[act-ma] Wed 5/2 7:00 pm Occupy Economics with Prof. Gerald Friedman on Occupy Boston Radio (rebroadcast)

David O. Knuttunen webmaster at dsaboston.org
Tue May 1 06:55:28 PDT 2012

Free School University Radio (FSU-RADIO) - Broadcasting Wednesday 7-8 pm

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Wed 5/2/2012 7:00 pm on OB RADIO


with Jerry Friedman, Professor of Economics at U. Mass Amherst

Rebroadcast of a program that originally aired on 1/18/2012


Topics for discussion include "What's wrong with economics?", why past and
present economic theories such as "methodological individualism" and
institutionalism just don't cut it, and what an economics for the 99% might
look like.


Gerald Friedman is a professor of Economics at the University of
Massachusetts at Amherst.  He received his BA in Economics from Columbia in
History and Economics in 1977 and after working for a year at the ILGWU he
went on to earn his PhD from Harvard in Economics in 1986.  Since then he
has been teaching at the University of Massachusetts where he teaches the
mega-lecture introduction to microeconomics to 420 students at 8 in the
morning.  He is the author of several books on the labor history of the
United States and Europe, most recently of Reigniting the Labor Movement:
Restoring Means to Ends in a Democratic Labor Movement, and has consulted
with unions and groups advocating for single-payer health care.


Information about The FSU Program and Occupy Boston Radio...


Occupy Boston Radio is currently available by internet only.  You can reach
us at http://www.occupyboston.org/radio/ or http://obr.fm <http://obr.fm/> ,
or by going to http://occupyboston.org <http://occupyboston.org/>  and
choosing "Radio" from the red menu bar at the top of the page.  Once on the
page, click the "play" arrow on the radio player control app to begin
listening.   Listener participation is possible via call-in or IRC chat -
see phone number and link on the radio page.


FSU-RADIO is an educational series by Occupy Boston's Free School
University. Our goal is to form an autonomous zone and share skills needed
to maintain that, to entertain educate and enliven Occupiers and the general
public. Our purpose is to provide support and space for skill sharing and
sharing basic info regarding Occupy Boston and to encourage
self-organization, teaching, and learning opportunities.


Our Wednesday program consists of TALK radio featuring educational content
such as lectures, panel discussions and interviews.


Host: David Knuttunen (guest hosts from time to time)

Time: WED 7-8pm


To propose a guest for the program, email fsu at lists.occupyboston.org, or
call David Knuttunen 617-558-5853.


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