Thanks to the blog Memoirs of an Economics Student for posting a talk by Duncan Foley given at a conference organized by The Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET). That led me to their YouTube channel and a rich collection of high-quality talks from the INET's first conference at King's College, Cambridge. Some of them are quite technical, but here is an accessible talk by Joseph Stiglitz on "An Agenda for Reforming Economic Theory".
With another conference coming up in April in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, there will be more to watch soon.
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