Steve Keen is Professor of Economics and Head of Department of Economics, History and Politics at Kingston University, London. Steve's interpretative analysis is quite different to the norm. Steve likes to be known socially as an anti-economist and has spent 40 years fighting delusion in economics. That delusion has led us into a crisis and Steve may have finally won his battle... or has he? Steve is the winner of the Revere Award for being the economist who most convincingly warned of the economic crisis and whose work is most likely to prevent another one. He topped the poll beating Roubini, Shiller, Soros, Stiglitz and Krugman.
In this interview, Steve mentions and discusses: Keynesian economics, supply, demand and equilibrium,demand curves, Debt/GDP ratio, financial crisis, housing market bubble, IS-LM model,
Economists and Economic Schools:
In this interview, Steve mentions: Frank Stilwell, John Maynard Keynes, Hyman Minsky, John Hicks, Paul Krugman, Paul Samuelson, Marshallian economics (Alfred Marshall), Walrasian Economics (Leon Walrasian)
- how Steve saw the 2008 financial crisis coming when he investigated Debt/GDP levels.
- Steve's views on current economic teachings in many school, colleges and universities around the world.
- what should be done at these colleges and how a pluralist approach to teaching economics is best.
- about Steve's thoughts on the treatment of Keynesian economics.
- about Steve's involvement in a Marvel-style comic book dedicated to teaching economics.
You can find all the links and books mentioned by Steve at http://www.economicrockstar.com/stevekeen