Watch Richard Duncan’s Course: CAPITALISM IN CRISIS

Dear All,

I have recorded a two-hour course. It’s called Capitalism In Crisis: The Global Economic Crisis Explained. The course is broken into 15 short lectures and is available on an on-line teaching platform called Udemy.

In this course, I use 150 charts and slides to explain how the crisis in the global economy came about and why policymakers have been forced to respond to it with trillion dollar budget deficits and trillions of dollars of fiat money creation.

After taking this course, you will be much better positioned to anticipate how the crisis will evolve from here, how policymakers will react next and what that will mean for the direction of asset prices. You will also have a much clearer understanding about what kind of policies will be required to permanently resolve this crisis.

Here is the URL to the Course:

https://www.udemy.com/capitalism-in-crisis-the-global-economic-crisis-explained/

Take a look at the sample Lectures 1 and 7.

The course costs $100. I am offering it to the subscribers of this blog for $25. To buy the course at that price, input the following “Redemption Code” when prompted to “Redeem a Coupon”: Blog

I would be grateful if you would share this message with your friends and colleagues through your favorite social media.

With many thanks,

Richard

COURSE OUTLINE

SECTION 1: ABANDONED PRINCIPLES

Lecture 1: Introduction

Lecture 2: Restoring Stability After The Great Depression

Lecture 3: 1960s America: Too Much, Too Soon

Lecture 4: The End of Sound Money

SECTION 2: GLOBAL IMBALANCES

Lecture 5: The Consequences of Unbalance Trade

Lecture 6: Foreign Exchange Reserves

Lecture 7: The (Im)Balance of Payments and the US Economic Bubble

Lecture 8: Flaws in The Dollar Standard

SECTION 3: THE ROLE OF CREDIT

Lecture 9: How Credit Slipped Its Leash

Lecture 10: Creditopia

Lecture 11: Financial Sector Deregulation

Lecture 12: The Quantity Theory Of Credit

SECTION 4: THE POLICY RESPONSE

Lecture 13: Perpetuating The Boom

Lecture 14: Inflation – Deflation

Lecture 15: Concluding Remarks and Contact Details

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