Cobden Centre Radio: Fixing Britain, with Professor Kevin Dowd

Tonight on Cobden Centre Radio I interview Professor Kevin Dowd, a Senior Fellow with the Cobden Centre, and one of Britain’s best known free market economists, who has also worked over several decades with the Cato Institute, the Institute of Economic Affairs, and the Libertarian Alliance. We range over several subjects, over a slightly antediluvian broadband link, but concentrate specifically on the outlook for the British economy over the next few years, where perhaps it might be going, and how to fix both our short-term and long-term economic problems with the policies of sound money, sound corporate governance, and sound personal responsibility.

In the interview we also briefly discuss Professor Dowd’s most recent book, ‘The Alchemists of Loss: How Modern Finance and Government Intervention Crashed the Financial System’, written in conjunction with Martin Hutchinson, which is available from Amazon and all good bookshops.

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