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Cobden Centre Radio: Steve Baker MP on Austrian Economics and Banking Reform

October 4, 2010 by

As a followup to my posts Freebankers Debate Baxendale Banking Reform Proposal, Jesús Huerta de Soto’s LSE Hayek Lecture on Banking Reform; UK Parliament Speech Invokes Mises Institute re Honest Money and Sound Banking and UK Proposal for Banking Reform: Fractional-Reserve Banking versus Deposits and Loan, and Jeff Tucker’s Yesterday was a Historic Day, here is an excellent and informative interview with Steve Baker on Cobden Centre Radio. This 26-minute interview of Steve Baker MP discusses

his Austrian path into the world of politics and how he thinks we can inject financial sanity into the economically diseased global body of Keynesian orthodoxy.  Touching upon the Douglas Carswell bill, due for its second reading in November, we also discussed how the British state can be rolled back, and where he thinks the British economy is heading, and how he thinks we can turn everything around to create an honest monetary system and a reduced government.

Cobden Centre Radio, Show 4: The Steve Baker Interview (MP3)

{ 2 comments }

Craig October 4, 2010 at 7:50 pm

I am very happy, indeed, to see interaction between the Von Mises Institute and the Cobden Centre.

Nikolaj October 5, 2010 at 5:00 pm

Baker: “I am in Huerta de Soto’s school, and I think the fractional reserves should be abolished”. That’s the music for my ears. :)

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