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In a six-part podcast miniseries, economist James Meadway and journalist Kirsty Styles delve into our economic system, the difference between capitalism and neoliberalism, and how neoliberalism came to dominate modern day economics. From the team behind the Weekly Economics Podcast. "Lively and engaging… To me, it sounded like they were talking a lot of sense" - The Observer Produced by James Shield. Programme editor for NEF: Huw Jordan. Brought to you by the New Economics Foundation – the i ...
 
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One of the central questions of economics is "Why are some countries rich and some countries poor? And how did rich countries become rich in the first place?" Economic historian Joel Mokyr joins the podcast to discuss these questions and more. Why did the Industrial Revolution happen in England, and not elsewhere? How did political fragmentation le…
 
Conversations about the crypto world often seem like a pitched battle between supporters and detractors. Vitalik Buterin joins the show to discuss what really matters and what's really showing promise in crypto. We discuss why so many are skeptical of crypto, whether cryptocurrency has too much space in the discussion, and what the most interesting…
 
What's new in the world of green technology? Noah Smith joins the show to discuss advances in solar, wind, battery and nuclear power, and why some of those technologies keep getting cheaper while others don't. We also discuss other climate related moonshots like carbon capture technology and geothermal power, and why it's so important to invest in …
 
What's been going on with the US and global supply chains? PPI's Ed Gresser joins the podcast to discuss supply chain disruptions, how the supply chain was impacted by the COVID pandemic, how to make our supply chains more resilient, and what the vision for US trade policy should be moving forward. Sign up for Ed's new Trade Fact of the Week newsle…
 
What can be done to help Afghan refugees in the wake of the Taliban's takeover of Afghanistan? Jessica Gronert from the Save Settle Support Initiative joins the show to discuss the situation in Afghanistan today, how organizations like hers are trying to get more Afghans out of the country, why the US immigration system is so slow at dealing with t…
 
Why does the policy world underrepresent women's voices, and what can we do about it? Jasmine Stoughton of the Mosaic Economic Project joins the show to talk about the Mosaic Project's work to amplify the voices of women experts in policy areas like technology, economics and more. We discuss the talent pipeline for women with expertise, how to brea…
 
The US has a housing crisis, but how did we get here? Vox's Jerusalem Demsas joins the show to discuss the politics of housing. What does the public really think about building more housing? What motivates NIMBYs - economic self interest, fear of change, or something else? How much should we worry about accusations of gentrification when new housin…
 
How common is pollution in the United States, and what kind of practical impact does it have? Economist Claudia Persico joins the podcast to discuss her new report for PPI's Innovation Frontier Project, titled "How Exposure To Pollution Quietly Shapes The American Workforce And Economy". We discuss the ways in which pollution impacts our health, ou…
 
Why are so many crucial parts of a good life becoming more and more expensive over time? And why is "Let's just use the government to pay for it" not a satisfactory response? Sam Hammond and Daniel Takash of the Niskanen Center join the podcast to talk about their new report "Cost Disease Socialism". We discuss why education, childcare, healthcare …
 
It's the fourth episode of our Liberalism Around the World series, examining the state of liberalism in many countries and regions. This week's episode is all about liberalism in Bangladesh. Our guest is Imran Khan, a policy analyst, climate advocate and lead of the Bangladesh Neoliberals chapter. We talk about Bangladesh's political history, the c…
 
With gigantic infrastructure bills making their way through Congress, Jeremiah outlines a vision of what a neoliberal infrastructure package should look like. Which types of 'hard infrastructure' are most valuable? What about the 'soft infrastructure', or new social welfare spending? Which parts of these bills deserve even more funding, and should …
 
What's going on with the infrastructure bills in Congress? Business Insider's Grace Panetta and PPI's Ben Ritz join the podcast to talk about these giant infrastructure bills. What's in the bills? Why are they split in two? Why are moderates and progressives fighting about the timing of the bills? What's likely to actually end up in the final versi…
 
The age old question - how do we actually define neoliberalism? Philosopher Kevin Vallier talks about his new entry in the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy that attempts to set a firm definition of what neoliberalism is. We discuss the core features that defined the neoliberalism of Hayek, Friedman and Buchanan, the differences between the origi…
 
How should we think about the recent protests in Cuba? Author and commentator Antonio Garcia Martinez joins the show to discuss politics in Cuba. We discuss the fascinating history of the internet in Cuba, how technology led to the recent round of protests, how the state has reacted to this new wave of protests and technology, and what the US shoul…
 
Congressman Jim Himes (CT-04) joined the Center for New Liberalism for a Twitch livestream to discuss his work in Congress on Cybersecurity and Inequality. CNL director Colin Mortimer and Rep. Himes discuss how the US should respond to state-sponsored cyber-attacks, how the US can prepare itself for those kinds of attacks, the top drivers of inequa…
 
How can we reduce the harm from dangerous products like cigarettes and other drugs? NYU professor Ray Niaura joins the show to talk about harm reduction policies. We discuss government interventions like sin taxes, warning labels, and advertising restrictions on cigarettes, as well as how we should think about new smoking alternatives like vaping. …
 
It's the return of Real Neoliberal Hour, with political junkies and comedians Andrea Jones Rooy and Andrew Heaton. The gang discusses bipartisanship, Critical Race Theory, communist microwaves, racist fish, and why podcast listeners are so much smarter than talk radio listeners. To make sure you hear every episode, join our Patreon at https://www.p…
 
Es ist nicht ganz so einfach, aktuelle Infos und Termine zusammen zutragen, mit Blick auf differente Geographien und Kalender sowie bürokratisch-rassistischen Konstrukten wie Pässen und Grenzen, wie sie nun Mal in einer Welt mit vielen Welten bestehen…. Ein compa vom Ya basta Netzt berichtet über die Ankunft und Begrüßung der maritimen zapatistisch…
 
Jeremiah recaps the best books he's read so far in 2021, including books covering the practice of medicine, artificial intelligence, political organizing, history, economics, and more - 18 books total! Also included are reviews for science fiction and web fiction, and the worst book Jeremiah's read in the last decade. To make sure you hear every ep…
 
Why are there so many proposals to break up Big Tech, and what impact would that have? PPI's Director of Technology Policy Alec Stapp joins the podcast to discuss the recent antitrust bills in Congress aimed at the biggest tech companies in the US. We discuss which bills make sense and which don't, what members of congress don't seem to get about p…
 
The Neoliberal Project is proud to announce our first ever Week of Action. We're hosting 35+ events in 7 countries as our local chapters come back with a bang in the new post-COVID world. We're also having our first ever membership drive, encouraging all our neoliberal supporters to become official members of the Neoliberal Project. Your membership…
 
Am Samstag findet in Freiburg eine Demonstration des brasilianisch-deutschen Kollektivs für die Demokratie statt. Eine Demonstration gegen den Faschismus, gegen die Regierung Bolsonaro. Sie fordert u.a. auch das Recht für alle Brasilianer*innen sich impfen zu lassen- Los gehts um 13 Uhr am Konzerthaus. Wir haben mit Henrique aus Offenburg, der die …
 
It's the two year anniversary of Jeremiah's kidney donation, and in this episode he makes the argument that you, the listener, should also consider donating. Jeremiah discusses why kidney disease is such a large problem, how much good a donated kidney can do, and why the risks of donation are minimal. He also answers commonly asked questions about …
 
This episode is a joint episode - I sit down with Richard Reeves, Brookings Institute Senior Fellow, Author of 'Dream Hoarders' and host of the new podcast Dialogues with Richard Reeves. We compare modern liberalism with previous generations of liberalism, discuss the importance of pluralism in a liberal society, and talk about the future of libera…
 
Virginia Postrel, author of The Fabric of Civilization, joins the show for a wide ranging conversation. We discuss the history of cloths, textiles, and fabrics as detailed in her recent book, and why the history of fabrics is often the same thing as the history of technology. We also discuss dynamic vs static attitudes toward the economy and societ…
 
How is Substack changing online media, and are those changes making our discourse better or worse? Substack CEO Chris Best joins the show to discuss all things Substack. We talk about Substack's origins and mission, the various ways in which Substack differs from traditional media outlets, some of the recent controversies around content on Substack…
 
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