Ban Bitcoin! - Nobel Prize winning economist Professor Joseph Stiglitz

Why do people want an alternative monetary system? The main reason is to engage in nefarious activities.

Professor Joseph Stiglitz

Corporations have been the big beneficiaries [of globalisation].

Professor Joseph Stiglitz

Bitcoin must be banned, says Nobel Prize winning economist Professor Joseph Stiglitz.

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed the superstar economist.

Stiglitz spoke about his latest book “Globalization and Its Discontents Revisited: Anti-Globalization in the Era of Trump”.

He shared his take on the state of the world and South Africa.

Stiglitz on Wednesday told Bloomberg Television that Bitcoin should be banned.

So it seems to me it ought to be outlawed... It doesn’t serve any socially useful function.

Professor Joseph Stiglitz

Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for more quotes from it).

Globalisation was, basically, very badly oversold…

Professor Joseph Stiglitz

Trump says globalisation is unfair to the United States.

Professor Joseph Stiglitz

Incomes today of the ordinary American worker is roughly the same as four decades ago.

Professor Joseph Stiglitz

We’ll have self-driving cars in four years...

Professor Joseph Stiglitz

You have some political problems and legitimate concerns about State Capture… if you can solve these problems…

Professor Joseph Stiglitz

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