Feb 27 • 42M
Future Cities, Unequal Cities
Richard McGahey says America has a strong anti-urban bias. Or is it that unfettered free market forces will never replace cohesive regional planning?
Economist Steve Keen talks to Phil Dobbie about the failings of the neoclassical economics and how it reflects on society.ems-based alternative to mainstream economics
This week on Debunking Economics Phil and Steve are joined by Richard McGahey, author of a new book “Unequal Cities: Overcoming anti-urban bias to reduce inequality in the United States”. One of the problems the US faces is that cities, by and large, are self-funded, with little in the way of federal or state support, beyond minimal welfare programmes. …
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