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A conversation with Professor Joseph E. Stiglitz

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It's a very special episode of "On the Job" this week!
Professor Joseph E. Stiglitz is one of the world's great thinkers. Professor Stiglitz won the 2001 Nobel Prize for his ground-breaking work in economics.

Professor Stiglitz's work in pushing back against neo-liberal free market economic models and arguing for the importance of empowering workers and unions to build a more equitable economy is revered.

He served as an advisor in the Clinton White House, holds a professorship at Columbia University, and was the first person the Greek government called for help when it faced a financial meltdown in 2010.
He is in Australia to talk with Unions, workers and the newly elected Labor government. 

Francis sat down with Professor Stiglitz in Melbourne last week.

Read more about Professor Stiglitz here


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