Economics is applied common sense and the podcast will break down the various arguments in everyday language. We will strive to provide an unbiased account of all arguments relevant to a debate. Sometimes the more interesting questions emerge when you scratch the surface and we'll use the economics toolkit to dig these out. 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 likely t ...
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The aim of this weekly podcast is to make economics easy, uncomplicated and accessible. With the world at a political, technological and financial tipping point, economics has never been so important to all of us and yet, it’s made inaccessible and complicated by so many. I’ve always thought what is complicated is rarely important and what is important is rarely complicated. That will be our motto. Every week we are going to tease out some big economic or political issue facing us, not just ...
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This series features recordings of research papers from the Tudor and Stuart Ireland Conference wich took place on September 2nd and 3rd of September 2011 in University College Dublin. The conference saw over fifty speakers from around Ireland and beyond come together to share their ideas in an interdisciplinary forum. Over one hundred registered delegates attended the conference over the course of the two day event. Funded by the UCD School of History and Archives, and UCD Graduate School o ...
Welcome back to a new series of At the Margin! This episode is a bit earlier than expected – I wanted to share it with you as soon as possible. We’ll be back to our usual Tuesday release date in due course. Seamus Coffey joins to discuss corporation tax. Seamus is an economics lecturer at University College Cork and is a former chair of Ireland’s F…
Adapting to the post-pandemic market, new EU emissions rules and a shortage of semiconductors: these are just some of the challenges the auto industry is currently facing. Stephen Carroll discusses them with Vincent Cobée, the boss of French car brand Citroën.By FRANCE 24 English
In rural Arizona, the Border Patrol is now dropping off migrants from overflowing detention facilities in to small towns that are cut off from transportation and other services.By Kirk Siegler
NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Minnesota State Rep. Cedrick Frazier about efforts to overhaul the police following Daunte Wright's killing by an officer in Brooklyn Center, Minn.By KUOW Staff
For 14 years, Jessie Hamilton cooked at the Phi Gamma Delta house. When a former member heard she was working two jobs to try to pay her mortgage, a collection was started. The house is now paid off.By KUOW Staff
Thinking the GPS led him to the correct address, the groom-to-be and some of his wedding party settled in. When the mix up was realized, he quickly left to find his actual fiancee.By KUOW Staff
California's Bay Area is home to a large number of Afghans, many of whom moved there after Sept. 11th. They have a variety of reactions to the announced U.S. pullout from Afghanistan later this year.By KUOW Staff
In a sign of U.S. intent to put Asian allies at the core of its foreign policy, Japan's prime minister will be the first foreign head of state to meet face-to-face with President Biden.By Anthony Kuhn
NPR's Noel King talks to Corey Hinderstein of the Nuclear Threat Initiative about the resumption of discussions with Iran and other parties to the nuclear deal, including the United States.By KUOW Staff
The Biden administration is preparing to issue a wide range of sanctions against Russia, according to multiple media reports.By KUOW Staff
One of the most significant changes influencing our world is the feminization of the economy. It's been a long time coming, and the fruits of many battles- contraception, free and inclusive education, divorce, abortion. Finally, in the West, woman are catching up with men, in income and wealth. This trend will profoundly affect the society and the …
In today’s episode Ciaran Hancock is joined by hotelier John Fitzpatrick, owner of the Fitzpatrick Hotel Group in New York City. Later this month, the Fitzpatrick Manhattan will reopen following over twelve months of closure. In today's episode we hear about the reopening plans, the impact of Covid-19 on the hotel business and Fitzpatrick's thought…
Bernie Madoff, who carried out one of the most notorious Ponzi schemes in history, has died while serving his prison sentence in North Carolina. He bilked thousands of investors out of their savings.By Jim Zarroli
The Government's Covid-19 policy was dealt a double blow this week, as it was forced to pause the mandatory hotel quarantine system and issues with two vaccines threw the planned inoculation programme into doubt. Hugh is joined by Jennifer Bray and Jack Horgan-Jones from The Irish Times political team to discuss the latest hurdles the coalition mus…
Pausing use of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine looks unlikely to cause major problems in the overall U.S. vaccination effort, but some places counting on those doses are scrambling.By Will Stone
Relatives of George Floyd and Daunte Wright called for justice in the two separate cases of Black men killed in police encounters. NPR's Noel King talks to Benjamin Crump, the families' attorney.By KUOW Staff
Camile Coelho was walking with her dog and looking for sea glass when she found herself sinking. The mud went up to her knees and she quickly realized she wasn't able to get out.By KUOW Staff
Michael, a college student, has been receiving many calls about the camel. His girlfriend posted the ad as a joke. He's already thinking of how to get back at her next year.By KUOW Staff
Get on the email list at cjpeconomics.substack.comBy Jim Power & Chris Johns
More than 400 people are charged in the Jan. 6 riot, but one suspect remains elusive to law enforcement: the person who left bombs near the Democratic and Republican national committee headquarters.By Tim Mak
NPR's Noel King talks to former State Department official Laurel Miller about the U.S. decision to withdraw all of its troops from Afghanistan after 20 years of fighting in that country.By KUOW Staff
A political debate has become a debate over word choice: the question of what "infrastructure" even means. The answer could mean a lot for women in the economy.By Danielle Kurtzleben
Consumer prices saw their sharpest increase in more than eight years last month, as businesses struggled to keep pace with booming demand.By Scott Horsley
The FDA and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention called for the pause in the use of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine — following reports of blood clots in six women who received the vaccine.By Joe Palca
Michigan has seen a surge in COVID-19 cases, and skepticism is growing over health orders and vaccines. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is in persuasion mode to get vaccine skeptics on board.By Rick Pluta
NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Nekima Levy Armstrong, a Minneapolis lawyer and activist, about Sunday's shooting.By KUOW Staff
Protesters angry over the police shooting of Daunte Wright were met with tear gas in Brooklyn Center, Minn. The city has fired its city manager following the shooting.By Leila Fadel
It's the hardest shot in bowling: the 7-10 split. Two pins are left standing on opposite sides of the lane. The feat hasn't been seen on TV since 1991. Neuer accomplished it on Sunday.By KUOW Staff
The Chihuahua named Prancer was described as a "haunted Victorian child in the body of a small dog that hates men and children." There were nicer traits listed too, including: loyal beyond belief.By KUOW Staff
The CDC says people who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 can travel but the majority of Americans still haven't gotten their shots. So how do we navigate travel safely?By Maria Godoy
Disinformation and conspiracy theories are rampant on the Internet. One platform that's seen a surge in that content and disinformation is YouTube. We explore what the company is doing in response.By KUOW Staff
The Biden administration has been rejoining international organizations, arguing that it is best to have a seat at the table to resolve global issues.By Michele Kelemen
Are Israel and the U.S. working at cross purposes on countering Iran's nuclear program? That's the question after the sabotage at an Iranian nuclear site over the weekend.By Daniel Estrin
Over the last few decades Ireland has been growing by leaps & bounds, catching up with most of our European neighbours in almost every measurements, social and economic. Part of that story has been the dramatic improvement in the countries' capital base as a result of US MNC investment. Ireland has received more US corporate investment that China, …
In this week’s episode, Stuart Banks, AIB Treasury speaks with John Fahey, AIB Senior Economist, about the latest news in financial markets including what we can expect from currency markets in the week ahead.By AIB Market Talk
Eamon Ryan, leader of the Irish Green Party and current Minister for Environment, Climate, Communications and Transport gives his Five Degrees of Change for a greener world. From growing our offshore wind industry, to getting Ireland's district heating system off the ground, to eating better for his health and the environment, Ryan displays a deep …
During the pandemic, food delivery work has boomed in China. The detention of the sector's most prominent labor activist is now drawing attention to their difficult working conditions.By Emily Feng
The prosecution in Minneapolis this week will finish laying out its case in the trial of former police officer Derek Chauvin, who is accused in the killing of George Floyd.By Adrian Florido
Chef Ryan Riley and Kimberley Duke's cookbook combines culinary science and medical research. It is designed to help people recovering from the coronavirus unlock more noticeable flavors.By KUOW Staff
That spectator was McIlroy's father, who was standing on the fairway at the Masters. The ball bounced off his dad's leg and then went in the hole. McIlroy's dad wasn't hurt.By KUOW Staff
An Iranian nuclear facility was knocked off line Sunday. Iran has blamed Israel, which does not want Washington and Tehran to once again agree to a nuclear pact that would ease sanctions on Iran.By Peter Kenyon
In the marshes of southern Iraq, water buffalos provide a livelihood for people outside the reach of many of the country's problems. There are new efforts intended to boost local agriculture.By Alice Fordham
With more than 3 million vaccinations a day, there are now some areas of the country where supply of COVID-19 vaccines outstrips demand, while other areas are seeing a shortage of shots.By Allison Aubrey
In this special quarterly podcast, Conor English, Head of Investments, AIB Private Banking joins Jane Kavanagh, AIB Corporate Treasury and John Fahey, AIB Senior Economist to discuss the performance of equity markets in Q1, the outlook for currency markets into 2021 and key insights for investors. Read the Investment Market Review and Outlook for Q…
Get on the email list at cjpeconomics.substack.comBy Jim Power & Chris Johns
President Biden wants Congress to give more money to schools, the CDC, and foreign aid. It's part of his first budget request, a document aimed at setting a tone for spending decisions.By KUOW Staff