Podcast: Economics & Beyond
Zach Carter, Huffington Post reporter and author of the new book, The Price of Peace: Money, Democracy, and the Life of John Maynard Keynes, talks to Rob Johnson about Keynes’s vision of maintaining democracy in times of crisis.
Lynn Parramore & Jeffrey Spear: On George Floyd and John Ruskin
Warrington Hudlin: The Civil War Never Ended
Michael Sandel: A Spirit of Civic Activism
Sarah Kendzior: Authoritarianism in a “Democracy”
How Greenwich Republicans Learned to Love Trump
Gaël Giraud: Will COVID Lead to Authoritarianism?
Yanis Varoufakis & Danae Stratou: Europe’s Dereliction of Duty
Gaurav Dalmia & Jayant Sinha: India’s Post-Pandemic Path to Prosperity
INET Senior Economist Arjun Jayadev and Shuttleworth Foundation fellow Achal Prabhala talk to Rob Johnson about the global need for access to affordable pharmaceuticals, especially in India and the rest of the developing world.
Dramatist and NYU professor Anna Deavere Smith talks to Rob Johnson about the power of storytelling in times of crisis.
Rana Foroohar: The Surveillance Economy
James Manyika: Towards a 21st Century Social Contract
Jacqueline Edwards: Technology, Inspired Learning and Opportunity
Isiah Thomas: Finding Strength through Vulnerability