The 80th Congress meets, and maintaining capitalism's 'last stand'.
Paul Seabright discusses why globalization makes people anxious about trade.
Bill Clinton's plan to solve the debt crisis in America.
Could artificial intelligence reinvent capitalism?
Is capitalism broken, and if so, what should replace it?
Does a new president mean a boost in public confidence and the economy?
Miriam O'Reilly looks at the festive period and its impact on the environment.
Economic historian Deirdre McCloskey on why poverty matters more than inequality.
Ernie Rea and guests discuss religious responses to economic inequality.
In a new series, Michael Portillo weighs up the costs and benefits of global capitalism.
Could the booming finance industry could threaten the wider economy?
David Grossman tells stories which help explain the world of contemporary capitalism.
A look at the trend for health scares in the media when the economy is booming.
Claudia Hammond looks at the government's plan to measure the nation's happiness.
Jon Alexander argues that consumer power has become an idea which is damaging society.
Prof Manuel Castells on the rise of new economic cultures since the financial crisis.
David Grossman with more stories which help explain the world of contemporary capitalism.
Are President Clinton's proposed rises in taxes on alcohol and tobacco morally motivated?
As the sales get underway, Ernie Rea's guests discuss religion and consumerism.
How Venezuela and others challenged the global economic model
Do huge state-backed companies - like those in China - threaten the free market system?
Can’t resist posting? David Grossman explores the lure of attention economics.
David Graeber examines the influence of debt during the birth of capitalism.
Why some of the most profitable companies in the world cannot be valued.
Is hedonism getting hacked? And if it is, how do we hack our happiness back?
Lucy meets French group L'Appel et la Pioche which campaigns against global capitalism.
Asian economic problems spread to Brazil; the limits of the president's economic power.
Should we be concerned about the size and power of the tech giants?
Does the digital economy put efficiency and lower prices above human values?
Ben Shepherd examines the history and legacy of Africa's left-wing liberation movements.