy Ecology & Development. She has published work on financial liberalisation and the alternatives. As a student, she assisted an insurance broker. She completed the 2nd State Exam as an Economics and Mathematics teacher and studies in Journalism. At present, she is preparing for a "Master of Finance". She joined the WorldFutureCouncil in 2012.
https://wn.com/Suleika_Reiners,_World_Future_Council_Exclusive_Interview_At_Zermatt_Summit_2012
The Natural Lifestyles on Channel 10's "The Barefoot Investor"

The Natural Lifestyles on Channel 10's "The Barefoot Investor"

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James is interviewed by Scott Pape from Channel 10's "The Barefoot Investor" about the life changing 12 week course The Masterclass http://www.masterclass2010.com Watch James Marshall pickup a model who has already rejected him - click here - http://bit.ly/1J1h80G
https://wn.com/The_Natural_Lifestyles_On_Channel_10's_The_Barefoot_Investor