Pietro Peretto (Duke) on The Economics of Prosperity…

[mp3]http://www.econnow.com/wp/wp-content/mp3/PerettoPietro_GrowthOnAFinitePlanet.mp3[/mp3] [caption id="attachment_296" align="alignright" width="150" caption="Pietro Peretto (Duke)"][/caption] Pietro Peretto, Professor of Economics, Duke University, is tackling the very biggest topic in Economics -- How can humanity experience increasing living standards in a world of…

Rebecca Morton (NYU) on Voting and Personal Attributes

[mp3]http://www.econnow.com/wp/wp-content/mp3/MortonBecky_PoliticalIdeologies.mp3[/mp3] [caption id="" align="alignright" width="100" caption="Rebecca Morton (NYU)"][/caption] What about you impacts on your voting choice? Professor Rebecca Morton, Professor of Politics at New York University joins us today on EconomicsNow! to talk voting. Specifically,…

Andreas Lange (U Hamburg) on Why Fairness Principles…

[mp3]http://www.econnow.com/wp/wp-content/mp3/LangeAndreas_ClimateChangeAndFairness.mp3[/mp3] [caption id="attachment_279" align="alignright" width="150" caption="Andreas Lange"][/caption] Why does fairness matter to international climate change negotiations? To help us answer this question, Andreas Lange, a Professor of Economics from the University of Hamburg joins us…

Markus Brueckner (U of Adelaide) on Economic Growth,…

[mp3]http://www.econnow.com/wp/wp-content/mp3/BruchnerMarkus_AidAndGrowth.mp3[/mp3] [caption id="attachment_271" align="alignright" width="148" caption="Markus Brueckner (University of Adelaide)"][/caption] Markus Brueckner is a senior lecturer at the School of Economics, University of Adelaide, and has research interests including economic growth, political economy and applied…

Glenn Harrison (Georgia State) on Experimental Economics

[mp3]http://www.econnow.com/wp/wp-content/mp3/GlennHarrisonOnExperimentalEconomics.mp3[/mp3] [caption align="alignright" width="100" caption="Prof Glenn Harrison"][/caption] Glenn Harrison is the C.V. Starr Chair of Risk Management & Insurance and Director of the Center for the Economic Analysis of Risk (CEAR), in the Department of…

Andy Seltzer (University of London) on wages, glass-ceilings…

[mp3]http://www.econnow.com/wp/wp-content/mp3/110502_AndySeltzerOnLabourEconomics.mp3[/mp3] [caption align="alignright" width="100" caption="Prof Andy Seltzer"][/caption] Andy Seltzer is a Professor in the Department of Economics, Royal Holloway, University of London. Professor Seltzer is an Economic Historian first and foremost and has been working…

Keynes vs. Hayek: round 2 “Fight of the…

Another brilliant EconTv video from Keynes and Hayek. This time, the stage is as a Congress House Committee to analyse whether or not the US stimulus package was a good thing after all. Predictably, Keynes…

Paul Raschky (Monash University) on where Foreign Aid…

[mp3]http://www.econnow.com/wp/wp-content/mp3/110411-RaschkyOnLightAndForeignAid.mp3[/mp3] [caption id="attachment_203" align="alignright" width="100" caption="Dr Paul Raschky"][/caption] For some, foreign aid, is the only great hope for ending poverty in the very poor nations of our world, whilst for others, foreign aid is a…