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William K. Black

William K. Black

William K. Black is an associate professor of economics and law at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. A former bank regulator who led investigations of the savings and loan crisis of the 1980s, he is the author of the book "The Best Way to Rob a Bank Is to Own One."

Articles by this author

 

A Refutation of Neoliberalism's Defenders in Ecuador

Dozens of economists challenge criticism of previous open letter

James K. Galbraith ·


People Reject Neoliberalism's Return, But Challenges Remain in Ecuador

Despite defeat of candidate backed by nation's oligarchy, newly-elected Lenin Moreno has much work to secure and further legacy of Rafael Correa

William K. Black ·


Ecuador’s Tax Evading Oligarchs Try to Reconquer the Nation

Ecuador chooses Sunday between a socialist or a right-wing banker in tight presidential vote

William K. Black ·


Hillary-Kaine: Back to the Center

Hillary Clinton’s VP choice, Tim Kaine, is well liked Inside the Beltway, partly because he bends to pressure from Wall Street, DLC-style “centrists” and the austerity-pushing mainstream media

William K. Black ·





Wall Street Uses "Liberal" Front Group to Lead Its Assault on Social Security

Third Way is not progressive think tank and only represents the interests of the 1%ers

William K. Black ·

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