Best economist podcasts we could find (Updated July 2017)
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The Economist: Money talks
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Our editors and correspondents give their authoritative take on the markets, the economy and the world of business. Published every Tuesday on Economist Radio.
 
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The Economist Radio (All audio)
Daily
 
The Economist was founded in 1843 "to throw white light on the subjects within its range". For more from The Economist visit http://shop.economist.com/collections/audio
 
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The Economist: Babbage
Weekly
 
Named after Charles Babbage a 19th-century polymath and grandfather of computing, Babbage is a weekly podcast on science and technology. Host Kenneth Cukier talks to our correspondents about the innovations, discoveries and gadgetry making the news. Published every Wednesday on Economist Radio.
 
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The Economist: Editor's Picks
Daily+
 
Selected articles from the audio edition of The Economist
 
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The Economist: The week ahead
Weekly
 
Editors and correspondents of The Economist discuss the events shaping the world next week, in the studio and in the field. Published on Economist Radio every Friday.
 
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The Economist: Special reports
Monthly
 
In these podcasts, we have conversations with the authors of our special reports which offer listeners in-depth, forward-looking analysis of a particular topic
 
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The Economist: Editor's Picks
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The Economist
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The Economist: Full edition
Weekly
 
 
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The Economist asks
Weekly
 
One question posed to a high-profile newsmaker, followed up with lively debate. Anne McElvoy hosts The Economist's chat show. Published every Thursday on Economist Radio.
 
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The Economist: Culture
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The Economist: Tasting menu
Weekly
 
A selection of the tastiest morsels from The Economist's print edition - offering a pithy selection of our articles, audio and readers' feedback. Published every Monday on Economist Radio.
 
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Renegade Economists
Weekly
 
To reforming economics as an interpretation of reality, rather than a diversion play for monopolists.
 
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The Cycle Economist Podcast
Rare
 
The Charles Nenner Research Center presents The Cycle Economist podcast hosted by David Gurwitz
 
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The Economist: Doing business in
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The Economist: All audio podcasts
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The Economist: Full edition
Weekly
 
 
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Special Relationship, from The Economist and Mic
 
Special Relationship is a podcast collaboration that examines the US presidential election from the characteristic perspectives of two leading news organizations. Hosted by The Economist’s John Prideaux and Mic’s Celeste Katz, Special Relationship grapples with the major themes and issues in a campaign that has been anything but predictable. Each episode is a conversation, fusing deep dives into specific themes with broader perspectives provided by global and historical comparisons from both ...
 
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WAC: Global I.Q. with The Economist
 
Global I.Q. Audiocast recordings including interviews with The Economist journalists and experts on world politics, business, finance, economics, science, technology, culture and the arts.
 
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The Economist: Full edition
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The Economist: Your podcast selection
 
 
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The Economist Radio (All audio)
 
The Economist was founded in 1843 "to throw white light on the subjects within its range". For more from The Economist visit http://shop.economist.com/collections/audio
 
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The Economist: Full edition
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The Economist
Daily
 
Audio content from The Economist magazine, including interviews with journalists and experts on world politics, business, finance, economics, science, technology, culture and the arts.
 
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The Economist: A word with
Weekly
 
Regular conversations with the prominent and the interesting
 
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The Economist: Money talks
Weekly
 
Our editors and correspondents give their authoritative take on the markets, the economy and the world of business. Published every Tuesday on Economist Radio.
 
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Economist, New Yorker, Documentary, Spy
 
Two Johns discuss articles from the titular weeklies and other periodicals, streaming docs, current albums of note, and short novels chosen using internal metrics.
 
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The Economist: Editor's Picks
 
Selected articles from the audio edition of The Economist
 
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The Economist: Full edition
Weekly
 
 
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The Economist: Full edition
Weekly
 
 
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The Economist: Babbage
Monthly+
 
Our correspondents discuss the latest news in the world of technology.
 
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Great Economists (Audio)
Monthly
 
This is the audio from the Marginal Revolution University video course on the Great Economists taught by professors Tyler Cowen and Alex Tabarrok. In this course, you’ll find answers to questions like: Who were the first economic thinkers? What did early economists understand that has been lost to the modern world? You’ll also find a chapter-by-chapter overview of Adam Smith’s foundational work, The Wealth of Nations. For more econ knowledge, visit mruniversity.com
 
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The Wandering Economist
Monthly
 
The Wandering Economist scours the globe to bring you the answers to those important questions relating to the economy and monetary governance. Whether your question is of local interest or about the World Bank, he is here to help. Direct your questions to him at TenMinuteLessons.comThis Podcast was created using www.talkshoe.com
 
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The Economist: Special reports
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The Economist: The week ahead
Weekly
 
Editors and correspondents of The Economist discuss the events shaping the world next week, in the studio and in the field. Published on Economist Radio every Friday.
 
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The Economist Radio (All audio)
Daily
 
The Economist was founded in 1843 "to throw white light on the subjects within its range".For more from The Economist visit http://shop.economist.com/collections/audio
 
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The Economist: Culture
Rare
 
 
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The Economist: Babbage
Weekly
 
Named after Charles Babbage a 19th-century polymath and grandfather of computing, Babbage is a weekly podcast on science and technology. Host Kenneth Cukier talks to our correspondents about the innovations, discoveries and gadgetry making the news. Published every Wednesday on Economist Radio.
 
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The Incidental Economist Podcast
 
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Indivisible
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Indivisible is public radio’s national conversation about America in a time of change.
 
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Cycle Economist
Monthly+
 
Where the world cycle comes from, what cycles are, how we use them.How cycles charts are created. Examples of market cycles in action.
 
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The Economist: Full edition
Weekly
 
 
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The Economist asks
Weekly
 
One question posed to a high-profile newsmaker, followed up with lively debate. Anne McElvoy hosts The Economist's chat show. Published every Thursday on Economist Radio.
 
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The Economist: Full edition
Weekly
 
 
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The Economist: Full edition
Weekly
 
 
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The Economist: Full edition
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The Economist: Full edition
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The Economist: Full edition
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The Economist: Full edition
Weekly
 
 
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The Economist: All audio
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The International Monetary Fund has lowered its forecast for economic growth in Britain this year. In an update of its assessment of the World Economic Outlook, the IMF now predicts growth in the UK this year of 1.7 per cent, down from their previous forecast of 2 per cent.Maurice Obstfeld, chief economist at the IMF, says their projections are ...…
 
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Rod Arquette Show
 
Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown - Thursday, July 20, 20174:20 pm: Jason Curry of the Utah Division of Forestry, Fire and State Lands joins Rod for an update on the progress of the Brian Head fire, and describe the costs of the fire going forward4:35 pm: Utah Department of Public Safety Commissioner Keith Squires joins the show to discuss the pr ...…
 
In Paris, 25 senior economists and public officials from about two dozen countries recently met behind closed doors to talk about how the world economy is doing. One of them: Diane Swonk from DS Economics. She shared some good news (the rest of the world seems to be doing better) and bad news (these gains have caused negative undercurrents in p ...…
 
In Paris, 25 senior economists and public officials from about two dozen countries recently met behind closed doors to talk about how the world economy is doing. One of them: Diane Swonk from DS Economics. She shared some good news (the rest of the world seems to be doing better) and bad news (these gains have caused negative undercurrents in p ...…
 
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Waffles Friends Work
 
On this solo episode, Kathryn and Emma discuss season 2, episode 23 “Master Plan”. We talk about how difficult it can be to demonstrate impact, whether Leslie is prepared to make harsh decisions, and what dynamic the two new characters, Ben and Chris, will bring to the show. We also add Elinor Ostrom, political economist, first female Nobel Lau ...…
 
Amazon prohibits employees from exchanging casual remarks while on duty, calling this “time theft.” Apple inspects the personal belongings of its retail workers, some of whom lose up to a half-hour of unpaid time every day as they wait in line to be searched. Tyson prevents its poultry workers from using the bathroom Libertarian and neoliberal ...…
 
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The Future Is A Mixtape
 
On this episode, Jesse & Matt discuss the third most important element of The Golden Square which is so simple and obvious, that it’s remarkable this idea is even contested as a human right in the Yankee-lands of Ol’ Red, White and Blue: the absolute right to healthcare for every human being on Earth. Matthew will provide a surprising prologue ...…
 
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Made in Germany: The Business Magazine
 
Economist Clemens Fuest discusses prospects for the German auto industry in light of the trend from gas and diesel to electricity. Will it remain competitive? What would a nationwide ban on diesel mean for jobs in Germany?
 
Michael Knox explains the real neutral interest rate for the Federal Reserve Bank and the RBA. We look at the history of Fed rate cuts since the 1980s and why quantitative easing will be necessary again.
 
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WashingTECH Tech Policy Podcast with Joe Miller
 
Philanthropists in Silicon Valley Want Your Ideas The provincial Silicon Valley that was loathe to step outside of Northern California is practically ancient history. An industry that once shunned Washington, D.C.'s buttoned-up bureaucrats now leads in lobbying and campaign contributions. Increasingly, philanthropists in Silicon Valley are maki ...…
 
Economist Tyler Cowen is disdainful of social media, heartened by recent immigrants, and wary of pot. He thinks that, in our collective desire for comfort, we are postponing big and necessary changes that will sow instability in the years ahead. “Right now Americans are failing to regenerate sources of future progress,” Cowen writes, “and thus ...…
 
Economist Tyler Cowen is disdainful of social media, heartened by recent immigrants, and wary of pot. He thinks that, in our collective desire for comfort, we are postponing big and necessary changes that will sow instability in the years ahead. “Right now Americans are failing to regenerate sources of future progress,” Cowen writes, “and thus ...…
 
Inland Empire Chief Economist John Husing and KVCR's Ken Vincent continue their discussion about the strengths and weaknesses of the Inland Empire economy compared to the Southern California coastal communities, in the pursuit of regional growth, more higher-paying jobs, and a better quality of life. In this segment, Dr. Husing focuses on the d ...…
 
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The Economist Radio (All audio)
 
Brazil’s rigid labour market regulations were transplanted wholesale from Benito Mussolini’s Italy back in 1943. Now President Michel Temer has approved an overhaul. Will it encourage job creation? Also, an exorcist in Paris fighting “bad spirits”. And why President Trump is playing hardball in renegotiating NAFTA. Hosted by Andrew Palmer.…
 
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The Laura Ingraham Show Podcast
 
Guest Host John Hinderaker welcomes Economist Steve Moore and Congresswoman Nan Hayworth.By info@podcastone.com.
 
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RTÉ - Today with Sean O'Rourke
 
Dan O’Brien, Chief Economist with the Institute of International and European Affairs and Dr Mary Murphy, Lecturer in Irish Politics and Society at the National University of Ireland, Maynooth joined Sean O'Rourke to delve into the merits or otherwise of Kevin 'Boxer' Moran's Bill, and how the problem of repossessions should be tackled.…
 
Transition Towns founder Rob Hopkins describes the late historian and green economist David Fleming as “one of the most original, brilliant, urgently-needed, under-rated and ahead-of-his-time thinkers of the last 50 years.” Fleming thought the globalised market economy would, in the not too distant future, begin to fail as it faces limits to gr ...…
 
Transition Towns founder Rob Hopkins describes the late historian and green economist David Fleming as “one of the most original, brilliant, urgently-needed, under-rated and ahead-of-his-time thinkers of the last 50 years.” Fleming thought the globalised market economy would, in the not too distant future, begin to fail as it faces limits to gr ...…
 
Transition Towns founder Rob Hopkins describes the late historian and green economist David Fleming as “one of the most original, brilliant, urgently-needed, under-rated and ahead-of-his-time thinkers of the last 50 years.” Fleming thought the globalised market economy would, in the not too distant future, begin to fail as it faces limits to gr ...…
 
Published on 05 Jul 2017. Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Chris Anderson, a co-founder and CEO of 3D Robotics, and the founder of DIY Drones. He was with the Economist for seven years before joining WIRED magazine as the editor-in chief. Anderson tells Ritholtz that the dot-com collapse masked the organic growth of the intern ...…
 
Marios Maratheftis, Managing Director and Chief Economist of Global Research of Standard Chartered Bank, gives us the economic views for Q2.
 
Tweet Episode 06 of Colton Court will feature a conversation with Joel Maxcy, Associate Professor & Head of Sports Management at Drexel University, as well as the President of the International Association of Sports Economists (IASE). We will also speak with Jim Monos, former Director of Player Personnel for the Buffalo Bills, as well as discus ...…
 
...it’s a Larry Kudlow Monday!! The former Ronald Reagan economist, CNBC contributor, and syndicated radio host weighs in on money, politics, tax reform-- and more! Hear from Larry's guests who are truly movers and shakers in Washington. Lots to cover! You won't want to miss today's show!!
 
In the wake of the recent passage of the state bill to regulate work schedules and provide workers with reasonable notice, Bill Resnick talks with economist Mary King, co-author of the report on The Impact on Oregonians of the Rise of Irregular Scheduling. image by C...
 
Frann Michel hosts this episode, which includes these segments:Bill Resnick talks with economist Mary King about irregular work schedules.Book Mole Larry Bowlden reviews The Snow Child by Eowyn Ivey.Joe & Raisa share a profile of punk musician Poly StyreneDesiree He...
 
Dr. Arthur Laffer, world-renowned economist, father of supply-side economics, and advisor to President Ronald Reagan, joins us for a unique conversation on what makes an economy thrive and what makes it dive. He also shares his memories of the late president and what you, as a business owner, can do to prosper. Host Ken Coleman also answers you ...…
 
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The Extraordinary Business Book Club
 
Pure gold from the last nine episodes of The Extraordinary Business Book Club - insights, ideas and inspiration from some of the world's leading writers and some who've just begun the journey. Hear from: Christian Madsbjerg (Sensemaking) on creativity Roman Krznaric (Carpe Diem) on an innovative way to use your book's content Bernadette Jiwa (H ...…
 
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John and Garry Podcast
 
John Stanley and Garry Linnell talk to Dr Andrew Wilson, senior economist at Domain.
 
By Ivette Feliciano IVETTE FELICIANO: Along the streets of San Juan, Puerto Rico, graffiti reading “No more abuse” and “Fascism in Puerto Rico” are a window into the unrest sparked by the largest financial crisis in the island’s history. Since January, thousands have protested austerity measures and cuts to public services imposed on this U.S. ...…
 
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NPR Programs: Weekend Edition Sunday : NPR
 
The number of teens working summer jobs is down sharply from a generation ago. But economists say don't blame today's youth for being lazy.
 
The number of teens working summer jobs is down sharply from a generation ago. But economists say don't blame today's youth for being lazy.
 
https://dts.podtrac.com/redirect.mp3/alienfamiliar.files.wordpress.com/2017/07/afp-episode-12-are-games-making-people-lazy.mp3 Download the episode here In this episode, we mostly stray from giving advice about RPGs and talk about this article in particular, but also reference some things from here. We also delve into some of our private sociop ...…
 
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NPR Programs: Weekend Edition Sunday (in order aired)
 
The number of teens working summer jobs is down sharply from a generation ago. But economists say don't blame today's youth for being lazy.
 
The thermometer has been climbing and the weather can be stifling at times, but recent news about rising global temperatures has been positively chilling. This week, it was widely reported that a massive iceberg broke off from its shelf in Antarctica. So for this week’s Bonus Weekend Podcast, we are revisiting three stories about global warming ...…
 
The thermometer has been climbing and the weather can be stifling at times, but recent news about rising global temperatures has been positively chilling. This week, it was widely reported that a massive iceberg broke off from its shelf in Antarctica. So for this week’s Bonus Weekend Podcast, we are revisiting three stories about global warming ...…
 
The thermometer has been climbing and the weather can be stifling at times, but recent news about rising global temperatures has been positively chilling. This week, it was widely reported that a massive iceberg broke off from its shelf in Antarctica. So for this week’s Bonus Weekend Podcast, we are revisiting three stories about global warming ...…
 
The thermometer has been climbing and the weather can be stifling at times, but recent news about rising global temperatures has been positively chilling. This week, it was widely reported that a massive iceberg broke off from its shelf in Antarctica. So for this week’s Bonus Weekend Podcast, we are revisiting three stories about global warming ...…
 
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