Loading Episode...
The Supply Side - Jonathan Doyle EPISODE 12, 23rd February 2021
George Gilder - Knowledge and Power
00:00:00 00:16:37

George Gilder - Knowledge and Power

Last Sunday I sat in glorious sunshine watching my son play cricket. The only thing more complex than the rules of cricket is trying to work out the current state of the global economy. Luckily, while watching the game I was also reading a copy of George Gilder's Knowledge and Power. This important book makes a scholarly case for seeing capitalism as the interplay of knowledge and power. The tension between a dispersed entrepreneurial macrocosm and a governmental drive toward centralisation and control. In this episode I offer some opening insights of the key themes and what the current distortion of market signals may mean for the future.

More Episodes
12. George Gilder - Knowledge and Power
00:16:37
11. John Locke on Freedom and Why Monetarism Ignores History
00:16:29
10. President Biden's Economic Policy
00:13:23
9. Jude Wanniski Supply Side University Lesson 4
00:13:05
8. The GFC Prophecy of Richard Duncan
00:07:14
7. The Federal Reserve Balance Sheet
01:00:52
6. Banking System Instability
00:08:59
5. The Limits of Government
00:12:53
3. Tom Giovanetti Interview
01:42:14
3. Plutarch And The Supply Side
00:12:06
2. Mike Kendall - The Man on The Margin
01:42:15
2. Nathan Lewis And The Magic Formula
01:33:48
The Supply Side Pilot Episode
00:22:34