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The Case Against Markets

Thursday, 04 October 2012 14:48 By Robin Hahnel, ZCommunications | Video

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Professor emeritus Robin Hahnel speaking at University of Helsinki (11th September, 2012) about some of the structural problems of market systems. The talk was organized by Parecon Finland and The University of Helsinki, Department of Political and Economic Studies.

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Robin Hahnel

Robin Hahnel is Professor of Economics at American University. His most recent book is Economic Justice and Democracy. He is co-author with Michael Albert of The Political Economy of Participatory Economics. He has been active in many social movements and organizations over the past forty years, most recently with the Southern Maryland Greens and Green Party USA.


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The Case Against Markets

Thursday, 04 October 2012 14:48 By Robin Hahnel, ZCommunications | Video

Media

Professor emeritus Robin Hahnel speaking at University of Helsinki (11th September, 2012) about some of the structural problems of market systems. The talk was organized by Parecon Finland and The University of Helsinki, Department of Political and Economic Studies.

This piece was reprinted by Truthout with permission or license. It may not be reproduced in any form without permission or license from the source.

Robin Hahnel

Robin Hahnel is Professor of Economics at American University. His most recent book is Economic Justice and Democracy. He is co-author with Michael Albert of The Political Economy of Participatory Economics. He has been active in many social movements and organizations over the past forty years, most recently with the Southern Maryland Greens and Green Party USA.


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