Podcast: Economics & Beyond
Steve Clemons, Editor at Large at The Hill, talks about how the Democrats’ focus on neoliberal globalization opened the door for Trump’s election and that only bold new policies that address inequality and structural change can address.
Dean Baker: China and the Problem with Patent Monopolies
Jeffrey Sachs: How the US Botched the Pandemic Response
Doug Carmichael: On the Need for Real Dialogue to Address the Crises of Our Time
Eisuke Sakakibara: Japan, China, India, and the US - Strategies and Tensions
Charles Goodhart and Manoj Pradhan: The Upcoming Demographic Shift and What it Means for our Economic Future
Fred Ledley: How US Taxpayers Subsidize Pharma Research and Companies Reap the Profits
Louis Kuijs: The Contradictions in China's Economic and Foreign Policies
Eileen Appelbaum, co-director of the Center for Economic and Policy Research, and Rosemary Batt of Cornell University, talk about an INET-supported study on the dramatic impact that private equity funds are having on everyone’s medical bills and on the healthcare industry as a whole
James Boyce, Senior fellow at the Political Economy Research Institute, talks about the many benefits that carbon dividends and carbon pricing would have for a transition towards a greener and more equitable economy
Robert Borosage: Trump Voters Believe He May Be A Jerk, But He's Their Jerk
Richard Vague: China's Greater Preparedness in the Face of Economic Crises
Yide Qiao: US and China - Competitors, Collaborators, or Enemies?
John Kay and Mervyn King: Origins and Future Implications of Radical Uncertainty for Economic Thinking