Economics Professor Richard Wolff blames austerity for the problems of forced food disposal; redefines ‘demand’; romanticizes thuggery

August 26, 2012

What I look like when I listen to Richard Wolff’s ‘Economic Update’.

I love UMass economics professor emeritus Richard Wolff’s podcasts because they challenge me to think in ways that I normally wouldn’t. Consider these snippets from his broadcast of August 11, temporarily available for download at WBAI.org. The first quote begins at 4:26 into the broadcast:

[First, the story from the town of Girona in the north of Spain.] They are in the news this week for having decided to padlock the bins that the city has all around supermarkets. Read the rest of this entry »