Richard Epstein of New York University and Stanford University's Hoover Institution talks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about the U.S. Constitution. Topics covered in this wide-ranging conversation include how the interpretation of...Show More Summary
Kansas State University: April 30, Brad DeLong, University of California-Berkeley and Alan Reynolds, Cato Institute - Debate:"Proposed Solutions to the Fiscal Crisis in the United States": >Audio download: |
On today's show: Three short stories about trying to figure out what things are really worth. Also, an update on our t-shirt project.
Ben Casnocha and Chris Yeh, coauthors of the forthcoming HBR article "The New Employer-Employee Compact."
So far this week, Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) has been under pressure and lagged the broader market. One contributing factor to the weakness has been David Trainer of New Constructs, who has made headlines over the past couple of days by proclaiming that Apple Inc. ( NASDAQ:AAPL)is worth just $240. That’s over $200 less than what [...]
So far this week, Apple has been under pressure and lagged the broader market. One contributing factor to the weakness has been David Trainer of New Constructs, who has made headlines over the past couple of days by proclaiming that Apple is worth just $240. Show More Summary
The Planet Money men's t-shirt will be made in part in Bangladesh.
Celebrations often take an entire weekend to travel to and from so the following Monday you sometimes feel more tired that going into the weekend. Here’s your chance to rejuvenate and focus your week into productivity in your career and your work on your personal brand. Here’s what our authors covered: What Makes Employees Love [...]
Austin Frakt of Boston University and blogger at The Incidental Economist talks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about Medicaid and the recent results released from the Oregon Medicaid study, a randomized experiment that looked at individuals with and without access to Medicaid. Show More Summary
On today's show: What the color of the Planet Money t-shirt has to do with a painting from 1976.
Ok, here’s what’s been on the back burner; no image today because I am posting three videos: (1) Pollin on R&R on the Real News Network: A nice overview of the Rogoff and Reinhart controversy, by one of the co-authors … Continue reading ? The post Pollin, Gini, Retro, Ferguson, etc. appeared first on Dollars & Sense Blog.
Heidi Grant Halvorson and E. Tory Higgins, authors of "Focus: Use Different Ways of Seeing the World to Power Success and Influence."
Bloomberg has a new radio station in Boston (1200AM) Here’s an interview I did this morning (May 8) with Tom Keene and Michael McKee. And from last week an interview with my colleague Aaron Jackson, and also Marvin Goodfriend of Carnegie Mellon.
By David Trainer: Schwab (SCHW) is in the Danger Zone this week. It also gets my Very Dangerous ratings and is on May's Most Dangerous stocks list. In last week's interview, I put the entire financial sector in the Danger Zone. ThisShow More Summary
John Jantsch talks about podcasting Podcasting is making a comeback thanks to a growing consumer demand for content. If you’re not listening to podcasts, or better yet, producing your own audio content, you better reconsider. I’ve been publishing the Duct Tape Marketing Podcast since 2005. Show More Summary
Nearly 20 states have legalized marijuana to some degree. As it turns out, this has profound economic consequences for dealers all across the country.
Quality beats out quantity every time and the quality of this week’s posts were rich with valuable insights and included posts from the Young Entrepreneur Council and Chamber of Commerce. Here’s what we covered: 5 Intangibles Brand You as a Premium by Deborah Shane 5 Tips for Selfless Self-Promotion by Chamber of Commerce The New [...]
William Bernstein talks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about his latest book, Masters of the Word. Bernstein traces the history of language, writing, and communication and its impact on freedom. The discussion begins with the evolution of language and the written word and continues up through radio and the internet. Show More Summary