Ian McMillan presents the word cabaret, exploring the possibilities of looking back.
Scholle McFarland and Take Control Books have released a brand new title, Take Control of Calendar and Reminders, to help you use those two productivity apps that come standard and free from Apple. Scholle gets in depth on features you might already be using at some level, and also features that you may have forgotten about. One thing that makes these two applications interesting is that they are useful on the Mac, iOS devices, and the Apple Watch. Scholle has them all covered, talks about how Siri is useful on all three platforms, and why troubleshooting found a place in the book.
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Paul Krugman is a Nobel Laureate in economics, a columnist at The New York Times, and a Distinguished Professor of Economics at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. He joins the show to discuss his work on liquidity traps, Japan’s Lost Decade, and lessons from the Great Recession. Paul also explains how Isaac Asimov’s science fiction inspired him to become an economist.
David’s blog: http://macromarketmusings.blogspot.com/ Paul Krugman’s CUNY profile: https://www.gc.cuny.edu/stonecenter/Paul-Krugman Paul Krugman’s blog: https://krugman.blogs.nytimes.com/ Paul Krugman’s NYT archive: https://www.nytimes.com/column/paul-krugman
David’s Twitter: @DavidBeckworth Paul Krugman’s Twitter: @paulkrugman
“It’s Baaack: Japan’s Slump and the Return of the Liquidity Trap” by Kathryn M. Dominguez, Kenneth S. Rogoff, and Paul R. Krugman https://www.brookings.edu/bpea-articles/its-baaack-japans-slump-and-the-return-of-the-liquidity-trap/
"Debt, Deleveraging, and the Liquidity Trap: A Fisher-Minsky-Koo approach" by Gauti Eggertsson and Paul Krugman https://www.gc.cuny.edu/CUNY_GC/media/LISCenter/pkrugman/The-Quarterly-Journal-of-Economics-2012-Eggertsson-1469-513.pdf
“The New York Economic Geography, Now Middle-Aged” by Paul Krugman https://www.princeton.edu/~pkrugm…
Mark Blyth, Professor of Political Science, stops in to give his take on the recent French elections results and what it means for populism, neo-liberalism and the future of the European Union.
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NPR’s Steve Inskeep speaks with Aaron O’Connell about his book Our Latest Longest War. O’Connell, a veteran of the war in Afghanistan, argues the U.S. is making the same mistakes it made in Vietnam.
Tyler Cowen is a professor of economics at George Mason University as well as the general director of the Mercatus Center at George Mason University. He joins the show to discuss his new book, The Complacent Class: The Self-Defeating Quest for the American Dream. Tyler argues that restlessness and willingness to take risks have been key traits throughout American history. However, in the last few decades, American society has become more risk-averse. While we may have become more comfortable with less risk-taking, this complacency has led to less innovation and dynamism in the economy. Such stasis is causing economic stagnation and other woes throughout the United States.
David’s Twitter: @DavidBeckworth Tyler Cowen’s Twitter: @tylercowen
Related links: The Complacent Class: The Self-Defeating Quest for the American Dream by Tyler Cowen https://www.amazon.com/Complacent-Class-Self-Defeating-Quest-American/dp/1250108691
How Complacent Are You? Take the Quiz! http://tylercowen.com/complacent-class-quiz/
“Why the Global Shortage of Safe Assets Matters” by David Beckworth http://macromarketmusings.blogspot.com/2011/12/why-global-shortage-of-safe-assets.html
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Albert Camus lit le début de "L’étranger", ce document est issu des ""Pages Françaises" : Lectures d’extraits d’œuvres d’Albert Camus par lui-même", enregistré le 13/12/1947, chaîne non déterminée.
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