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Economist who Predicted Trump & Brexit Explains What Happens Now

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=qxBzcynHGEE
In this clip Scottish Economist & Professor at Brown University, Mark Blyth discusses the state of global politics post The U.S election. 

Arguing that this giant shift has an economic source and the demise of Greece and rise of Podemos should have been the wake up call that the world needed:

“The global economy has boomed in the last 30 years yet for most, their standard of living and access to public services has declined dramatically.”

Eloquently examining what the global order will look like with elections in Germany France, the Netherlands and possibly Italy in 2017.

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9 comments on “Economist who Predicted Trump & Brexit Explains What Happens Now

  1. No sound.

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  2. Made no changes, but got sound now.

    Rivetting.

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  3. Reblogged this on SNIPS & SNAPS and commented:
    The world is in dire need of change, the rich have been getting richer while the poor have been getting poorer. It is a shock but we all need to come together to make a fairer world and stop name-blaming and creating divisions. Pop that filter-bubble and adjust to a new world.

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  4. A FAIRER world is what we all need to be working towards, each in whatever capacity he/she can, yes, all the time. Now electing Trump is one thing. What he really DOES once in power remains to be seen. And that goes for all the other politicians that will be elected.

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  5. Hey that’s a nice post….😗😗😗

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