|From:||Matthew Bralow <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Sent time:||Thursday, September 15, 2011 11:41:12 PM|
|Cc:||email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com|
|Subject:||Re: [september17discuss] Open Economy Forum at Occupy Wall St.|
vicente & michael, here are the people i recommend for the economy
forum... besides david, does anyone have direct contact with any of
these other people? can people watch these videos and provide input?
***** David Korten - tinyurl.com/agendaforaneweconomy ,
**** Ellen Brown - tinyurl.com/ellenbrown2 *****
*** Joseph Stiglitz - tinyurl.com/stiglitz1 ***
Richard Wolff - tinyurl.com/richardwolffdebtceiling
Jeff Madrick - tinyurl.com/jeffmadrickdebtceiling
Robert Reich - tinyurl.com/robertreich2
David Graeber - tinyurl.com/uncutnyc2
Knowledgeable people who can teach about alternative local currencies...
*** Francis Ayley - tinyurl.com/francisayley1 ***
*** Paul Glover - http://www.paulglover.org/ ***
Stephen Burke - tinyurl.com/stephenburke1 , tinyurl.com/ithacahours1
also, this is a funny informational cartoon if we can screen this somehow....
The American Dream - tinyurl.com/endthefedcartoon
On Fri, Sep 16, 2011 at 12:47 AM, Luis Moreno-Caballud
> This is really great, Vicente!
> On Sep 16, 2011, at 12:41 AM, Vicente Rubio wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> here is an outline for the Open Economy Forum at Occupy Wall St:
>> Time: 1pm-3pm
>> Place: Bowling Green, right at the entrance of the National Museum of
>> the American Indian.
>> According to what we have received until now, there will be 5
>> presentations. Presenters will have to introduce one issue (max. 10
>> min). After the presentations, debate will be open to interventions in
>> the audience.
>> Michael Abouzelof - Transnational Capitalist Class
>> Diane Sare - Glass-Steagall and the American system of credit
>> Justin Wedes - Tax havens
>> Christopher Rude - Capitalist production and finance: the difference
>> between interest-bearing and fictitious capital
>> David Graeber - Debt?
>> Given the time constrictions, and to allow greater interaction with
>> the audience, we suggest to keep the presentations focused on
>> explaining a certain economic mechanism, and not so much in proving a
>> If someone wants to join and do presentations on other points, please
>> let us know.
>> See you soon at WallSt!
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