Why finance is a humanistic discipline.
By: Matthew C Klein
In this episode of Alphachat, we talk with Harvard professor Mihir Desai about the deep connections between finance and the humanities.
Izabella Kaminska talks to crowd funded economist Steve Keen about the state of modern economics and whether or not a new Minskyite financial crisis is brewing in the economy.
By: Izabella Kaminska
In this episode, Cardiff and Jeremy dig into Hirschman’s book The Rhetoric of Reaction, and his assessment of the argumentative styles that emerge in times of progress.
By: Aimee Keane
In this episode of Alphachat, Cardiff Garcia talks with professors Nina Banks and Darrick Hamilton about the legacy of the first African-American economist.
Kim Rueben, a senior fellow at the Urban Institute, chats about the fiscal impact of immigration in the US.
Izabella Kaminska chats P2P, narrow banking and upcoming technological disruption with Adair Turner.
And why #fullcommunism is a bad idea
An episode about The New Urban Crisis….
By: Cardiff Garcia
Elsewhere on Monday…
A chat about Hirschman’s best-known work.
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And why markets don’t work for hedonic substances.
A conversation with economist Jennifer Hunt
Elsewhere on Friday, — What are the technology requirements for a central bank digital currency? (Bank Underground)
A chat with Lina Khan.
By: FT Alphaville
In this episode we talked about tax evasion and inequality with UC Berkeley economist Gabriel Zucman.
In this two-part episode of Alphachat, we discussed global imbalances and the Chinese economy with Michael Pettis.
By: Cardiff Garcia, Matthew C Klein
The revolution is taking its time.
Are we on the verge of another, different kind of IT investment boom?
Stephen Kinsella guides us through Ireland’s recent macroeconomic history.
Craft jobs and their societal implications
A lifetime of policymaking experience…
Podcast episode with Jeremy Adelman on the subject of his magisterial biography, the life and work of Albert O Hirschman