• The Chain with Kyle Bass | Real Vision Video

    Start your 14-day free trial of Real Vision. Learn how you can become a great investor: http://rvtv.io/2jSmTpW 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...

    published: 16 Feb 2015
  • 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 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
  • Mauldin Economics interviews Kyle Bass

    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
  • Coy Barefoot: Aynne Kokas

    Coy talks with the University of Virginia's Aynne Kokas about her new book Hollywood Made in China.

    published: 03 Mar 2017
  • 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

    published: 05 Dec 2010
  • 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
  • KANDEH KOLLEH YUMKELLA 'S SPECH PART1

    published: 12 Sep 2017
  • Can money buy happiness?

    Can money buy happiness? Is money the end point of development? Manfred Max-Neef says that economists are obsessed with quantitative economic growth. Economics cannot measure qualitative values: happiness, peace of mind, quality of life and well-being.

    published: 11 May 2011
  • Keeping Virginia's Economy on Track / Summit on Infrastructure and Transportation

    Governor Terry McAuliffe (D-VA) With Steve Clemons, Washington Editor at Large, The Atlantic For more on this event, please visit: http://www.theatlantic.com/live/events/infrastructure-transportation-summit/2016/

    published: 08 Dec 2016
  • Barefoot Managers

    IRMA was established in 1979 at Anand, Gujarat with the support of the Swiss Agency for Development Cooperation (SDC), the Government of India, the Government of Gujarat, erstwhile Indian Dairy Corporation and the National Dairy Development Board to provide management education, training, research and consultancy support to co-operatives and rural development organisations in India. IRMA is founded with the belief, borne out by Dr.Kurien's work in the dairy co-operatives which revolutionised the dairy industry in the country, that the key for effective rural development is professional management. Professionalising the management of rural organisations calls for matching the specific but unmet needs of the sector with the formal techniques and skills of management professionals. Linking ...

    published: 30 Nov 2012
  • Michel Bauwens on p2p economics

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    published: 20 Mar 2013
  • 2015 Delaware Arts Summit - Keynote Address - Lily Yeh

    The 2015 Delaware Arts Summit Keynote Speaker, Lily Yeh, gave a heart-felt speech about the process of transformation on the individual and collective level through the communal act of creating beauty and launching innovative social programs. Yeh is an internationally celebrated artist whose work has taken her to communities throughout the world. As founder and executive director of the Village of Arts and Humanities in North Philadelphia from 1968 to 2004, she helped create a national model of community building through the arts. In 2002, Yeh pursued her work internationally, founding Barefoot Artists, Inc., to bring the transformative power of art to impoverished communities around the globe through participatory, multifaceted projects that foster community empowerment, improve the phy...

    published: 11 Feb 2016
  • Business With Passion: Lily Yeh (Bioneers)

    Lily Yeh is an internationally celebrated artist whose work has taken her to communities throughout the world. She founded Barefoot Artists, Inc. to bring the transformative power of art to impoverished communities around the globe through participatory, multifaceted projects that foster community empowerment, improve the physical environment, promote economic development, and preserve indigenous art and culture. This interview is part of the Bioneers 2009 episode of Business With Passion. See the entire episode at: http://TV.ManyGoodIdeas.com/

    published: 18 Nov 2009
  • 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
  • Economists Credit President Trump for Booming Economy

    The economy continues to strengthen under President Trump with record stock market highs and tax cuts. One America's Christopher Carter has more from New York.

    published: 16 Jan 2018
  • Barefoot Wine Founders at the ICSB 2014 World Conference on Entrepreneurship in Dublin, Ireland

    Speaking Reel of Barefoot Wine Founders Michael Houlihan & Bonnie Harvey at the ICSB 2014 World Conference on Entrepreneurship in Dublin, Ireland. Receive your complimentary business tools at BarefootBonus.com For Speaking Engagements and Appearances Contact Mike Elliott: MDE@thebarefootspirit.com 707-887-8787

    published: 24 Sep 2014
  • The Economic Perspective - Prof. Paul Wachtel

    Lecture by Prof. Paul Wachtel, New York University: "The Economic Perspective", during the confernece "Israel and the U.S.", held by BESA - Begin - Sadat Center for Strategic Studies, in collaboration with the Center for International Communications and the Defamation League, at Bar-Ilan University, on June 2012 BESA: The Begin - Sadat Center for Strategic Studies: http://www.biu.ac.il/Besa/ BIU's School of Communication: http://communication.biu.ac.il/en/ Bar-Ilan University: http://www.biu.ac.il/en

    published: 21 Feb 2013
  • Manfred Max-Neef on Barefoot Economics 03 de 03 (Spanish Sub)

    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

    published: 28 Dec 2010
  • Mandred-Max Neef on Barefoot Economics Part 2 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
  • 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
  • The Immorality of Germany's "Refugees Welcome" Culture Explained by German Economist Sinn

    ENGLISH SUBS! Leading German economist Sinn arrives at a shattering conclusion for the proponents of a German "Refugees Welcome" culture, as he ties it to rising unemployment, higher competition for low-wage workers, crushing economic costs of integration, rise in crime and the thousands of deaths of hopeful refugees trying to cross the Mediterranean Sea. This is a lecture given in March 2016 under the original title "Die neue Völkerwanderung" ("The new people's migration") at the German IFO Institute. Sinn addresses who benefits and who loses from the more than 1 million refugees that arrived in Germany just in 2015, on ethics and responsibility, the legal side and on the distinction of "faithful ethics" (what Germany did) versus "responsibility ethics" (what states like Spain are doing)...

    published: 13 Aug 2016
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The Chain with Kyle Bass | Real Vision Video

The Chain with Kyle Bass | Real Vision Video

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Start your 14-day free trial of Real Vision. Learn how you can become a great investor: http://rvtv.io/2jSmTpW 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.
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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.
https://wn.com/Manfred_Max_Neef_On_Barefoot_Economics
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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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 .
https://wn.com/Mauldin_Economics_Interviews_Kyle_Bass
Coy Barefoot: Aynne Kokas

Coy Barefoot: Aynne Kokas

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Coy talks with the University of Virginia's Aynne Kokas about her new book Hollywood Made in China.
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Manfred Max Neef - Barefoot Economics

Manfred Max Neef - Barefoot Economics

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  • Updated: 05 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" 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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Manfred Max-Neef on Barefoot Economics Part 1 of 2

Manfred Max-Neef on Barefoot Economics Part 1 of 2

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  • Updated: 01 Mar 2011
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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/Manfred_Max_Neef_On_Barefoot_Economics_Part_1_Of_2
KANDEH KOLLEH YUMKELLA 'S SPECH PART1

KANDEH KOLLEH YUMKELLA 'S SPECH PART1

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Can money buy happiness?

Can money buy happiness?

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Can money buy happiness? Is money the end point of development? Manfred Max-Neef says that economists are obsessed with quantitative economic growth. Economics cannot measure qualitative values: happiness, peace of mind, quality of life and well-being.
https://wn.com/Can_Money_Buy_Happiness
Keeping Virginia's Economy on Track / Summit on Infrastructure and Transportation

Keeping Virginia's Economy on Track / Summit on Infrastructure and Transportation

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  • Updated: 08 Dec 2016
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Governor Terry McAuliffe (D-VA) With Steve Clemons, Washington Editor at Large, The Atlantic For more on this event, please visit: http://www.theatlantic.com/live/events/infrastructure-transportation-summit/2016/
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Barefoot Managers

Barefoot Managers

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IRMA was established in 1979 at Anand, Gujarat with the support of the Swiss Agency for Development Cooperation (SDC), the Government of India, the Government of Gujarat, erstwhile Indian Dairy Corporation and the National Dairy Development Board to provide management education, training, research and consultancy support to co-operatives and rural development organisations in India. IRMA is founded with the belief, borne out by Dr.Kurien's work in the dairy co-operatives which revolutionised the dairy industry in the country, that the key for effective rural development is professional management. Professionalising the management of rural organisations calls for matching the specific but unmet needs of the sector with the formal techniques and skills of management professionals. Linking the two are the 'rural managers' prepared by IRMA through its two-years diploma (PRM) in rural management. Born out of a maverick's dream, IRMA has become a frontrunner in professionalising the development of India's rural sector. Over the years it has provided management training, support and research facilities to students committed to rural development and in this process it has brought within its ambit several co-operatives, non-government organisations, government development agencies, international development organisations and funding agencies.
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Michel Bauwens on p2p economics

Michel Bauwens on p2p economics

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Wikisprint Barcelona, 20 march 2013 presenta Albert Cañigueral - Ouishare
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2015 Delaware Arts Summit - Keynote Address - Lily Yeh

2015 Delaware Arts Summit - Keynote Address - Lily Yeh

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The 2015 Delaware Arts Summit Keynote Speaker, Lily Yeh, gave a heart-felt speech about the process of transformation on the individual and collective level through the communal act of creating beauty and launching innovative social programs. Yeh is an internationally celebrated artist whose work has taken her to communities throughout the world. As founder and executive director of the Village of Arts and Humanities in North Philadelphia from 1968 to 2004, she helped create a national model of community building through the arts. In 2002, Yeh pursued her work internationally, founding Barefoot Artists, Inc., to bring the transformative power of art to impoverished communities around the globe through participatory, multifaceted projects that foster community empowerment, improve the physical environment, promote economic development, and preserve indigenous art and culture. In addition to the United States, she has carried out projects in multiple countries including Kenya, Ivory Coast, Ghana, Rwanda, China, Taiwan, Ecuador, Syria, Republic of Georgia, Haiti, and Palestine. (www.barefootartists.org) For more on the 2015 Delaware Arts Summit, visit: artsdel.org/summit
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Business With Passion: Lily Yeh (Bioneers)

Business With Passion: Lily Yeh (Bioneers)

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Lily Yeh is an internationally celebrated artist whose work has taken her to communities throughout the world. She founded Barefoot Artists, Inc. to bring the transformative power of art to impoverished communities around the globe through participatory, multifaceted projects that foster community empowerment, improve the physical environment, promote economic development, and preserve indigenous art and culture. This interview is part of the Bioneers 2009 episode of Business With Passion. See the entire episode at: http://TV.ManyGoodIdeas.com/
https://wn.com/Business_With_Passion_Lily_Yeh_(Bioneers)
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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  • Updated: 27 Sep 2010
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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_1_Of_2
Economists Credit President Trump for Booming Economy

Economists Credit President Trump for Booming Economy

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The economy continues to strengthen under President Trump with record stock market highs and tax cuts. One America's Christopher Carter has more from New York.
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Barefoot Wine Founders at the ICSB 2014 World Conference on Entrepreneurship in Dublin, Ireland

Barefoot Wine Founders at the ICSB 2014 World Conference on Entrepreneurship in Dublin, Ireland

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Speaking Reel of Barefoot Wine Founders Michael Houlihan & Bonnie Harvey at the ICSB 2014 World Conference on Entrepreneurship in Dublin, Ireland. Receive your complimentary business tools at BarefootBonus.com For Speaking Engagements and Appearances Contact Mike Elliott: MDE@thebarefootspirit.com 707-887-8787
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The Economic Perspective - Prof. Paul Wachtel

The Economic Perspective - Prof. Paul Wachtel

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Lecture by Prof. Paul Wachtel, New York University: "The Economic Perspective", during the confernece "Israel and the U.S.", held by BESA - Begin - Sadat Center for Strategic Studies, in collaboration with the Center for International Communications and the Defamation League, at Bar-Ilan University, on June 2012 BESA: The Begin - Sadat Center for Strategic Studies: http://www.biu.ac.il/Besa/ BIU's School of Communication: http://communication.biu.ac.il/en/ Bar-Ilan University: http://www.biu.ac.il/en
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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
  • views: 557
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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
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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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  • Updated: 01 Mar 2011
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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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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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  • Duration: 8:20
  • Updated: 27 Sep 2010
  • views: 5616
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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
The Immorality of Germany's "Refugees Welcome" Culture Explained by German Economist Sinn

The Immorality of Germany's "Refugees Welcome" Culture Explained by German Economist Sinn

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ENGLISH SUBS! Leading German economist Sinn arrives at a shattering conclusion for the proponents of a German "Refugees Welcome" culture, as he ties it to rising unemployment, higher competition for low-wage workers, crushing economic costs of integration, rise in crime and the thousands of deaths of hopeful refugees trying to cross the Mediterranean Sea. This is a lecture given in March 2016 under the original title "Die neue Völkerwanderung" ("The new people's migration") at the German IFO Institute. Sinn addresses who benefits and who loses from the more than 1 million refugees that arrived in Germany just in 2015, on ethics and responsibility, the legal side and on the distinction of "faithful ethics" (what Germany did) versus "responsibility ethics" (what states like Spain are doing).
https://wn.com/The_Immorality_Of_Germany's_Refugees_Welcome_Culture_Explained_By_German_Economist_Sinn
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