Thomas I. Palley is a well published, but underrated, Post Keynesian economist. He is the author of Post Keynesian Economics: Debt, Distribution, and the Macro Economy (New York, 1996), which is a useful textbook for Post Keynesian economics.
There are two videos below. In the first interview, Thomas Palley talks about the structural problems of neoliberalism: how the stagnation of real wages has been a severe underlying cause of neoliberal bubble economics, where people are driven into private debt. We need a fundamental reform of macroeconomic policy, not merely effective financial regulation (although the latter is, of course, important).
In the second video, Thomas Palley talks about the problems of the Eurozone - the flawed design of the euro system (introduced in 1999), which robs Eurozone countries of their monetary and fiscal indepedence. The Eurozone is a grave threat to social democracy. The role of central banks in the neoliberal Eurozone (where they have become “detached,” as Palley says) is even worse than the old neoliberal idea of central bank “independence.”