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Economic Rockstar
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Economic Rockstar is created for you, the economist, financial analyst, teacher or student. If you are looking to expand your knowledge in economics and finance, Frank Conway delivers the information you just don't want to miss. Economic Rockstar brings to you each week an economist, financial analyst or business leader who shares their experiences, research interests or ideas. Hear their views on different schools of economic thinking - Chicago, Austrian, Keynesian and Classical, behavioral ...
 
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Prolific Wisdom
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Amazing authors of new business, marketing and behavioral economics books, interviewed by Harvard Alumni. Prolific Wisdom is Harvard Alumni's business book interview group. We interview authors of upcoming business, marketing and behavioral economics books.
 
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Professor Glenn Hubbard is an American economist and academic. He is currently the Dean of the Columbia University Graduate School of Business, where he is also Russell L. Carson Professor of Finance and Economics. On September 13, 2018 he announced that he would not seek another term in his position as Dean after having served out his current ...…
 
Wendy Carlin is Professor of Economics at University College London (UCL), Research Fellow of the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR), London, and Fellow of the European Economic Association. Her research focuses on macroeconomics, institutions and economic performance, and the economics of transition. She is a member of the Expert Advis ...…
 
This is an excerpt from a previous conversation that I had with Professor Stephen Wright but was unreleased at the time. We felt it appropriate that it should be released at a time if I ever spoke to Professor Wendy Carlin. This day is coming and now this part of my conversation with Stephen can be released. Check out the links over at www.econ ...…
 
This is a reflection on some episodes from 2018. The themes I have chosen looks at growing up in the Great Depression and what to expect in the future with AR and AI, as well as Institutions, Individualism, Cooperation and Reciprocity. Featured episodes are: 123 Vernon Smith on his early childhood years during the Great Depression and how they ...…
 
Best of 2018 Part 1 Excerpts from the following episodes feature in this 'Best of 2018 Part1'. 170 Jim Rogers on opportunities in Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Venezuela and North Korea 139 Loretta Napoleoni North Korea growth prospects and how they can position themselves in the world economy 155 Lotta Moberg Refugee Cities and SEZs 167 James Kennet ...…
 
Jim Rogers is an American businessman and financial commentator based in Singapore. He is the Chairman of Rogers Holdings and Beeland Interests, Inc. In 1973, Jim co-founded of the Quantum Fund with George Soros and having retired at the age of 37, Jim spent some of his time traveling on a motorcycle around the world - a Guinness World Record a ...…
 
Jennifer Murtazashvili is professor and director of the International Development Program at the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs at the University of Pittsburgh. Her research explores questions of governance, public administration, and local institutions with a geographical focus on Central and South Asia and the former Sovi ...…
 
Dr. Harry Markowitz is the principal of Markowitz Company, and an adjunct professor at the Rady School of Management, UCSD. Harry has applied computer and mathematical techniques to various practical decision making areas. In recognition of his work, Harry received the 1989 Von Neumann Award from the Operations Research Society of America for h ...…
 
James Kenneth Galbraith is the Lloyd M. Bentsen Jr. Chair in Government/Business Relations and Professor of Government at Lyndon B. Johnson School of Business Affairs at The University of Texas at Austin. He directs the University of Texas Inequality Project and is a managing editor of Structural Change and Economic Dynamics. In 2014 he was co- ...…
 
In this episode with Naomi Brockwell, we discuss bitcoin, blockchain and initial coin offerings (ICOs). This is our second conversation - 4 years on from our first back in 2014. Check out the links at www.economicrockstar.com/naomi Support the podcast at www.patreon.com/economicrockstar Enjoy!
 
Stephen Wright is Professor of Economics at Birkbeck College, University of London, UK. Previously Professor Wright worked at the Bank of England and Cambridge University. He is co-author of 'Valuing Wall Street: Protecting Wealth in Turbulent Times' - an informative book published in 2000 warning of the high valuation placed on stocks at that ...…
 
Nicholas Gruen is CEO of Lateral Economics and is a widely published policy economist, entrepreneur and commentator. In this episode Professor Gruen discusses the need for reform in economics at both academic and policy level. He also explains the importance of information and how information is poorly managed at the central planning stage but ...…
 
Kevin Kelly is cofounder of Wired Magazine and former editor of The Whole Earth Review. He is considered a futurist and has written a number of books identifying technological trends and innovations, including his most recent book The Inevitable: Understanding the 12 Technological Forces That Will Shape Our Future. Check out the episode at www. ...…
 
In this episode Jennifer Burns, Associate Professor of History and Research Fellow of Stanford's Hoover Institution, explores the life and work of Ayn Rand. Jennifer's book Goddess of the Market: Ayn Rand and the American Right was featured in this episode and is available at all leading bookstores. Check out the links at www.economicrockstar.c ...…
 
Tyler Cowen is Holbert L. Harris Chair of Economics at George Mason University and serves as chairman and general director of the Mercatus Center at George Mason University. He is coauthor of the popular economics blog Marginal Revolution and cofounder of the online educational platform Marginal Revolution University. His latest book 'Stubborn ...…
 
Tyler Cowen is Holbert L. Harris Chair of Economics at George Mason University and serves as chairman and general director of the Mercatus Center at George Mason University. He is coauthor of the popular economics blog Marginal Revolution and cofounder of the online educational platform Marginal Revolution University. His latest book 'Stubborn ...…
 
Arjo Klamer is Professor of Cultural Economics at the Erasmus University Rotterdam in the Netherlands. His recent book 'Doing the Right Thing: a Value Based Approach' looks at the human perspective in the economy and the firm. It focuses on the most important goods such as families, homes, communities, knowledge and art. It places economic proc ...…
 
This is a rebroadcast of a conversation I had with professor Diane Coyle. It first featured as episode 69 on 21 January 2016. Check out www.economicrockstar.com/dianecoyle for all links, books and resources mentioned in this episode. Support the podcast on Patreon for as little as $1 per month over at www.patreon.com/economicrockstar…
 
This is a rebroadcast of my conversation with Professor Robin Hanson of George Mason University. Robin discusses his book the Age of Em and I decided to rebroadcast this after listening to The Joe Rogan Experience with Elon Musk. Check out the show notes page at www.economicrockstar.com/robinhanson Support the show at www.patreon.com/economicro ...…
 
François Allisson is a scholar in history of economic thought and a senior lecturer at the Centre Walras-Pareto at the University of Lausanne in Switzerland. His research interests encompass the whole history of Russian economic thought, with a special emphasis on the theories of value and prices at the end of the imperial period and the beginn ...…
 
Peter Boettke of George Mason University joins me once again on the podcast. He discusses the Hayekian principles laid out in his new book "F. A. Hayek: Economics, Political Economy and Social Philosophy". Check out the links at www.economicrockstar.com/hayekeconomics Support the show on Patreon at www.patreon.com/economicrockstar…
 
Lotta Moberg is a Macroeconomic Analyst for William Blair’s Dynamic Allocation Strategies (DAS) team. She has a Ph.D. in Economics from George Mason University and earned her BA in Economics from Lund University (Sweden). Prior to joining the DAS team, Lotta worked in Russia for the Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs and in Kosovo for the Swe ...…
 
Pat Holt is a computer engineer, a comic book geek and a born-again economics lover. Pat reached out to Brian O'Roark after listening to episode 116 of this podcast and after a while, he contributed a chapter to the book 'Superheroes and Economics: The Shadowy World of Capes, Masks and Invisible Hands' edited by Rob Salkowitz and Brian. Listen ...…
 
I catch up once again with Sarah Skwire and Steve Horwitz but this episode is a little different and was inspired by my previous conversation with Sarah back in episode 129. We chat about their approach to writing, their habits and struggles that they deal with as well as any tips and advice that they can share with us. Check out the show notes ...…
 
This is a 3rd instalment of my interviews with Professor David Kyle Johnson, an Associate Professor of Philosophy at King’s College in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. We catch up again after watching the 1973 dystopian movie 'Soylent Green' and discuss some economics and philosophical themes that run through the movie. I hope you enjoy this one. Ma ...…
 
This is a continuation of my conversation with Professor David Kyle Johnson from Episode 146. Here we talk about some economic themes present in the 1970s movie Soylent Green and more. Show notes at www.economicrockstar.com/episode151 Support the show for as little as $1 per month at www.patreon.com/economicrockstar Thanks again for your contin ...…
 
Chris Blattman is the Ramalee E. Pearson Professor of Global Conflict Studies at The University of Chicago’s Pearson Institute and Harris Public Policy. He is an economist and political scientist who studies poverty, violence and crime in developing countries. Chris has designed and evaluated strategies for tackling poverty, including cash tran ...…
 
Soumaya Keynes is the economics and trade correspondent at The Economist. She writes for the print edition and the Free Exchange blog. Before joining The Economist Soumaya did research on the public finances and pensions at the Institute for Fiscal Studies, an economic research institute. Before that Soumaya worked in the Banking and Credit tea ...…
 
Tom W. Bell earned his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Chicago in 1993, then practiced law in Silicon Valley and Washington, D.C. before serving as a policy director at the Cato Institute. In 1998, he joined the faculty of Chapman University, Fowler School of Law, where he teaches all of the first-year common law courses and elective ...…
 
Ngaio Hotte is a Ph.D candidate at the University of British Columbia. Her research title is ‘How can trust be built among parties engaged in collaborative natural resource governance?’ and she draws influence from the work of the only female Nobel laureate in economics, Elinor Ostrom. Ngaio’s Research Interests include trust, government-to-gov ...…
 
Dr. David Kyle Johnson is Associate Professor of Philosophy at King’s College in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. He earned a master’s degree and doctorate in philosophy from the University of Oklahoma. At Oklahoma, he won the coveted Kenneth Merrill Graduate Teaching Award. In 2011, the American Philosophical Association’s committee on public philo ...…
 
Marie Mora is professor of economics at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. Professor Mora serves as director of the National Science Foundation-funded American Economic Association Mentoring Program and has served on the board of the American Economic Association’s Committee on the Status of Minority Groups in the Economics Profession. ...…
 
Donald Boudreaux is an American economist, author, professor, and co-director of the Program on the American Economy and Globalization at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. He is the author of the 2007 and 2012 books Globalization and Hypocrites and Half-Wits, respectively. He contributes a column twice a month ...…
 
Mike Melissinos began his research into investing philosophy while working as a junior analyst at Bear Stearns and J.P. Morgan. Both the collapse of Bear and the Financial Crisis, in general, were eye-opening experiences and motivated him to launch his own investment firm – namely, to offer a better way to protect capital while still being able ...…
 
Niels Kaastrup-Larsen is Managing Director (Europe) of Dunn Capital. He is the founder and host of the podcast Top Traders Unplugged and also hosts the CME Group's podcast Managed Futures. Check out all the links, books and resources mentioned in this episode at www.economicrockstar.com/niels2 Check out www.patreon.com/economicrockstar for ways ...…
 
Dan Hamermesh discusses his current work and his forthcoming book 'Spending Time' which explores the allocation and the use of time by gender, by region, by country and by economic factors. The main focus of this conversation is on the economics of sleep. Check out the links, resources and books mentioned in this episode over on the show notes ...…
 
Tom Goodwin picks up the innovation baton from Clayton Christensen and runs with it into the digital realm. Tom started his career doing marketing development on the 'Who Wants to be a Millionaire' show and went on to work in key roles with marketing agencies TBWA, DeVries, and Havas. He has written for numerous top publications such as Forbes, ...…
 
Michael Covel is an entrepreneur and author of five books on Trend Following as well as host of his podcast Trend Following Radio. His podcast and work on Trend Following can be found on his website www.trendfollowing.com. Check out the all links to this episode at www.economicrockstar.com/michaelcovel. To support the show, please leave an hone ...…
 
Loretta Napoleoni returns to the Economic Rockstar podcast to talk about her work and recent book on North Korea. Loretta is an expert on terrorist financing and money laundering, and advises several governments and international organizations on counter-terrorism. Check out the show notes page at www.economicrockstar.com/lorettanapoleoni or vi ...…
 
Tom Peters is best known for co-writing the hit business book In Search of Excellence in the mid-80s. Now he's back with a compendium of wisdom which brings together the best of his thoughts and his analysis of the wisdom in 100+ business mastery books that he read in the run up to writing The Excellence Dividend. Mark Brooks (www.MarkBrooks.in ...…
 
Rebecca Moryl is Assistant Professor of Economics at Emmanuel College, Boston. In addition to experience as an economist and public policy analyst, Professor Moryl has professional experience in operations management, fundraising management, efficiency evaluation and improvement, and program marketing. Rebecca has served as a professional consu ...…
 
Rakesh Ramachandran in co-founder and CEO of QBRICS, an enterpreise blockchain platform company. Rakesh is self-thought in economics and created QBRICS based on his readings of Austrian economics. He is a long-time listener to the podcast and I'm thrilled to to share this conversation with you. check out the links, books and resources over at t ...…
 
Abby Hall is an Assistant Professor in Economics at the University of Tampa in Tampa, Florida and a Research Fellow with the Independent Institute. She earned her PhD in Economics from George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia in 2015. Her broader research interests include Austrian Economics, Political Economy and Public Choice, and Peace E ...…
 
This is a continuation of my conversation with David Zetland which was pre-released on Patreon. The first part of the conversation can be heard in episode 133.
 
Edward Castronova is professor of Telecommunication and Cognitive Science at Indiana University Bloomington. He pioneered the study of how money, value, and property flow inside online games like Everquest Castronova’s paper Virtual Worlds: A First-Hand Account of Market and Society on the Cyberian Frontier became the most downloaded paper in t ...…
 
David Zetland is an assistant professor at Leiden University College, where he teaches various classes on economics. He received his PhD in Agricultural and Resource Economics from UC Davis in 2008. He has previously featured on Episode 39 on the podcast. Check out the show notes at www.economicrockstar.com/davidzetland2 To support the show for ...…
 
This is part 2 of my conversation with Eric Lonergan, hedge fund manager and author of Money. If you'd like to hear more from Eric, please check out Episode 130 or visit www.economicrockstar.com/podcasts Eric's work can be found at www.pholosophyofmoney.net
 
This episode is about 15 minutes of unreleased material from my conversation with Nobel laureate Professor Vernon Smith. This was recorded in March 2017 and I had made this material available only to Patreon members. If you'd like to support the show, please check out my Patreon page at www.patreon.com/economicrockstar and contribute anything f ...…
 
Eric Lonergan is a macro hedge fund manager, economist, and writer. His most recent book is Money (2nd ed) published by Routledge. He has written for Foreign Affairs, The Financial Times, and The Economist. He also advises governments and policymakers. He first advocated expanding the tools of central banks to including cash transfers to househ ...…
 
Sarah Skwire is a Senior Fellow at Liberty Fund, a non-profit educational foundation, and the co-author of the college writing textbook, Writing with a Thesis, which is in its 12th edition. Sarah has published a range of academic articles on subjects from Shakespeare to zombies and the broken window fallacy, and her work has appeared in journal ...…
 
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