Harnessing the technological revolution Interview by FT Tech Tonic 2016-11-02
Why government must boost the information economy, Interview by Kathleen Hall in Computer Weekly, 2013-03-23
A conversation with Fred Wilson and Carlota Perez, in the O'Reilly Media Web 2.0 Expo New York. 2011-10-01
How universal internet access can lead us to sustainable global growth, in the FTTH Council of Europe 2011 Conference, Milan. 2011-02-11
A better understanding of the new challenges is needed. Interview by Eulalia Furriol, Barcelona, Paradigmes, Issue No. 4, June 2010 2010-06-01
Financial Bubbles and Economic Crises. Interview by Jonathan Rutherford, London: Soundings, Issue 41. Extracts publisjhed in e-book The Crash by J. Cruddas and J.Rutherford eds. 2009-04-01
Riding the waves – and understanding what hit us. Interview by Nathan Hegedus in Ericsson Business Review, Stockholm: Issue 3, 2009, pp. 10-15. 2009-04-01
Carlota Perez on the Web 2.0 Bubble Answers to Brad Stone, published in Bits (blog of The New York Times on ICT). 2007-10-10
Carlota Perez: The Thought Leader. Interview by Art Kleiner in Strategy+Business, Issue 41, pp. 131-137. USA. 2005-11-24
“Het nieuwe gouden tijdpperk zal groen zijn” (The next golden age will be green) Interview by Maarten Keulemans in De Volkskrant, Netherlands, August 3, 2013, pp. 20-21 2010-05-01
Virtuous or vicious cycle? Thanks to the tremendous advances in technology in recent decades, the world can enter a new era of prosperity. But it risks missing that opportunity if the financial system is not regulated. Interview by Edson Porto for the Brazilian magazine Época Negócios 2010-05-01
Dann kommt die Goldene Zeit Blasen gehören zur Standardausstattung des Kapitalismus. (After the Crash: Then comes the golden age). Speculation mania is unavoidable in capitalism, argues economics of innovation expert Carlota Perez. Although many people lose their money, booms still help economic growth. Interview by Thomas Fischermann for the German newspaper ZEIT. 2009-08-01
"Perez provides a fresh analysis of technological, financial and social booms and busts in an engaging and refreshing way. The book weaves a compelling new fabric of observation and theory ...
"I tremendously enjoyed reading this book both because of the topic that Carlota Perez investigates, and because of the way the investigation is carried out."