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Elsevier's Otolaryngologic Clinics Podcast, hosted by Consulting Editor Sujana S. Chandrasekhar, features in-depth discussions and commentary on the articles in each issue by the guest editors themselves. Articles can be accessed on the following platforms: theclinics.com, sciencedirect.com, and ClinicalKey.com. For subscription info visit: info.theclinics.com
 
Elsevier's Emergency Medicine Clinics podcast features in-depth discussions and commentary on the articles in each issue by the guest editors themselves. Each issue of Emergency Medicine Clinics features clinical review articles focused on a central topic. Articles can be accessed within the following platforms: emed.theclinics.com, sciencedirect.com, and clinicalkey.com. For subscription info visit: info.theclinics.com.
 
Elsevier's Clinics Review Articles podcast features in-depth discussions and commentary on the articles in each issue by the guest editors themselves. Each Clinics Review Articles Podcast highlights a recent issue from one of our nearly 60 Clinics titles covering all medical specialties. Articles can be accessed on the following platforms: theclinics.com, sciencedirect.com, and ClinicalKey.com. For subscription info visit: info.theclinics.com
 
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The Journal podcasts take you on a tour of hot topics in the world of food and nutrition. Each podcast provides insightful interviews and commentary from authors and nutrition experts on featuredJournal articles and topics that are at the forefront of dietetics research and practice, public nutrition policy, and consumer advice.Views and opinions expressed in these podcasts are those of the participants and do not necessarily reflect the views, opinions, or policies of the Academy of Nutriti ...
 
The Home Health Care podcast series by Elsevier provides home health care nurses and other clinicians quick and concise skills information. Each episode will focus on one skill found in the Elsevier Home Health Care product.Elsevier Home Health Care provides access to the information home health care nurses and other clinicians need most, including evidence-based content developed specifically for home care, drug information and patient education appropriate for home care. Combined with powe ...
 
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The ChapmanCG Global HR Interview is a compilation of discussions with some of the world’s foremost HR and Talent leaders. Join our CEO, Matt Chapman, and other senior members of the ChapmanCG team, as we interview the people who are influencing and changing the HR profession around the world. ChapmanCG is an international executive search firm dedicated to the Human Resources profession. We partner with CEOs to appoint their global Heads of HR, and also work with CHROs to build their HR tea ...
 
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Malaria Nexus - A major hub for scientists working in all aspects of malaria research. In our series of talks Andrew Richford interviews key opinion leaders working with Malaria. All interviews featured on www.malarianexus.com that are older than 3 months, can be found in the Malaria Nexus Podcast Channel on iTunes. Register for free on www.malarianexus.com to get alerted when new podcasts are out!
 
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Biologic Therapy in Rheumatoid Arthritis: Pioneers in Research, is a monthly series of podcasts featuring interviews with today's giants in rheumatology sponsored by Schering-Plough Corporation. In this series brought to you by Rheumatology News International, you will hear some of the greatest scientists in rheumatology describe the exploration of what was then uncharted medical territory. Their words will bring alive the journey of discovery that placed them in the annals of history's grea ...
 
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If you’re a B2B marketing executive, you won't want to miss a single amazing episode of WRMR – Power Talk Radio for Revenue Marketing™ Leaders. What makes it so special? YOU! Twice a month Debbie Qaqish interviews marketing executives, just like you, who are in the process of transforming marketing from a cost center to a revenue center. This is hard work; and the stories, experiences and insights shared by these innovative marketing leaders will help you guide your own transformation. Disco ...
 
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This edition of the Otolaryngologic Clinics Podcast features discussion on the August 2017 issue of Otolaryngologic Clinics on Multidisciplinary Approach to Head and Neck Cancer. Issue Guest Editor Dr. Maie A. St. John breaks down the article topics with series Consulting Editor Dr. Sujana S. Chandrasekhar. Articles available at: http://bit.ly/ ...…
 
How can we define comparative education? That question has long vexed scholars in the field. My guest today is Angela Little, who has spent her entire career in comparative education and has wrestled with this very question. Angela argues that it is best to define the field through shared action rather than agreed-upon definitions and talks abo ...…
 
We spoke with the author Aleksandr V. Gevorkyan. His book Transition Economies: Transformation, Development, and Society in Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union (Routledge, 2018) is a very interesting contribution to the understanding of Soviet economies and their transition, or transformation, as Aleksandr argues. In his book he also dis ...…
 
McKenzie Wark’s new book offers 21 focused studies of thinkers working in a wide range of fields who are worth your attention. The chapters of General Intellects: Twenty-One Thinkers for the Twenty-First Century (Verso, 2017) introduce readers to important work in Anglophone cultural studies, psychoanalysis, political theory, media theory, spec ...…
 
Few who have visited India in the past two decades will have failed to noticed the sudden and spectacular urban transformation that has taken place in many of its cities. Gated residential complexes with tennis courts and indoor gyms, glitzy office buildings, gleaming five-star hotels, and of course air-conditioned malls have become ubiquitous ...…
 
Is there a worldwide learning crisis today? My guest, Keith Lewin, argues that the real issue in much of international education development has to do with financing. In our conversation, we discuss aid to education and the ways in which the Sustainable Development Goals don't take the idea of sustainability seriously. Keith Lewin is an Emeritu ...…
 
Is microfinance the magic bullet that will end global poverty or is it yet another a form of predatory lending to the poor? In her new book Financializing Poverty: Labor and Risk in Indian Microfinance (Stanford University Press, 2018), Sohini Kar brings ethnography to bear on this urgent question. Drawing on fieldwork with a for-profit microfi ...…
 
Today we look at the power of Participatory Action Research in public science. My guest is Michelle Fine. In the 1990s, she worked on a study called Changing Minds, which looked at the impact of college in a maximum-security prison. The research team comprised of women in and outside of prison. For Michelle, participatory action research plays ...…
 
The next generation of talent management processes are attractive and fit for use for the company, HR team and, most importantly, all leaders, employees and types of talent. Dagmar Pithan, VP Global Talent Management at Deutsche Telekom, speaks with ChapmanCG's Dr Frieder Rummel about overhauling their talent management processes and creating a ...…
 
In Patent Politics: Life Forms, Markets, and the Public Interest in the United States and Europe (University of Chicago Press, 2017), Shobita Parthasarathy takes us through a thirty year history of the legal debates around patents. This is an understudied area of STS that Parthasarathy carefully navigates in order to understand how knowledge pr ...…
 
Why is housing so expensive in so many cities, and what can be done about it? Join us as we speak with long-time San Francisco housing activist Randy Shaw about his book Generation Priced Out: Who Gets to Live in the New Urban America? (University of California Press, 2018). In it, he lays out the causes and consequences of the affordability cr ...…
 
Pretty much everyone knows that the American healthcare system is, well, very inefficient. We don’t, so critics say, get as much healthcare bang for our buck as we should. According to Bryan Caplan, however, the American educational system–higher education in particular–is much, much worse. In The Case against Education: Why the Education Syste ...…
 
Today we bring you a special episode of FreshEd. With me is Manos Antoninis, the Director of the Global Education Monitoring Report, which was just released. Each year, UNESCO publishes an editorially-independent Global Education Monitoring report to monitor the progress towards the education targets in the Sustainable Development Goals. This y ...…
 
Today I continue my two-part conversation with Justin Driver, the author of the new book, The Schoolhouse Gate: Public Education, the Supreme Court, and the Battle for the American Mind.In today’s episode Justin recounts his biography from growing up in Washington DC to clerking for two Supreme Court justices. Justin takes us through some of th ...…
 
Do constitutional rights stop at the schoolhouse gate? Are American students, in other words, granted the freedom and protections outlined in the US constitution? This question doesn’t have an easy answer.My guest for the next two episodes is Justin Driver. In his new book, The Schoolhouse Gate: Public Education, the Supreme Court, and the Batt ...…
 
In the era of #MeToo, Brett Kavanaugh, and Donald Trump, masculinity and the harmful effects that follow certain versions of masculinity have become national conversations. Now, like many other times throughout American history, people are asking “what’s wrong with men?” Some men, however, are not widely talked about. In his new book Man Out: M ...…
 
Nine public service employees are suing Navient, the student debt service provider, for providing misleading and inaccurate information. They allege that Navient engaged in predatory lending, more interested in turning a profit than finding them the best repayment plan.My guest today is Randi Weingarten, president of the American Federation of ...…
 
The vast chasm between classical economics and the humanities is widely known and accepted. They are profoundly different disciplines with little to say to one another. Such is the accepted wisdom. Fortunately, Professors Gary Saul Morson and Morton Schapiro, both of Northwestern University, disagree. In their new book, Cents and Sensibility: W ...…
 
The familiar narrative of American business development begins in the industrial North, where paternalistic factory owners, committed to a kind of Protestant ethic, scaled up their operations into ‘total institutions’—an effort to forestall labor turnover by providing housing and fulfilling community needs. Many of these firms were, of course, ...…
 
When we hear about the “future of work” today we tend to think about different forms of automation and artificial intelligence—technological innovations that will make some jobs easier and others obsolete while (hopefully) creating new ones we cannot yet foresee, and never could have. But perhaps this future isn’t so incomprehensible. Perhaps i ...…
 
Today we explore the feminist movement in China. My guest is Leta Hong Fincher, an award-winning journalist and scholar.Leta argues that the jailing of the Feminist Five in 2015 was a turning point for the movement.Leta Hong Fincher recently published the book, Betraying Big Brother: The Feminist Awakening in China, published by Verso (2018).ww ...…
 
Today we talked with Ching Kwan Lee, professor of sociology at the University of California, Los Angeles. She has just published The Specter of Global China: Politics, Labor, and Foreign Investment in Africa (University of Chicago Press, 2018), an amazing new book based on her field study in Africa where she investigated the Chinese investments ...…
 
Earlier this year, we heard from Suzanne Mettler and her book on the politics of policies hidden from view. Mettler explained that most Americans are benefiting from numerous public policies, but often fail to notice it because participation is hidden in the tax code. This leads to a disconnect between many citizens and the government. This wee ...…
 
Today we spoke with with Dirk H. Ehnts to talk about his new book Modern Monetary Theory and European Macroeconomics (Routledge, 2017). This is a very accessible text for those interested in discovering how monetary policy works and those interested in approaching the debate on the challenges of the Euro area. We talked about the notions of end ...…
 
In this episode, guest host Amber Joy chats with Courtney Bell, a high school teacher in North Minneapolis who was a candidate for the 2018 Minnesota Teacher of the Year Award. In a recent article by the Star Tribune, Bell talks about her work teaching sociology to high school students in North Minneapolis. Bell discusses how she encourages her ...…
 
Today marks the 3rd anniversary of FreshEd. To celebrate, we are going to air our first ever FreshEd Live event where Saskia Sassen joined me for a conversation about her life and work. Saskia Sassen is a professor at Columbia University. In 1991, she published the now classic book called The Global City where she chronicled how New York, Londo ...…
 
Many universities worldwide hope to internationalize and push faculty to produce knowledge across disciplines. That’s easier said than done.My guest today, Angela Last, looks at these university fads and finds difficult ethical dilemmas that scholars must overcome.Angela Last is Lecturer in Human Geography at the University of Leicester. Angela ...…
 
If you are tired of reading the same, Washington-based, consensus, ‘realist’ and or ‘neo-conservative’, critiques of American foreign policy, here is something to salivate on: Jeffrey D. Sachs’, A New Foreign Policy: Beyond American Exceptionalism (Columbia University Press, 2018). By turns, noted author Jeffrey Sachs’ book is unorthodox, icono ...…
 
This edition of the Emergency Medicine Clinics podcast features discussion on the May 2018 issue onPediatric Emergency Medicine. Guest editors, Drs. Sean M. Fox and Dale P. Woolridge, dissect the articles and offer key points and issue highlights.
 
Many listeners probably use LinkedIn. That’s the social media website aimed at connecting employers with employees. My guest today, Janja Komljenovic, researches the ways in which LinkedIn is shaped by and shaping higher education. Janja argues that LinkedIn furthers the employability mandate in universities.Janja Komljenovic is a lecturer of h ...…
 
In his new book, The Fourth Age: Smart Robots, Conscious Computers, and the Future of Humanity (Simon & Schuster, 2018), futurist, technologist, and CEO of Gigaom, Byron Reese makes the case that technology has reshaped humanity just three times in history: 100,000 years ago, we harnessed fire, which led to language; 10,000 years ago, we develo ...…
 
The 1973 oil crisis was an event of world-historic proportions, but the stories we tell about it often center the Global North. For instance, the first images that probably come to mind are of the long gas-station queues of Americans in their cars waiting to fill up at the height of the oil shortage. Christopher Dietrich, in his new book, Oil R ...…
 
We met with Prof. Ulrich Witt to discuss his recent book (co-edited with Andreas Chai), Understanding Economic Change, Advances in Evolutionary Economics (Cambridge University Press, 2018). This collection of essays is divided into five parts: Part I (Introduction), Part II (Conceptual and Methodological Problems), Part III (Perspectives on Evo ...…
 
Today we discuss education, gender and sexual health. My guest, Marni Sommer, has helped develop puberty books for girls and boys in low-income countries. To date, these books have been developed in seven countries, with almost two million copies distributed to girls and boys.Marni Sommer is an Associate Professor of Sociomedical Sciences at th ...…
 
Dr. Giulio Ongaro, currently a postdoctoral fellow in the Economics Department at the University of Milan-Bicocca has just published Peasants and Soldiers: The Management of the Venetian Military Structure in the Mainland Dominion between the 16th and 17th Centuries (Routledge, 2017), a fascinating study of the early modern Venetian military. R ...…
 
In his engaging and original book The Wisdom of Finance: Discovering Humanity in the World of Risk and Return (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2017), Harvard Professor Mihir A. Desai takes on the daunting task of explaining the world of finance through the prism of the humanities, yes the humanities. Using stories from literature, film, music, popul ...…
 
Today we interrogate the idea of creativity. My guest, Oli Mould, says 21st Century capitalism has redefined creativity from being a power to create something from nothing to the ability to create new products for markets. Creativity, in other words, feeds capitalism’s own growth.Students and workers alike are told they must be entrepreneurial ...…
 
Mohit Misra, VP Global Head of Talent Management, Acquisition, OD and Diversity at The Chemours Company, shares the key elements of transforming employee engagement and his predictions for future trends.
 
Historically ubiquitous at least since the 15th century and integral to the rise and consolidation of capitalism, land dispossession has re-emerged as a hot button issue for governments, industries, social movements and researchers. In his first book Dispossession Without Development: Land Grabs in Neoliberal India (Oxford University Press 2018 ...…
 
Healthcare is extremely expensive for both patients and their employers. The costs of healthcare continue to increase with no end in sight. Dr. Josh Luke is a former Hospital CEO, disruptor, and healthcare futurist who understands the American healthcare delivery system. In his book Health-Wealth: 9 Steps To Financial Recovery (ForbesBooks, 201 ...…
 
In her new book, Globalisation, the State and Regional Australia (Sydney University Press, 2018), Amanda Walsh, associate director of government relations at Australian Catholic University, explores the political and economic consequences of globalization across Australia nationally and in regional Australia specifically. Using a series of case ...…
 
As you’ll hear in this interview with Steven Stoll, his latest book Ramp Hollow: The Ordeal of Appalachia (Hill and Wang, 2017) is “really a book about capitalism.” Specifically, it’s about how the people of the southern mountains––meaning, the area between southern Pennsylvania and southern West Virginia––lost their land. Though the book focus ...…
 
The North American Free Trade Agreement—or NAFTA, as we Americans call it—is very much in the news of late, primarily because President Trump has decided to make good on what he famously called “the single worst trade deal” that the United States has ever approved. Trump’s assessment, like so many of his statements, isn’t quite the fact he’d li ...…
 
The relationship between neoliberals and the state is one that has been endlessly debated. Are neoliberals anti-statist? Or are they advocates of a strong state? The seeming vagueness of neoliberalism has led some to even call for the word’s abolition. However, Quinn Slobodian, in his new book, Globalists: The End of Empire and the Birth of Neo ...…
 
Ellen R. Wald’s timely, well-written history of the Saudi national oil company, Saudi Inc. The Arabian Kingdom’s Pursuit of Power and Profit (Pegasus Books, 2018), is as much the story of the Saudi oil industry as it is of the ruling Al Saud family’s reliance on black gold to ensure the survival of its regime. In painting a picture of the Al Sa ...…
 
In the face of digital transformation, HR leaders are turning their attention to building internal capability instead of relying too heavily on external support. In particular, HR has the potential to be the driver of innovative learning tools such as 'nano-degrees' in building digital capability. ChapmanCG's Frieder Rummel speaks with Dr Hays ...…
 
American students are in debt. Some forty-four million Americans collectively hold over $1.4 trillion worth of debt. Those numbers have increased since the Global Financial Crisis from 10 years ago. Today I speak with Ben Miller, a senior director for Postsecondary Education at the Center for American Progress. Ben specializes in higher-educati ...…
 
This week we met Prof. Kurt Dopfer (Universität St Gallen, Switzerland) to talk about Modern Evolutionary Economics: An Overview (Cambridge University Press, 2018), a book he co-authored with eight other economists. Kurt attended in Nice the 30th annual edition of the EAEPE conference, the sponsor of the Economics channel at NBN. The European A ...…
 
This edition of the Otolaryngologic Clinics Podcast features discussion on the April 2018 issue of Otolaryngologic Clinics on Otosclerosis and Stapes Surgery. Issue Guest Editors Drs. Adrien A. Eshraghi, Fred F. Telischi break down the article topics with series Consulting Editor Dr. Sujana S. Chandrasekhar. Articles available at: http://bit.ly ...…
 
Today we explore the schooling received by children affected by the Trump administration’s immigration policy of family separation.My guest is Julian Vasquez Heilig, a professor of educational leadership and policy studies at California State University Sacramento. Julian writes a blog entitled “Cloaking Inequity”. In a recent post, he reported ...…
 
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