The mysteries of economics debunked
Paul Mason chairs a debate between followers of two contrasting liberal economists.
Anthropologist David Graeber examines the moral power that debt holds over people.
Why free market Austrian economics have inspired a rap video and attracted new fans.
Paul Mason asks whether the expansion of credit created a new form of worker exploitation.
Newsnight economics editor Paul Mason interviews the controversial economist Steve Keen.
How Bill Phillips - war hero, croc-hunter - became one of the fathers of macro-economics.
Frances Stonor Saunders asks a fundamental question - what is money?
Michael goes to Cambridge, where Keynes conjured the spectre of 'animal spirits'.
Tim Harford tells the story of Thomas Schelling, who used economics to avert war.
Stephanie Flanders examines the arguments over the meltdown of the global financial system
Robert H. Frank explains why he believes Darwin was a better economist than Adam Smith.
Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss Adam Smith's economic treatise The Wealth of Nations.
The story of Al Roth, who worked out how to create a clearing-house for kidneys.
Prof Manuel Castells on the rise of new economic cultures since the financial crisis.
On Regent Street, Tim Harford looks at heated pants and the business of innovation.
Michael Blastland goes to Athens, where economics as a discipline began.
Michael Blastland goes to Chicago to explore a machine-like view of the economy.