Hirschmania, the final chapter

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.
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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.

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The life and speeches of Sadie Alexander

In this episode of Alphachat, Cardiff Garcia talks with professors Nina Banks and Darrick Hamilton about the legacy of the first African-American economist.
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In this episode of Alphachat, Cardiff Garcia talks with professors Nina Banks and Darrick Hamilton about the legacy of the first African-American economist.

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Podcast: Kim Rueben on the fiscal impact of immigration

Kim Rueben, a senior fellow at the Urban Institute, chats about the fiscal impact of immigration in the US.
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Kim Rueben, a senior fellow at the Urban Institute, chats about the fiscal impact of immigration in the US.

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Podcast: Michael Pettis on the mechanics of trade and the Chinese economy

Alphachat is available on Acast, iTunes and Stitcher. In this two part-part episode, we speak with Michael Pettis, finance professor at Peking University and the first-ever guest on Alphachat way back in 2011.Continue reading: Podcast: Michael Pettis o…

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In this two part-part episode, we speak with Michael Pettis, finance professor at Peking University and the first-ever guest on Alphachat way back in 2011.

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Podcast: Angus Deaton on his Nobel prize-winning career (encore)

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Season 3 of Alphachat starts next week, but today we’re re-upping a wonderful conversation we had with Angus Deaton in October 2015, just after he’d won the the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel — or just the economic Nobel, to the non-pedants among you.

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Alphachat is available on Acast, iTunes and Stitcher.

Season 3 of Alphachat starts next week, but today we’re re-upping a wonderful conversation we had with Angus Deaton in October 2015, just after he’d won the the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel — or just the economic Nobel, to the non-pedants among you.

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Podcast: Tim Harford on the lessons of technology for economic history

Alphachat is available on Acast, iTunes and Stitcher. Tim Harford joins the show this week to talk about his new book, 50 Things that Made the Modern Economy (US, UK), a companion to his delightful podcast series for the BBC World Service.Continue read…

Alphachat is available on Acast, iTunes and Stitcher.

Tim Harford joins the show this week to talk about his new book, 50 Things that Made the Modern Economy (US, UK), a companion to his delightful podcast series for the BBC World Service.

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Podcast: Jason Furman on economic policymaking

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Jason Furman actively contributed to economy policymaking throughout the entirety of the Obama administration, first as deputy director of the president’s National Economic Council and, from 2013 until the Obama administration concluded earlier this year, as chair of the Council of Economic Advisers.

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Jason Furman actively contributed to economy policymaking throughout the entirety of the Obama administration, first as deputy director of the president’s National Economic Council and, from 2013 until the Obama administration concluded earlier this year, as chair of the Council of Economic Advisers.

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