Podcast: Economics & Beyond
MIT economic historian Peter Temin talks to Rob Johnson about his next book, which looks at the economic history of how Blacks have been systematically excluded from US society
Robert Dugger: An Economics for Future Generations
Thomas Ferguson: Government for, of, and by the Wealthy
Robert Skidelsky: Keynes on “The Road to Serfdom”
Sony Kapoor: The Real Challenge Still Lies Ahead
Margaret Heffernan: Our Uncharted and Uncertain Future
John O’Neil: A WPA of the Mind and Soul
Christine Passarella: What Kids Can Learn From John Coltrane
Justin Lin: A New, Structural Economics
Dr. Fatima Denton, Director of the Institute for Natural Resources in Africa at the United Nations University, Ghana, talks to Rob Johnson about the need for global cooperation and coordination in the wake of the pandemic.
Orville Schell, the Arthur Ross Director of the Center on U.S.-China Relations at the Asia Society, talks to Rob Johnson about the future of Chinese relations with the West, and how the former victim of Western imperialism is trying to get its revenge.
Thomas Sugrue: Why 2020 Is not 1968
William Spriggs: How Economic Theory and Policy Reinforce Racism
Thea Lee: The Roots of the Crisis
Paul Jay: Can Capitalism Deal with the Climate & Nuclear Threats?