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Best Economics podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Economics podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Economics Detective Radio is a podcast about markets, ideas, institutions, and all things related to the field of economics. Episodes consist of long-form interviews and are generally released on Fridays. Topics include economic theory, economic history, the history of thought, money, banking, finance, macroeconomics, public choice, business cycles, health care, education, international trade, and anything else of interest to economists, students, and serious amateurs interested in the scien ...
 
Any society that allows itself to become radically unequal eventually collapses into an uprising or a police state—or both. Join venture capitalist Nick Hanauer and some of the world’s leading economic and political thinkers in an exploration of who gets what and why. Turns out, everything you learned about economics is wrong. And if we don’t do something about rising inequality, the pitchforks are coming.
 
“The most valuable of all capital is that invested in human beings.” An uncannily prophetic quote from an 1890 book, Principles of Economics by Alfred Marshall presents an idea that has been accepted by major corporations and governments all over the world today. People's understanding of market behavior and how industries operate has its roots in the work done by European economists more than a century ago. Little has changed in terms of principles, though the effects of globalization and t ...
 
Consumers are weird. They don't do what they say they will do and don't act how we think they "should." Enter Melina Palmer, a sales conversion expert with a personal mission to make your business more effective and brain friendly. In this podcast, Melina will take the complex concepts of behavioral economics (the study and science of why people buy - or not) and provide simple, actionable tips you can apply right away in your business. Whether you're a small business or thriving corporation ...
 
The Sound of Economics brings you insights, debates, and research-based discussions on economic policy in Europe and beyond. The podcast is produced by Bruegel, an independent and non-doctrinal think tank based in Brussels. It seeks to contribute to European and global economic policy-making through open, fact-based and policy-relevant research, analysis and debate. The Sound of Economics is also part of EuroPod, a network of European podcast shows which brings together journalistic, cultura ...
 
Audio podcasts of public lectures, seminars and events from the SOAS Department of Economics. The SOAS Department of Economics is a leading centre for economic research. We have a vibrant research culture driven by staff working on a plethora of issues, but we specialise in the study of developing and emerging economies and our work covers an unparalleled range of countries and regions.
 
Porter Stansberry is the outspoken founder of Stansberry Research - now one of the largest and most recognized investment research firms in the world.Stansberry Radio puts you in tune to hear Porter’s commentary on the latest financial and economic news. Listen to Porter interview renowned experts.
 
With experts on economic policy and finance, business and trade, development, energy, and technology, CSIS offers a 360-degree perspective on economic trends in an interconnected world. Our research and programs examine the role of economics as an influence on foreign policy and the use of diplomacy as a means to improve economic outcomes. CSIS’s work in this realm is spearheaded by: Economics Program Scholl Chair in International Business Find the latest research from our scholars and CSIS ...
 
Considered by many as the world's best Crypto Podcast with coverage ranging from Bitcoin, Ethereum, Cryptocurrency, Digital Assets, DLT, Blockchain, Fintech and the Decentralized Financial Future. We create content for the next generation of developers, investors, and distributed ledger technologists by providing them with current trends in the crypto space. Their is no better podcast to provide all the analysis and information you would need to better understand the crypto industry and your ...
 
The Becker Friedman Institute for Economics at the University of Chicago (BFI) serves as a hub for cutting-edge analysis and research across the entire UChicago economics community to uncover new ways of thinking about the field. Featuring conversations and lectures from premier BFI events, this podcast explores the latest economic insights and trends from leading voices in policy, business, the media, and academia, revealing how rigorous thinking shapes our understanding of the world.
 
Ever shaken an invisible hand? Been flattened by a falling market? Or wondered what took the bend out of Phillips' curve? David Mitchell helps reveal some of the great dilemmas faced by governments trying to run an economy - whether to save or spend, control inflation, regulate trade, fix exchange rates, or just leave everyone to get on with it and not intervene. You'll learn why Adam Smith put such a high price on free markets, how Keynes found a bold new way to reduce unemployment, and wha ...
 
Insights from top economists to help you navigate the economic impact of the COVID-19 crisis. Hosts Tess Vigeland and Eduardo Porter talk to University of Chicago economists about their research, revealing important new ways to make sense of this moment. Economics is at the heart of crucial decisions about how we confront the COVID-19 crisis. Topics range from global trade to the changing meaning of work. Pandemic Economics is produced by the Becker Friedman Institute and Stitcher and is par ...
 
Economics In Ten is your go-to podcast if you want to learn about the lives, times and ideas of the world's greatest economic thinkers. Each episode is a fun exploration of a famous economist using ten different questions. Presented by Pete and Gav, your friendly neighbourhood economists, with technical support from Nic and music from Jukedeck - create your own at http://jukedeck.com
 
Frank Albert Fetter was an American economist of the Austrian school, but referred to himself as a member of the “American Psychological School” instead. Fetter contested the position that land is theoretically distinct from capital, arguing that such a distinction was impractical. His stand on this issue led him to oppose ideas like the land value tax. Fetter also asserted that just as the price of each consumer good is determined solely by subjective value, so the rate of interest is deter ...
 
This podcast is a compilation of projects completed by the 11th Grade Economics Classes as they study the local economy. The podcasts represent student research of stories in which macro and microeconomic topics converge in the real world. © All podcasts are the property of the authors and may be redistributed with credit given to The Dayton Regional STEM School.
 
Imagine a global financial firm with the heart and soul of a two-person organization. A world-leading wealth management company that sits down with you to understand your needs and goals. An award winning global investment bank and premier global asset management business dedicated to giving you the most personal attention at every level. You and us. Think of it as the most powerful two-person financial firm in the world.
 
Improving economic policy is a key component of building a just society. Though Catholic Social Teaching has a lot to say about economic policy, there are relatively few outlets discussing the rich and beautiful tradition of economic theory and policy provided to us by the Church. Join economist Dr. Levi Russell as he discusses economic concepts and current events through the lens of Catholic Social Teaching. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/catholiceconomics/support
 
These four lectures were delivered to the Department of Economics at the University of Colorado in the 1970s, and feature Friedrich Hayek, Israel Kirzner and Ludwig Lachmann. Special thanks to Mr. Fred Glahe for his generous donation of these recordings to the Mises Institute.Download the complete audio of this event (ZIP) here.
 
How has our understanding of the macroeconomy changed since the crash? Why do economists love carbon taxes? Why do song intros differ from ten years ago? This is but a selection of the questions already answered in this podcast series. Each episode discusses a different topic with an expert in that particular field, offering insight of unprecedented depth. Many of the speakers are working at the cutting edge of their respective fields, guiding us through both the accumulated evidence and sho ...
 
A collection of ten speeches and lectures by Murray N. Rothbard, spanning from the 1970s to the early 1990s. He is speaking in a small classroom setting, explaining economics from the ground up, and systematically in the manner of a classic 101 course on the topic—but with a revolutionary approach.Download the complete audio of this event (ZIP) here.
 
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Hour 2 – Politics Full Second Hour Segment 1 and 2 – Television personality Belinda Kendall discusses all types of racial discrimination in America. Segment 3 – Orrin Hudson explains his foundation which is geared to helping African American kids. Segment 4 – Orrin Hudson continues to discuss the importance not blaming others but accomplishments to…
 
We’re facing two global crises. We have scientific evidence for how to deal with both of them, but governments aren’t acting quickly enough. They both show how we are all more connected than we previously thought. And to tackle them will require massive changes in how we run our economy.The first problem is Covid-19. The other, though it’s fallen o…
 
Francis joins me again, this time to discuss a historical view of Germany's smartest economic policies with some lessons for improving policy here in the U.S. Colette's Carvings Devotionals and Decor from our home to yours! https://www.etsy.com/shop/ColettesCarvings Support the show! Patreon: http://patreon.com/catholiceconomics Subscribestar: http…
 
Many on the Left see the European Union as a fundamentally benign project with the potential to underpin ever greater cooperation and progress. If it has drifted rightward, the answer is to fight for reform from within. In this iconoclastic polemic, economist Costas Lapavitsas demolishes this view. In The Left Case Against the EU (Polity, 2018), he…
 
On today’s behavioral economics foundations episode we are going to be talking about the IKEA effect as well as the effort heuristic. I’ve loved the IKEA effect concept since the moment I heard its name. It is such a quirky title, but so clear for what this concept is all about. In its most basic form, we value things that we put effort into more t…
 
Economic data in Asia, tied to infection levels, are diverging with China bouncing back but others still contracting. For the US, Friday's jobs report will update whether the US is also bouncing back, if not then pressure for fiscal stimulus would heat up even further. In Europe, rising infection levels are raising questions over the third-quarter …
 
The UK’s Home Secretary Priti Patel has revealed the government’s plan to curb migration to the UK, with a universal points system. It’s going to be hard for anyone to migrate to Britain without a job lined up that pays over £25k. Phil Dobbie asks Steve Keen whether it’s a good thing to set a minimum wage for migrants. After all, having we been exp…
 
If you’ve been following me for awhile, you’ve undoubtedly heard me talk about Wrap Technologies, creator of the revolutionary nonlethal weapon, the BolaWrap. For subscribers of both Curzio Research Advisory and Curzio Venture Opportunities, this name has been a huge winner… and it keeps climbing. Today, Scot Cohen, venture capitalist and executive…
 
The OECD has estimated that COVID-19 will cause a 60% decline in international tourism in 2020. This could rise to 80% if recovery is delayed until December. During their trip, the Reopening Europe team noticed the direct impact of the lockdown on cities such as Strasbourg or Salzburg, which were practically devoid of the usual tourist crowds. In t…
 
In 12 years, we’ve seen two economic crises with devastating long-term impacts. It seems by now we should be prepared to expect the unexpected… but instead, we’re relying on hastily prepared crisis legislation to save our economy. Again. Economist Lindsay Owens proposes an alternative plan: a standing, off-the-shelf program to stabilize the economy…
 
Key Takeaways and Actionable Insights Business strategy and business model design has traditionally been firm-centric. Entrepreneurs are called upon to establish firms, to make the firm the locus of value creation through value proposition design, assembly of resources, and production; and to ensure competitive advantage in comparison to rival firm…
 
On today’s episode I am joined by Dr. Reamonn Lydon of the Central Bank of Ireland to discuss the wealth of Irish households. Rea has been poring over the Household Finance and Consumption Survey which is one of the primary data sources used to understand Irish household wealth – something which is notoriously difficult to get a handle on. We go th…
 
The chances are you have heard the phrase ‘creative destruction’ but what do you know about the man that coined it? In this podcast you will find out about Joseph Schumpeter, an economist who was hard to categorise but had plenty to say. In a world where ‘secular stagnation’ has arguably become the norm, his work on entrepreneurship and innovation …
 
Today's guests are Sylvain Catherine and Natasha Sarin of the University of Pennsylvania. They discuss their research on wealth inequality, specifically with respect to social security's impact on calculated wealth inequality. When you account for the value of all future payroll taxes into Social Security and all future benefit payments from Social…
 
In this episode, our intrepid hosts interview Keith Tribe, Senior Research Fellow at the University of Tartu, about his work on a range of topics in economic history and the history of economic thought, including the subjects of his books Land, Labour, and Economic Discourse (1978), Strategies of Economic Order: German Economic Discourse, 1750-1950…
 
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