Rituparna Basu appears on Front Page with Allen Barton to discuss the causes of the continued decline of the United States economy. This PJTV interview was posted September 10, 2012.
Archive for Tag “recession”
11 min. Housing Market Malaise
Elan Journo discusses the poor performance of the housing market, and possible solutions. This PJTV interview was posted on April 6, 2012.
Yaron Brook discusses the fact that the unemployment rate remains above 8%, even though there are new jobs being created. This PJTV interview was posted March 9, 2012.
Yaron Brook discusses the problems faced by young people in the current economy, and whether the demands for more education spending are helping or hindering them. This PJTV interview was posted on February 16, 2012.
Elan Journo comments on the Fed’s promise to keep interest rates near zero for the next three years. This PJTV interview was posted on January 27, 2012.
Yaron Brook delivered this talk at George Mason University on November 3, 2011. Based on a revolutionary view of why government intervention grows—and what must be done in order to stop it—Dr. Brook offers his assessment of two political movements: The Tea Party and Occupy Wall Street. He concludes that to successfully stop the growth of the state, and end cronyism, Americans will have to discover that laissez-faire capitalism is the only moral system—one that must be defended without guilt.
Yaron Brook discusses the Greek financial crisis, and the parallels to the situation in America. (PJTV interview; November 11, 2011; 8 min.)
Yaron Brook delivered this introduction to Ayn Rand’s moral defense of capitalism at an event hosted by the Foundation for Economic Education on November 5, 2011.
17 min. Ayn Rand and Occupy Wall Street
Yaron Brook appears on The Gary Snyder Show to discuss the Occupy Wall Street movement. Recorded October 21, 2011.
Yaron Brook participated in this panel of financial experts, recorded at the University of San Diego on October 4, 2011. The panel debates significant issues affecting investors, such as investment opportunities created by volatility in the financial markets, whether the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010 will help prevent the next financial crisis, the role of credit rating agencies, the new CFTC derivatives rules, and the link between corporate governance and financial performance. (Recording hosted by the University of San Diego; 75 min.)