Podcast: Economics & Beyond

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john powell

Apr 29, 2020

With protestors calling on states to loosen lockdowns in the name of “freedom,” john a. powell—INET Governing Board member and Professor and the Director of the Othering and Belonging Institute at University of California, Berkeley—talks to Rob about the long history of America balancing liberty and equality. They also discuss the disproportionate impact of the pandemic on Detroit’s black community, and the political imbalance in the US between rural and urban areas.

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Jeremy Lent

Jeremy Lent on Shifting Values in a Pandemic

Apr 28, 2020

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Adair Turner

Adair Turner: When Supply and Demand Both Crash

Apr 27, 2020

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Joseph Stiglitz

Joseph Stiglitz: An Economy without Spare Tires

Apr 22, 2020

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Michael Spence

Too Little, Too Late, Again with Michael Spence

Apr 22, 2020

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Roman Frydman

Uncertainty Economics for an Uncertain Time with Roman Frydman

Apr 22, 2020

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Jayati Ghosh

The Pandemic in the Developing World with Jayati Ghosh

Apr 22, 2020

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Matt Stoller

Monopoly Politics vs. Democracy with Matt Stoller

Apr 22, 2020

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John Ralston Saul

Class, Inequality, and the Pandemic with John Ralston Saul

Apr 22, 2020

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Gerald Horne

Apr 22, 2020

Gerald Horne is the Moores Professor of History and African American Studies at the University of Houston and author of several books including, Jazz and Justice: Racism and the Political Economy of the Music. He talks to Rob about the economics of jazz music and musicians, including financial tensions between primarily black artists and white producers.