Podcast: Economics & Beyond
Louis Kuijs, Head of Asia Economics at Oxford Economics, based in Hong Kong, talks about China’s current economic strategy in the context of the pandemic and how China relates to the US, to the rest of the world, and to Hong Kong, in its effort to expand its influence
Eileen Appelbaum and Rosemary Batt: Private Equity Takeover of Healthcare
James Boyce: How Carbon Pricing and Carbon Dividends Address Both Climate Change and Social Justice
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
Peter Temin: The Racist Roots of US Political and Economic Polarization
Robert Dugger: An Economics for Future Generations
INET’s Research Director Thomas Ferguson talks to Rob Johnson about the many ways in which money corrupts our politics, contributes to ever-greater inequality, and what can be done about it
Historian Lord Robert Skidelsky reads a letter that John Maynard Keynes wrote to Friedrich Hayek about “The Road to Serfdom,” and then discusses with Rob Johnson the tense relationship between the two famous economists.
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