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It's economics, stupid

A quick glance around the world and it’s safe to say that the operating system that we use to manage our economic and financial affairs has a glitch or two. It is dawning on many that it is the discipline of economics itself that is the problem. And until economics is fixed, mainstream economists will continue flying blind and we’ll all continue footing the bill. Why are we not able to change the outmoded thinking that dogs the discipline? Ross Ashcroft talks with economist Kate Raworth, whose recent book Donut Economics calls for an economics reformation.