Saturday, October 31, 2009

The Consolations of Economics and other Podcasts

Princeton’s Dixit Discusses Nobel for Ostrom, Williamson

Calvo Sees Difficulty Unwinding Stimulus Packages

Bill Clinton Cites Discipline, Growth to Cut Deficit

Rogoff, Reinhart on Their Book `This Time Is Different'

Skidelsky Says Stimulus Debates Today Same as 1930s


Zandi Sees Little Traction for U.S. Recovery in 2010

Plosser Says No Bank Should Be Too Big to Fail

Sustainable Wealth: Achieve Financial Security in a Volatile World of Debt and Consumption

The Consolations of Economics
Speaker: Tim Harford

The Strange Friendship of Pauli and Jung: when physics met psychology
Speaker: Professor Arthur I Miller

Keynes and the Crisis of Capitalism
Speaker: Professor Lord Skidelsky

The current state of the economy
Speaker: Professor Edward C. Prescott

Building windmills not walls – Hungary's approach in the economic storm
Speaker: Gordon Bajnai

Optimal Financial Structure and Economic Development

Speaker: Dr Justin Yifu Lin

Islam: what I believe
Speaker: Professor Tariq Ramadan

The Future of Banking and Financial Regulation
Speaker: Eric Chaney, Professor Charles Goodhart

Predictioneer: How to predict the future with game-theory
Speaker: Professor Bruce Bueno de Mesquita

A Year after the Collapse of Lehmans: where does global capitalism go now?
Speaker: Professor Andrew Gamble, Will Hutton, Professor Danny Quah

Risk, Behaviour and Applications to Health Policy
Speaker: Dr Joan Costa-i-Font, Dr Caroline Rudisill

How to Control and Change Individual Behaviour: the world as installation
Speaker: Professor Saadi Lahlou

Human Rights in the 21st Century
Speaker: Professor Noam Chomsky

The Idea of Justice
Amartya Sen

Capitalism and Confusion
Amartya Sen

The Role of Political and Economic Ideas in Policymaking
Douglas Irwin, Professor of Arts and Sciences, Department of Economics, Dartmouth College
David Colander, Professor of Economics, Middlebury College
Murray Dry, Professor of Political Science, Middlebury College
James Morrison, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Middlebury College

Capitalism 3.0

Dani Rodrik

Natural Resource Management -Collier

A Conversation with Lord Nicholas Stern

Developing Rural Areas - Esther Duflo

The Life and Impact of Ayn Rand

It's Our Turn to Eat: The Story of a Kenyan Whistleblower

Create Your Own Economy: The Path to Prosperity in a Disordered World

The Return of Depression Economics

The Global Financial Crisis: Causes and Consequences - Greenspan

Controlling corruption
Out of the Fitzgerald Inquiry, the National Integrity System was born, and is now used by governments and authorities in most countries around the world. The latest is Kurdistan. Corruption, like death and taxes, is inevitable. Ian Townsend explores ways in which it can be managed and minimised.

Addiction, free will and self control

Gandhi and philosophy - the centenary of Hind Swaraj

Beethoven and the modern

How T.H. Huxley helped me teach my students how to write

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