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The American Institute for Economic Research, also known as AIER, is an economic research institute located in Great Barrington, Massachusetts. It was founded in 1933 by the 20th century economist Edward C. Harwood with the intention of protecting individual rights and continues to produce quality content on subjects of policy, philosophy and economic science.
 
The HSRC is the largest dedicated research institute in the social sciences and humanities on the African continent, doing cutting-edge public research in areas that are crucial to development. We host regular public seminars which everyone can participate in: www.hsrc.ac.za/en/events. Most seminars are recorded and uploaded here.
 
Where technology, science, politics, economy & society meet - think, learn and be entertained a little along the way! Bi-weekly interviews, discussions and latest topics & events that you should know about presented in an interdisciplinary way! GARI is a research institute that uses advanced technology, such as AI with Big Data, to visualise, understand and create the ability to manage globalisation.
 
What happens to your body during an allergic reaction? Two leading paediatric allergists and researches Professor’s Katie Allen and Mimi Tang from the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute break down in detail the diagnosis, management, prevention and cure of allergies, as well as the facts and myths about intolerances and treating other diseases like asthma and eczema.
 
How does a New York city block transform from brothels to boutiques? Can a benevolent dictator cause economic growth? The Success Project Podcast Series explores how development happens at levels you've never considered. The Success Project podcast series is made in collaboration with NYU’s graduate students. Host Will Compernolle invites scholars to present their research and discuss emerging issues in development and economics. Produced by Carmen Cuesta Roca.
 
From Plato to quantum physics, Walter Benjamin to experimental poetry, Frantz Fanon to the history of political radicalism, The Podcast for Social Research is a crucial part of our mission to forge new, organic paths for intellectual work in the twenty-first century: an ongoing, interdisciplinary series featuring members of the Institute, and occasional guests, conversing about a wide variety of intellectual issues, some perennial, some newly pressing. Each episode centers on a different top ...
 
Join hosts Ryan McDermott (Faculty Director), John Buchmann (Executive Director), and Elise Ryan (Faculty Fellow), for conversations from Beatrice Institute, an ecumenical learning and research community that supports advanced inquiry in the Christian intellectual and cultural traditions. Animated by intellectual friendship inside and outside the academy, Beatrice Institute serves all who pursue the Beautiful, the True, and the Good.
 
Whether it's interviews with modern day entrepreneurs, wizened China hands, company CEOs, lawyers, or policy wonks, China Voices brings you a wide view of doing business in China. In a country where economics is politics, China Voices speaks to the academics and policy experts who try to make sense of this emerging economy. So expect to hear from world-class thinkers at some of the best universities and research institutes, as well as Shanghai-based experts on U.S.-China relations. Thanks fo ...
 
The Bologna Institute for Policy Research (BIPR) is the research division of the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in Europe. Its purpose is to promote problem-centered, interdisciplinary research in international policy by drawing upon the global network of SAIS faculty, students and scholars. BIPR SeminarCasts are made available to the public with the goal of providing a pivotal forum for thought and debate in international public policy.
 
Welcome to REEI Energy and Climate Podcast! This channel is updated every two weeks! REEI (Rock Environment and Energy Institute) is a Chinese independent think tank dedicated to energy and environment policy research, such as energy transition, air pollution and green hospital.REEI Energy and Climate Podcast is an output of our Energy Transition and Carbon Pricing (ETCP) Project, which aims to promote more reasonable energy and climate policy exchanges among Asian environmental NGOs, think ...
 
Welcome to scigest - podcast-sized servings of digestible science from the world of Plant & Food Research! Scigest is a podcast channel hosted by scientists at Plant & Food Research in New Zealand who are passionate about communicating their science to New Zealanders and the world, as well as helping science students in their journey to a science career. Our scientists are at the heart of food production, supply and security, contributing to human health and wellbeing as well as social and e ...
 
Alix Cave and Sam Moran discuss the latest happenings in the ever-expanding Texas Technology scene. From research institutes to gaming companies, Texas has decades of history of tech companies calling the Lone Start State home. And with the more companies than ever making the move, the new wild west of technology is happening here. Alix Cave: linkedin.com/in/cavealix/
 
"The SCS Research Podcast: Ní hansae/Not difficult" is the podcast of the School of Celtic Studies at Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies (DIAS). https://www.dias.ie/series/ni-hansae/ Ní hansae is Old Irish for ‘not difficult’, which is precisely what you will think after having heard the researchers explaining their research in their own words on this podcast. In each episode, O'Donovan Scholar Nike Stam will throw questions in Old Irish at her coworkers, but not to worry, they will answe ...
 
The Black Boys and Men: Changing the Narrative podcast series brings together thought leaders to analyze stereotypes and dispel myths concerning Black boys and men, to explore their strengths and achievements, and to discuss the many ways in which all of us can support their progress and well-being. SEASON 2 OUT NOW • JANUARY 20, 2020 For the second season of Black Boys and Men: Changing the Narrative, we took the podcast on the road, from Little Rock to Chicago to Philly and back to NYC. Ho ...
 
This collection comprises lectures and seminars from the Institute of Criminology at the University of Cambridge, UK, which has a worldwide reputation for excellence in both research and teaching. The Institute, founded by Sir Leon Radzinowicz 50 years ago, was one of the first criminological institutes in Europe and has exerted a strong influence on the development of the discipline. Many of the academic staff are international leaders in their fields. Staff hail from multidisciplinary inte ...
 
Stephen Boswell (author of Best Practices of Elite Advisors) and Kevin Nichols (author of The Indispensable LinkedIn Sales Guide) host a lively discussion around three questions coming from #AskStephenAndKevin. The Oechsli Institute is a thought leader for financial advisors, financial planners, and financial firm leadership looking to improve their abilities to attract and service affluent clients. Tune in if you want to know things like: - The most effective financial advisor marketing str ...
 
Metro21: Smart Cities Institute is a campus-wide initiative at Carnegie Mellon University dedicated to the research, development, and deployment of projects aimed at improving the quality of life in metropolitan areas. The mission of this podcast is to introduce a wider audience to our work. There are so many innovative projects being developed and deployed here at Carnegie Mellon, and we want to give the public a chance to be a part of our journey.
 
The Isaac Newton Institute is the world's foremost mathematical research centre. Living Proof aims to highlight the diverse people and interconnected topics linked to its many activities. Interviewees range from visiting academics and lecturers to mathematicians, other scientists, musicians, artists, students, and prominent figures within the University of Cambridge and beyond. The podcast typically involves mathematical themes, but is specifically aimed at a general audience. The focus is o ...
 
The Send Institute is a think tank for evangelism and church planting in North America. We provide dependable research, content, and learning communities for church planting leaders as they create more effective church planting strategies for today and tomorrow. Our podcast guests discuss some of the most important factors affecting church planting and evangelism.
 
If you're fascinated by all things to gut health, the gut-brain connection, mitochondrial health, the microbiome, fermented foods, biohacking, optimal health & wellness and longevity then this podcast is for you. We bring you, various experts from around the world and explore topics from a scientific perspective. A big welcome to The Gut Health Gurus podcast brought to you by Food Scientist & Registered Nutritionist, Kriben Govender. Around 8 years ago, Kriben's life imploded. He was extreme ...
 
Shiftdisturbers highlights the people, research and ideas that change the way we think about the world. It is the official podcast of the Martin Prosperity Institue, an academic think tank that aims to deepen our understanding of economic prosperity. Housed at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management, the Institute's mission is to develop new understandings and inform the broader public conversation around shared and sustainable prosperity, an essential piece of democratic cap ...
 
Podcast series with principal investigators of the Cambridge Stem Cell Institute, supported by the institute's Public Engagement Seed Fund, in collaboration with Pint of Science. Mariana Alves (Silva Group) has been interviewing a selection of our SCI Principal Investigators for a series of 11 podcasts. The podcasts seek to uncover each group leaders approach to research and the impact their discoveries are having on our understanding of stem cells and disease.This podcast series will be fol ...
 
My name is Dr. Franziska Gaupp and I'm a researcher at the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) in Austria. In The Food Systems Podcast I talk to people from different areas of the global food system. I am interested in what brought them to where they are now, what does their work look like and what to they think about the future of food?
 
In the lead-up and follow-up to the international climate talks in Paris at the end of 2015, the POLIMP Webinar Series captures live online discussions with the EU's leading experts on climate policy. The Webinar Series is moderated by Matthias Duwe, Head of Climate at Ecologic Institute, who is joined by guest speakers carefully selected to provide expert analysis and opinion on various topics relating to international climate negotiations and EU climate policy. Each webinar takes place as ...
 
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We already knew that the coronavirus pandemic resulted in a bigger burden of government, and none of us should be surprised that we also wound up with record levels of waste. Remember, "more government" is not the answer to any sensible question. At some point, we will run out of "other people’s money."…
 
This presentation, based on an article by Prof. Glenn Magapantay, studies local LGBTQ AAPI organizations over the past twenty years. It reveals the constituent elements that have allowed them to survive and thrive. While they continue to face internal challenges in building their organizations, the National Queer Asian Pacific Islander Alliance (NQ…
 
Today’s guest Banning Garrett has over four decades of experience as a strategic thinker, writer and speaker on international relations and global trends. As a consultant to both the World Bank and the United Nations, Garrett writes and speaks on long-term global trends and the impact of exponential technologies. After sixty-one trips to China sinc…
 
1 in 5 credit union members report that they would be willing to leave their credit union for a bank if innovation was not a priority.If you’re a regular listener of this podcast, you know that we often bring our research fellows on so that you have a chance to hear directly from them, get to know a little more about the work they are doing and lea…
 
An informative discussion with Jeff Chilton on the medicinal properties of mushrooms for optimal health, preventative medicine and much more!!! Bio: Jeff Chilton, raised in Pacific Northwest, studied ethno-mycology at the University of Washington in the late sixties. In 1973 he started work on a commercial mushroom farm in Olympia, Washington. Duri…
 
International Symposium on Poetic Inquiry Part 1: Speaking, Wednesday, 26th May Intersectionality helps us to recognise that people experience the world differently based on social identities— such as gender, sexuality, age, race, class, and disability, among others. For many marginalised people, these mutually reinforcing identities create unique …
 
Today, we are going to discuss gender issue in renewable energy development in Japan around a research report named "Women in Community Energy in Japan". This report summarizes the results of a questionnaire survey of member organizations of Japan Community Power Association on the role of women in community energy projects. We are also honored to …
 
The premise for the modern administrative state is the dubious notion that the federal government can scientifically plan the lives of hundreds of millions of people. The practical outcome is a regime of sheer incompetence and counterproductive policymaking that is fundamentally at odds with the normal functioning of society. It is a system meant n…
 
Chinatown Heroes was published in Chinese in 2020 and recently translated into an English edition in 2021. This book describes a selection of community heroes, from the unique viewpoint of Wai Wah Chan, a Chinese community newspaper journalist. Chinatown Heroes tells the stories of Chinese American history, community campaigns for voter registratio…
 
With public opinion lining up with the practical advantages of competitive energy markets, deregulating energy markets and promoting competition among energy sources and producers is a no-brainer – both for consumers and the planet.
 
مقابلة مع د. علي عبد الساتر. تتحدث الدكتورة لارا غريبه ، معهد أوتاوا للقلب / أوتاوا، مع الدكتور علي عبد الساتر ، كلية الصحة جامعة يورك ، كندا. محادثة حول رحلته المهنية من الشرق الأوسط إلى كندا ، واهتماماته البحثية ، والتحديات التي واجهها مع جائحة COVID 19 ، ونصائحه للجيل القادم المهتم بمهنة البحث العلمي.…
 
Episode 73 BEaTS Research Radio- Interview with Dr. Ali Abdul-Sater. Dr. Lara Gharibeh, uOttawa/Ottawa Heart Institute talks to Dr. Ali Abdul-Sater, Assistant Professor from the Faculty of Health, School of Kinesiology & Health Science, York University, Canada. A conversation about his career journey from the middle East to Canada, his research int…
 
For this episode, we hear from Maia Cucchiara, a professor of Urban Education at Temple University. She talks about low-income mothers’ experiences with parenting education courses, which are designed to teach parenting techniques and about things like child development. They might be offered in schools or community settings and participation is so…
 
We must separate government completely from science for the same reason we separate church from state and press from state. Don’t force our scientists to become supplicants to government bureaucrats in order to pursue truth. That will be the death of reason, science, and truth, and lead to disasters, such as misunderstanding the origins of deadly v…
 
Seven Deadly Economic Sins is a must read for the general public, policymakers, and students of economics who wish to gain an understanding, at a philosophical level, of the economic fallacies that continue to circulate in common thought and among certain policymakers, along with a convincing rebuttal of each, placed in the context of why getting i…
 
Professor Pearl Sithole, Vice-Principal of the University of the Free State, delivers this year’s lecture under the theme, Lessons from Mafeje’s theories and positionality of Africans on Science and Innovation. Objectives of the lecture are: •To explore Africanity as a means to respond to Africa’s diverse challenges through decolonising and promoti…
 
What matters now is whether California will do anything at all to make it a more palatable possibility for people who would be inclined to live there. If not, we’ll see continued erosion of the tax base, as it is only people who pay taxes who are inclined to leave, and a smaller congressional contingent with each passing census.…
 
Today we will continue to discuss the topic of electric vehicles. Let us focus on Tesla, the leader in the electric vehicle industry. What impact will Tesla's development in China have on the Chinese electric vehicle market? What will China's electric vehicle policy determine? Listen to this episode now, and you will know the answer!…
 
The work of Scott provides a powerful illustration of the importance of the qualification proposed by defenders of the super-rich. It is not wealth that is problematic, it is wealth generated by muting the forces of the market process (i.e. by rent-seeking). In other words, the policies that produce inequality matter!…
 
Dr. Karina Schumann is an assistant professor and the social program chair in the Department of Psychology at the University of Pittsburgh. Her research focuses on identifying factors that help people successfully manage their conflicts and respond to challenging social interactions in prosocial ways. She leads the Conflict Resolution (CORE) Lab at…
 
The idea is always to lock us down both in terms of population and consumption and woe to anyone or anything that allows more consumption with equal or fewer resources. Don’t fall for the safety arguments. The argument is against capitalism and humanity. That’s no fish story.
 
Governments only have spending power and faux swagger insofar as they arrogate to themselves a rising percentage of the production created by capitalistic endeavor. In other words, capitalism is the source of congressional largesse. In 2020, Congress chose to use the wealth extracted from capitalists in order to make hiring quite a bit more expensi…
 
In today's episode, we want to examine China's attitude towards coal investments following G7's climate push towards stopping international funding for coal. Especially taking a closer look into the climate and economical significance of Chinese coal investments, both domestically and internationally, and the technologies that require more rapid de…
 
The June New York City primary elections are just around the corner and there is a new way of voting this year! Learn about Ranked Choice Voting (RCV) with Rank the Vote NYC so that you will be confident in using the new voting system before heading to the polls. This voter education training will explain what Ranked Choice Voting is, why you shoul…
 
Governor Cuomo is under the mistaken impression that he can control the lives and personal health decisions of millions of New Yorkers and that the best way to do so is coercing them into receiving a vaccine. In the long run, though, these measures are likely to backfire, as they almost certainly will manifest in a breakdown in trust between the pu…
 
Poet Tanya Ko Hong will read from her latest book of poems, The War Still Within: Poems of the Korean Diaspora (Kyso Flash, 2019). Dedicated to all the women everywhere who have lost their names, this book celebrates the courage of women to speak their truth and acknowledges the suffering of those who never could. Part historical imagining of Japan…
 
This week, we explored the latest trends in Shanghai's retail and commercial real estate market with Hoichi Yeung and Kelly Cheng from property advising firm Savills. Hoichi works on Savills' commercial team, while Kelly focuses on cross-border retail. We discussed changing demand in Shanghai's typical commercial districts like Lujiazui as more dev…
 
Making Institutions Work in South Africa recognises that institutions are the pillars of a constitutional democracy they evolve through the actions of persons and as organisations they form structures of dynamic, shared social patterns of behaviour. The book offers interdisciplinary critical commentary by scholars, analysts and experts regarding st…
 
The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) is a leader in integrating biodiversity conservation with global development priorities such as improving health, strengthening food security, promoting inclusive economic growth, and mitigating and adapting to climate change. In this presentation, Anila Jacob discusses her experiences working w…
 
Learning from personal mistakes and mistakes of others to create new cultures and systems, moving from theory to practice in the world of community development. Exploring the intersections of applying nature's natural systems to issues that affect oppressed African American communities in DC. In this talk, Xavier Brown highlights and analyzes three…
 
Many Americans once believed government officials unless/until they had good reason to doubt them but increasingly they disbelieve officials unless/until they have reason to believe them. Maybe that is a good thing as it will eventually induce Americans to ask why they continue to pay the salaries of people they cannot implicitly trust to do their …
 
Today, we are going to talk about a research article named “Assessing China’s efforts to pursue the 1.5°C warming limit”. It was published in the journal Science on April 22 and it was co-authored by several domestic and foreign researchers and scholars.Based on the existing scenario from global models and new national modelling, this research cond…
 
Even if political pressures were miraculously to disappear, government officials would remain ignorant of most of the detailed bits of knowledge about how resources are, and potentially can be, used. And so any errors these officials make in distinguishing ‘critical’ from not-critical goods and services will result in resources being used more wast…
 
Online seminar 15 April 2021 The coronavirus pandemic has had far-reaching effects on urban lives and livelihoods. Some of these are likely to prove temporary as the vaccine is rolled out and the recovery gathers momentum. However, there are bound to be more profound changes too, depending on the shape and speed of the recovery. In the future, will…
 
With the corrupt policies being pursued by the authorities in statewide office, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that not everyone in the state is thrilled with the policies being pushed by Salem. On Tuesday, 5 Oregon counties voted in favor of leaving the state and becoming part of Idaho.
 
Skyler Chin will present on Illegal, a poetry-rap-rock musical based on his grandfathers immigration documents from when he was detained on Angel Island in 1923. The lyrics are inspired by poetry carved into the walls by Chinese Angel Island detainees. Chin wrote Illegal to give voice to Asian Americans like his grandfather whose stories had been l…
 
During the 2020 summer of global uprisings in defense of Black life, widely circulated antiracist reading lists created heightened demand for books that promised to teach readers how to examine their internalized racism. Situated in U.S. racial liberalisms extensive literary genealogy, antiracist howto literature has historically swooped in during …
 
Kerilyn Harkaway-Krieger is assistant professor of English and the director of The Great Conversation program at Gordon College. Corey Sparks is assistant professor of English at California State University at Chico, where he teaches courses on medieval literature, literary theory, poetry, and the digital humanities. Kerilyn and Corey join Elise to…
 
Scared of their own shadow politicians let experts like Fauci and Redfield terrify them into a command-and-control stance. The rest is tragic history as jobs and businesses vanished in a climate of fear created by politicians and bureaucrats who would never miss a paycheck or a meal.
 
Peanut plants are a rare item in New Zealand even though we are big fan either as a snack or as peanut butter. But is that about to change? This week Jay Jayaraman speaks to Declan Graham, business manager at Plant & Food Research about the first harvest of peanuts up north and the potential for a peanut growing industry in a warming Northland.…
 
Team Biden was able to pull the plug on Covid Mania so swiftly because they have the ability to control the federal bureaucracy, in addition to having the support of the power brokers in D.C. and a cheerleading corporate press. Team Biden is a beneficiary of insider privilege, and they used it to end Covid Mania in a moment’s notice.…
 
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