I was invited by the Rethinking Economics student association at the London School of Economics to give a talk about Greece, Austerity, Post Keynesian Economics and anticipating the crisis. There was an excellent audience of around 150 for the talk, and a good discussion afterwards: the students there are keen (pardon the pun) to learn about non-Neoclassical approaches to economics, which are taught at Kingston University, but which they said they do not learn from their courses at the LSE itself.
Click here to download my slides, and click below to watch the talk on YouTube. I embedded a number of Minsky simulation files in the presentation, and if you want to run them, first download Minsky from here and install it. Then click on the Minsky files after they have “bounced” onto the screen in slides 21 to 28. If you’d like to support Minsky’s development, please make a donation via the link below or on the sidebar. The payment goes directly to Dr Russell Standish, Minsky’s programmer.