Martin Daunton discusses his new book, The Economic Government of the World, 1933-2023.
In this public talk about his new book, Martin Daunton pulls back the curtain on the institutions and individuals who have created and managed the economy over the last ninety years, revealing how and why one economic order breaks down and another is built.
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