Talking the 1970s, US political economy & the China shock
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Down to business:
Back in February 2019 I sat down with two friends – Mark Blyth of Brown University (he of “austerity” and “angrynomics”) and Brendan Greeley of the FT – to talk about political economy, the 1970s, the “China shock”. It was a really good conversation. Recalling the scene – I think it was in my Columbia office – it seem as though it comes from another world. But the content has stood up well.
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Don’t worry about the usual FT paywall. It says that access is free.
More great conversations to come.
Chartbook newsletter #31 on climate political economy in the works.