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Learn how to break into cybersecurity, build new skills and move up the career ladder. Each week on the Cyber Work Podcast, host Chris Sienko sits down with thought leaders from Carbon Black, IBM, CompTIA and others to discuss the latest cybersecurity workforce trends.
 
The Mises Institute, founded in 1982, is an educational institution devoted to advancing Austrian economics, freedom, and peace in the classical-liberal tradition. Our website offers many thousands of free books and thousands of hours of audio and video, along with the full run of rare journals, biographies, and bibliographies of great economists.
 
The Economic History podcast is a platform for sharing knowledge, ideas and new research with a general interest audience. Each fortnight, we meet leading academics in the field and discuss a range of topics, including pandemics, long run economic growth, gender issues, financial crises, inequality, sustainable development and a number of weird and fun economic experiments in history. There is no time like the past to help us understand the present.
 
Future Thinkers is a media platform, community, and education portal dedicated to the evolution of society, technology, and consciousness. Helping you become better adapted to our uncertain future. As seen in BBC, Forbes, World Economic Forum, and iTunes Top 40. Created by Mike Gilliland and Euvie Ivanova.
 
Epicenter brings you in-depth conversations about the technical, economic and social implications of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technologies. Every week, we interview business leaders, engineers academics and entrepreneurs, and bring you a diverse spectrum of opinions and points of view. Epicenter is hosted by Sebastien Couture, Brian Fabian Crain, Meher Roy, Sunny Aggarwal, and Friederike Ernst. Since 2014, episodes have been downloaded over 4 million times.
 
Beat conventional advice on personal finance, investing, and business with the author of Rich Dad Poor Dad, Robert Kiyosaki. Get ahead with his pull-no-punches style of challenging the advice we’ve all been given on money, investing, and the economy. Frustrated and frightened by the financial advice being given by the mainstream talking heads, Robert Kiyosaki sits down with professionals from the world of money, investing, business, and personal development. Listeners will be provided variou ...
 
Discussions about GDP, housing and other issues seem to assume that we know quite a bit about the topic already. Most of us don't. This podcast will fill in those gaps. During each episode, an expert will guide us through a given topic, with the goal of providing enough information so we can piece together our own informed views. Many of the speakers are working at the cutting edge of their respective fields, guiding us through both the accumulated evidence and showing us where things are li ...
 
Economists are always talking about The Pie - how it grows and shrinks, how it’s sliced, and who gets the biggest shares. Join hosts Eduardo Porter and Tess Vigeland as they talk with leading economists from the University of Chicago and other experts about the most pressing matters of today. Hear how the economic pie is at the heart of issues like COVID-19 vaccine development, gender dynamics in the workplace, energy policy, jobs, and more.
 
Rabobank's RaboResearch Food & Agribusiness team has 90 analysts working in local teams across the worldwide Rabobank network. They generate knowledge, and develop views and insights on businesses, topics and developments in the food & agribusiness sectors across the globe. All analysts have their own sector specialisations—ranging from meat and fish to dairy, vegetables, fruit and floriculture, coffee and cocoa.
 
If you are interested in democracy, governance, poverty eradication, and climate change, this is your go-to podcast for a deeper understanding of the politics of global development. Our world is facing a double challenge: to eradicate hunger and poverty and to stabilize the global climate. We are constantly warned that as the adverse impacts of climate change will only worsen soon, we must redouble our focus and energy in promoting a sustainable development agenda. Many also urge us to trans ...
 
Task Force 7 Radio is the Voice of Cyber Security around the globe. We feature up to date insights and analysis by preeminent cyber security professionals on the most important cyber security issues affecting your life today. Although the world of cyber security can be complex, our focus is to explain highly technical subject matter in non-technical terms. We cover topics that are of vital interest to the cyber security expert yet also will appeal to the novice interested in learning more ab ...
 
The Center for International Development (CID) at Harvard University is a university-wide center that works to advance the understanding of development challenges and offer viable solutions to problems of global poverty. CID is Harvard’s leading research hub focusing on resolving the dilemmas of public policy associated with generating stable, shared, and sustainable prosperity in developing countries. Our ongoing mission is to apply knowledge to and revolutionize the world of development pr ...
 
Short-term wins are easy. Sustained achievement is another story. On Lead to Win join New York Times bestselling author Michael Hyatt and CEO Megan Hyatt Miller as they discover how current research combines with timeless wisdom for lasting success. From personal productivity to personal development, self-leadership to team leadership, and intentionality to influence, get the insights and tools you need to win at work and succeed at life.
 
We've created this podcast to highlight the comeback story that the City of Whitehall, Ohio is experiencing. Economic development is improving the economic well being and quality of life for community, which can mean different things for different communities, obviously. This podcast focuses on what economic development means for the City of Whitehall, and what works for our community. Join Jenna and Zach monthly as they have representatives from Franklin County, as well as special guests fr ...
 
Distribution of goodies in our society is determined by families, firms, and governments. Attempts to change how rewards and punishments, benefits and costs, are spread through the population cause conflict. The hosts are an economist, Morton Marcus, and a financial advisor, John Guy. Expect whimsy.
 
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2020 seemed like it would never end. But this year is going quick. If your organization operates on a calendar year, you are running out of time to do some very important things. In this episode, Dennis and Jason offer suggestions for things to get on your calendar NOW. Don't wait until tomorrow - get these things on the calendar today to make sure…
 
In this episode, Lisa Freeman, an urban geographer with a doctorate from the University of Toronto who is a researcher at a healthcare union and Nick Blomley, a professor of Geography at Simon Fraser University, tell the inside story of researching, writing, and publishing their article, “Enacting property: Making space for the public in the munici…
 
Britain's retail sector is struggling. At least 40 brick-and-mortar retail chains have gone into administration since the start of the pandemic as consumers opt to shop online. Landlords searching for ways to fill the empty spaces are taking their cues from shopping malls in China and the Middle East moving away from traditional retail and filling …
 
Billionaire Elon Musk has taken cryptocurrency investors on another wild ride this week. He sent bitcoin prices into free fall by announcing Tesla would no longer accept the token as payment. Before that, he pulled the rug out from underneath dogecoin by poking fun at it on a late-night TV show. But as Paolo Montecillo reports, Musk remains a big b…
 
The Malaysian government is suing some financial giants accused of facilitating one of its biggest corruption scandals. The finance ministry is accusing firms like JP Morgan and Deutsche Bank of fraud and negligence for their dealings with 1-M-D-B. And it could cost them billions of dollars. Now let's bring in Clare Rewcastle Brown in London. She's…
 
The US East Coast's largest supplier of fuel, Colonial Pipeline is finally resuming operations after a cyberattack forced its closure, last Friday. But the company's had to pay five million dollars in ransom and as Yunus Paksoy reports, the shutdown of fuel supplies has taken an even larger toll on the economy. Earlier this week, we spoke to cybers…
 
Advocates for vaccine passports are a bit like abusive husbands. They say they want to be nice to you. But you keep screwing up and refusing to take your vaccines. So now you're forcing them to keep you locked down forever. Original Article: https://mises.org/power-market/vaccine-passports-are-just-way-regime-expand-its-powerThis Audio Mises Wire i…
 
Biden’s tax increase plan does not make sense from a growth, revenue, or deficit perspective, and it does virtually nothing to address the real problem: ballooning spending on programs like Social Security.Original Article: https://mises.org/wire/three-reasons-why-biden-tax-increase-makes-no-senseThis Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Chr…
 
A discussion on criminal justice reform with Rashawn Ray, a David M. Rubenstein Fellow in Governance Studies at Brookings, and Brent Orrell, a resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, who led the Brookings-AEI Working Group on Criminal Justice Reform. The working group issued the report “A better path forward for criminal justice,” fea…
 
This episode of the National Security Podcast brings you an audiopaper from the Policy Options Paper series — the flagship publication of the ANU National Security College. Protecting Education Exports: Minimising the damage of China’s future economic coercion is authored by Dirk van der Kley and Benjamin Herscovitch — Research Fellows at the ANU S…
 
Rosie von Lila works at the intersection of finance, public policy, and human flourishing. Rosie von Lila and I in conversation about this remarkable woman's vision of what is possible when we orient our economies and lives towards human flourishing. We discuss how her experience with Burning Man has shaped how she interacts with the world. We also…
 
With Jerome Powell and Janet Yellen focusing on using monetary policy to manage climate change, the M1 money supply has gone parabolic, from just over $4 trillion in February to $18.6 trillion in March. This is right out of Zimbabwe's playbook.Original Article: https://mises.org/wire/fed-embraces-its-inner-zimbabweanThis Audio Mises Wire is generou…
 
Can big data strengthen global inclusivity and trust? Information exchange has historically been the most powerful tool at humanity's disposal, so what makes data different? Dr. Long Chen (Luohan Academy) discusses his latest report "Understanding Big Data: Data Calculus In The Digital Era" which is available for download at https://www.luohanacade…
 
Local nullification offers a practical guide to resisting tyranny in a way that reflects the real wishes of local community members against the ivory-tower mentality of their government “representatives.”Original Article: https://mises.org/wire/local-nullification-way-fight-both-state-and-federal-despotsThis Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored…
 
In this episode, Shruti talks with Alice Evans about issues affecting women in India, including single-gender education, son preference, social media and many others. Evans is a lecturer at King’s College London and a faculty associate at the Center for International Development at Harvard’s Kennedy School. She has published on topics such as women…
 
This week we're joined by Laura Schewel, Co-founder and CEO of Streetlight Data and Carlo Ratti, Director of MIT's SENSEible City Lab to talk about what we've learned from data during the pandemic. They also chat about what it would mean for infrastructure to be optimized if we rescheduled cities in a way that works for everyone at all times of day…
 
Curve is an Automated Market Maker (AMM) that lets users and other decentralized protocols exchange stablecoins (DAI to USDC for example) with low fees and low slippage. Unlike exchanges that match a buyer and a seller, users transact with the smart contract itself. By providing a flatter curve targeted for relatively stable pairs, Curve has establ…
 
Both Hamas and the Israeli government have dramatically escalated tensions that began as spontaneous grassroots protests over the eviction of Palestinian families in East Jerusalem to military violence with a high cost to civilians in both Israel and Gaza. Shibley Telhami weighs in on the confrontations spreading throughout Israel and the Palestini…
 
Both Morton Marcus and our guest, Dean Whittaker, are classic communicators, theorists and teachers about economic development. Dean is president of Whittaker Associates Inc., a data analytic company advising governments and business groups on development opportunities, such as quantum computing.By Dean Whittaker, Morton Marcus, John Guy
 
Instead of trying to spin conservative justifications for disastrous monetary policy, conservatives should join libertarians and classical liberals in working to limit government power while restoring sound money and greater market freedom.Original Article: https://mises.org/wire/no-conservatives-should-not-embrace-mmtThis Audio Mises Wire is gener…
 
Widely acclaimed workplace expert, speaker, strategist and innovator Mika Cross joins the program to discuss FlexJobs, a leader in the remote and flexible employment space for employers and job seekers. Discover what employers need to think about when onboarding remote workers, as well as how to attract a newer and wider segment of talent. Mika als…
 
If today they come for the smoker, tomorrow they will come for you. Neo-Prohibitionism has been long on the march.Original Article: https://mises.org/wire/tobacco-smokers-americas-most-persecuted-minorityThis Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. Narrated by Michael Stack.By Mises Institute
 
While economists form a relatively strong consensus on some policy questions, they certainly don’t agree on everything. One of the more prominent examples of this is the minimum wage. Some studies find large negative employment effects from raising the minimum wage, while others find negligible or even positive effects on employment. And all econom…
 
Across the world, assets are in a giant debt bubble—some say it’s the largest in the world's history. Today’s guest says since the financial crisis of 2008 through the coronavirus pandemic, central banks have tried to prevent economic meltdowns by printing more money, and no politician has stepped in to prevent it. John Adams, Chief Economist for A…
 
In an excellent book on how aid agencies manage foreign aid projects, Dan Honig argues that tight top-down controls and a focus on target-setting and metrics often lead aid projects astray. If one navigates from the top, one may achieve more management control, more oversight, and more standardized behavior. But this may be at the cost of flexibili…
 
For the entrepreneur in a market economy, nothing is a sure thing. Every business is only a short step from bankruptcy. No business possesses the power to make people buy what they do not want. All success is potentially fleeting.Original Article: https://mises.org/library/faith-entrepreneursThis Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christop…
 
Jeff Herbener is a Senior Fellow with the Mises Institute and an economics professor at Grove City College. At the 2021 Austrian Economics Research Conference, Jeff presented a defense of the pure time preference theory of interest, and mentioned Bob's critique of it. This episode is a very informative discussion of their views.Find articles and li…
 
Bob gives a guest lecture for Jonathan Newman's MA course for the Mises Institute, on the history of, and new developments in, the pure time preference theory of interest. After summarizing the work of Bohm-Bawerk, Fetter, and MIses, Bob explains his own perspective and then how Jeff Herbener partially agreed with Bob's critique. This episode sets …
 
Few people can be said to be the originator of a new science. Jim Spohrer is one of those rare beings. The science he originated is Service Science. You can read about the origination process at IBM Icons Of Progress (https://Mises.org/E4B_117_Icons). Jim currently is the Director of IBM’s Cognitive Opentech Group (COG). On the E4B podcast #117, he…
 
A couple of months ago we wrote about the city of Tucson’s efforts to bridge the digital divide by building a wireless citywide network. On this episode of the podcast, Christopher talks with Collin Boyce, the city’s Chief Information Officer, to hear more about how the effort started, what they’ve learned along the way, and the impact it’s having …
 
The US has millions of idle workers. In a normal economy this would put a damper on demand. But in our money-printing economy, consumer demand is surging even as production falls behind. An employment bubble is the result. Original Article: https://mises.org/wire/how-trillions-newly-printed-money-created-labor-shortageThis Audio Mises Wire is gener…
 
In this episode of the National Security Podcast, Dirk van der Kley and Benjamin Herscovitch — Research Fellows at ANU School of Regulation and Global Governance — join Chris Farnham to discuss how Australia can protect its education exports from potential economic coercion from China. Coercion against Australia’s education sector would significant…
 
You have so many tasks on your list every day. You swing between saying yes to everything and getting overwhelmed and then saying no to everything and becoming legalistic. How do you determine what is essential for your optimal performance? In this episode, Michael and Megan do a deep-dive into their personal nonnegotiables. They’ll show you how to…
 
This week on Mondays Chrissy and I are joined by Jed Kolko, Chief Economist at Indeed.com to talk about migration patterns around the country during the pandemic as well as reapportionment and the specter of remote work. A few pieces from Jed to read as companion pieces. The most urban counties in the US are shrinking - NY Times Tech hubs held on t…
 
On today’s episode of at the margin I am joined by Dr. Flavio Toxvaerd to discuss the economics of vaccines. Flavio is a lecturer in economics at the University of Cambridge and has published widely on the economics of vaccines, immunisation and social distancing. Check out his extensive research on the topic here: https://www.econ.cam.ac.uk/people…
 
Contributor(s): Professor Craig Calhoun | n the second part of his three-part lecture series, Craig Calhoun will chart the implications of genetic engineering and other transformations of the biological human being for an era which has put the human at the centre of its conception of the good.Meet our speaker and chairCraig Calhoun (@craigjcalhoun)…
 
Contributor(s): Professor Craig Calhoun | n the second part of his three-part lecture series, Craig Calhoun will chart the implications of genetic engineering and other transformations of the biological human being for an era which has put the human at the centre of its conception of the good.Meet our speaker and chairCraig Calhoun (@craigjcalhoun)…
 
Contributor(s): Professor Craig Calhoun | n the second part of his three-part lecture series, Craig Calhoun will chart the implications of genetic engineering and other transformations of the biological human being for an era which has put the human at the centre of its conception of the good.Meet our speaker and chairCraig Calhoun (@craigjcalhoun)…
 
Contributor(s): Professor Craig Calhoun | n the second part of his three-part lecture series, Craig Calhoun will chart the implications of genetic engineering and other transformations of the biological human being for an era which has put the human at the centre of its conception of the good.Meet our speaker and chairCraig Calhoun (@craigjcalhoun)…
 
The EU, Australia’s largest canola export destination, is on track for a future wherein sustainability and chemical use are even more heavily regulated. How will this affect canola markets, and what will be the impacts on Australian exports? Rabobank’s Stefan Vogel, Global Grains & Oilseeds Strategist, and Cheryl Kalisch Gordon, Senior Grains & Oil…
 
Do huge wealth redistribution schemes like Biden's new plan actually make people better off? Some people will get a net benefit. How how numerous are they? How many millions will take a net loss? The government has no idea.Original Article: https://mises.org/wire/fundamental-economic-problem-bidens-rescue-planThis Audio Mises Wire is generously spo…
 
Originally recorded on April 30, 2021 for the CID Speaker Series, featuring ​Kate Raworth, Economist & Co-Founder of the Doughnut Economics Action Lab. Raworth continued the conversation with our CID Student Ambassador after an appearance at the virtual CID Speaker Series event where they shared insights from her research and book, Doughnut Economi…
 
Now that the average American voter is barely paying attention—and that the US is facing an economic crisis and weak recovery—it has become politically expedient to move further toward wrapping up a couple more lost wars. Original Article: https://mises.org/wire/united-states-has-declared-defeat-two-more-warsThis Audio Mises Wire is generously spon…
 
This episode we welcome Rita Gurevich, CEO and founder of Sphere Technology Solutions. She talks about what it’s like to start her own company, why it is important to know your assets when setting policy, and what skills and experiences set applicants apart when they look to hire. Plus, she has plenty of data governance strategies to chat about. 0:…
 
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