Paul Singer: The State Of Capitalism and How To Fix It (2017)

Paul Singer: The State Of Capitalism and How To Fix It (2017)

Published on Nov 12, 2017


An interview with billionaire activist investor and founder of Elliott Management Corporation, Paul Singer. In this interview, Paul discusses the state of capitalism in the US and explains the changes it has gone though. Paul also talks about potential fixes and gives advice to graduates.? Paul Singers favourite books are located at the bottom of the description? L
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Video Segments: 0:00 Introduction 1:33 State of American capitalism? 9:10 Post financial crisis 11:01 Are these issues fixable? 14:00 Activists 15:02 Advice to graduates? Paul Singers Favourite Books? The Economics of Inflation: A Study of Currency Depreciation in Post-War Germany:
Interview Date: 11th May, 2017 Event: Adam Smith Society
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