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Kelsey Harms & Diana Zaleski

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The Awesome IEA Podcast, brought to you by the Illinois Education Association. The podcast for curious well-informed association members. The goal of this podcast is to educate our members about important new educational policy initiatives in a brief and hopefully entertaining format. Join Kelsey Harms and Diana Zaleski as we explore a different topic each episode!
 
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The IEA Podcast has returned with a new host, Matthew Lesh, IEA Head of Public Policy. On this episode, Matthew is joined by Graham Gudgin, Chief Economic Adviser at Policy and Honorary Research Associate at the University of Cambridge. The topic of their discussion is tax cuts, a focal point of the Conservatives leadership race, and whether they a…
 
All Live with Littlewood episodes are live streamed on the IEA's YouTube Channel fortnightly on Wednesday at 18:00. ON THE PANEL... Alys Denby, Deputy Editor, CapX Mark Johnson, Legal and Policy Officer, Big Brother Watch Christopher Snowdon, Head of Lifestyle Economics, IEA Victoria Hewson, Head of Regulatory Affairs, IEA Support the IEA on Patreo…
 
Is there a link between good beer and a successful economy? In this episode of the IEA Podcast, IEA Head of Political Economy Dr Kristian Niemietz sat down with host Kieran Neild-Ali and reviewed the book 'Socialism Sucks: Two Economists Drink Their Way Through the Unfree World’ over a pint. The book details two economists, Benjamin Powell and Robe…
 
Who are the right allies for classical liberals? Free market liberalism is unlikely to be the dominant political force in the near future, even though all of us at the IEA are working hard towards this goal! In the interim, in order to get liberalising reforms on the way, we need to work together with people of different persuasions. But who are th…
 
This episode was originally featured as a video on the IEA's YouTube Channel. In this episode of the Swift Half with Snowdon, Christopher Snowdon, IEA Head of Lifestyle Economics, sits down with Mark Schrad, Professor at the Department of Political Science at Villanova University, to discuss temperance movements and the history of prohibitionism. M…
 
Bio: Donna Ayer, Executive Director Poverty and homelessness exist right here in our community. Our clients do not have adequate housing, food, clothing, medicine, for themselves and their families. Poor economic circumstances might be due to mental illness, chronic illness, long-term disability, or underemployment either through job loss or lack o…
 
Last week, Meta lost its appeal to overturn the Competition and Market Authority's order that it sell Giphy. While the CMA's order that Meta's acquisition of Giphy damaged competition has been retained, it has raised debates over how much power should be afforded to the regulator. To discuss this, Victoria Hewson, IEA Head of Regulator Affairs, is …
 
All Live with Littlewood episodes are live streamed on the IEA's YouTube Channel fortnightly on Wednesday at 18:00. This episode was recorded on 15th June 2022. ON THE AGENDA... Boris - will he survive? Is Britain ungovernable? Tax burden & public spending ON THE PANEL... John Penrose MP, Conservative MP for Weston-super-Mare Danielle Boxall, Media…
 
A book by Marianna Mazzucato called ‘The Entrepreneurial State’ looked to turn conventional economic wisdom on its head. The book argued economic success is a result of public and state funded investments in innovation and technology, rather than a result of the small state, free market doctrine that often receives credit for strong economic growth…
 
Raul Nieto, is a biologist and the director of The ITAPOA PROJECT based in the Choco region of Colombia and Ecuador. He has been working on this project since 1989. The ITAPOA PROJECT conbines scientific research, conservation and culture of the region. The goal of the project is to save habitat for amphibians in danger of extinction thru doing res…
 
This episode originally featured as a video on the IEA's YouTube Channel After the political upheavals of the week, this new Markets & Morality episode explored whether there is a need for a codified constitution in the United Kingdom. Host and Director of EPICENTER Adam Bartha welcomed Dr Austen Morgan, a Barrister at Law in England, Wales and Nor…
 
This episode was recorded on 27th May 2022 The Swift Half with Snowdon is originally featured as a video on the IEA YouTube Channel. With inflation at 9%, the highest it has been for 40 years, many of us are understandably worried about a tough year ahead. However, while we know that inflation is rising, the causes of it are not always clear. In th…
 
Marc Glending, Head of Cultural Affairs at the Institute of Economic Affairs, discussed the origins and philosophy of identity politics. He assessed whether individualism can survive against collectivist identity politics in the future. FOLLOW US: TWITTER - https://twitter.com/iealondon​​ INSTAGRAM - https://www.instagram.com/ieauk/​​ FACEBOOK - ht…
 
Bio: William W. Li, MD, is an internationally renowned physician, scientist and author of the New York Times bestseller “Eat to Beat Disease: The New Science of How Your Body Can Heal Itself.” His groundbreaking work has led to the development of more than 30 new medical treatments and impacts care for more than 70 diseases including cancer, diabet…
 
The role of literature in economics, Chinese totalitarianism, levelling-up and trans rights. In this fascinating IEA In Conversation, Matthew Lesh, IEA Head of Public Policy, sits down with Deirdre McCloskey to discuss all of this and much more! Deirdre N. McCloskey has been since 2000 UIC Distinguished Professor of Economics, History, English, and…
 
Jaclyn Rutigliano Hometown Flower Company Jaclyn Rutigliano is the founder and CEO of Hometown Flower Collective, a Long Island-based sustainable floral design studio and pop-up flower truck. After 15+ years working as a publicist and branding/marketing expert, working with start-ups, non-profits, travel companies, and more, she started designing f…
 
All Live with Littlewood episodes are live streamed on the IEA's YouTube Channel fortnightly on Wednesday at 18:00. This episode was recorded on 1st June 2022. ON THE PANEL... Andrew Lilico, Executive Director and Principal, Europe Economics Emma Webb, Deputy Research Director, Free Speech Union Matthew Lesh, Head of Public Policy, IEA Andy Mayer, …
 
Bio: Richard L. Anderson – For over 40 years, Rick Anderson has been a successful, marketing communications and public relations strategist to a wide range of public and private companies, government agencies and nonprofits. He was the co-director of the financial services practice at Fleishman-Hillard and co-founder of the Global Consulting Group,…
 
Episodes of Markets & Morality are originally featured on the IEA's YouTube Channel. Sweden and Finland applied for NATO membership, officially ending their decades long military independence. But given the history of NATO, how enthusiastic should classical liberals be to further expand the military alliance? Is NATO suitable for the challenges of …
 
All Live with Littlewood episodes are live streamed on the IEA's YouTube Channel fortnightly on Wednesday at 18:00. This episode was recorded on 18th May 2022. ON THE PANEL... Baroness Fox of Buckley, Director and Founder, Academy of Ideas Lucy Harris, Political Consultant and former Conservative MEP Darren McCaffrey, Political Editor, GB News Vict…
 
How much is current volatility in financial markets driven by fear or uncertainty about future developments rather than by concrete economic news? IEA Communications and Public Affairs Officer Kieran Neild-Ali sat down to discuss this with Dr Ali Kabiri who is Head of the Department of Economics and International Studies at the University of Buckin…
 
Can people predict the future? According to Superforecaster, Jonathon Kitson, some can get pretty close! In this episode of the Swift Half with Snowdon, Christopher Snowdon, IEA Head of Lifestyle Economics sits down with Jonathon Kitson, Superforecaster and Fellow at the Adam Smith Institute, to discuss military spending, his experience of clinical…
 
Bio: Andrianna Natsoulas is the Campaign Director for the non-profit organization, Don’t Cage Our Oceans. Prior to joining Don’t Cage Our Oceans, Andrianna was the Executive Director for NOFA-NY, (Northeast Organic Farming Association of New York.) She has created and implemented comprehensive programs at several other organizations, including Gree…
 
The post-war consensus. This is something that many of us take for granted as first, having existed and secondly, what drove the statism of pre-Thatcherite governments. However, Dr Steve Davies, IEA Head of Education, thinks otherwise. In this fascinating lecture, Steve describes the history of free market conservatism before Thatcher. Dr Steve Dav…
 
Since the Russian aggression towards Ukraine, Western countries have imposed a wide range of economic sanctions on the regime and on individuals linked to them. How effective are these sanctions and who are they meant to target? Adam Bartha welcomed Jessica Miller, the Founder of Strela Advisory and Fred Roeder, the Founder of Consumer Choice Cente…
 
On Thursday we learned that the Bank of England's MPC voted to raise interest rates to 1% from 0.75%, their highest level since 2009 and the fourth consecutive increase since December. The Bank is grappling with rising inflation – which forecast to top 10% by the end of the year – but also worried about the risk of recession. But did the Bank go fa…
 
Bio: Raised by three Ecuadorian women in Queens, New York, Carla Kaya Perez-Gallardo [she/they] was born into a home with a kitchen that was always busy. In seventh grade, they started Saborines, a pie company named after her grandmother. After graduating from Bard College with a degree in studio arts, they found a place for herself cooking and man…
 
In this episode of The Swift Half with Snowdon, Christopher Snowdon, IEA Head of Lifestyle Economics, sits down with director and producer, Martin Durkin. They discuss a multitude of topics, ranging from the growth of statism, the state of the Conservative party to the privatisation of Channel 4. This episode was originally recorded on the IEA YouT…
 
Libertarianism, socialism, classical liberalism, Marxism, anarchism. They're all terms that are thrown around in political discourse but it’s vitally important we understand these concepts and assess their merits and shortcomings. In this podcast, we uncover what libertarianism is and why people on both the left and the right claim to be libertaria…
 
Chef AJ has been devoted to a plant-exclusive diet for nearly 45 years. She was the host of the television series Healthy Living with CHEF AJ which aired on Foody TV. A chef, culinary instructor and professional speaker, she is the author of three bestselling books,The Secrets to Ultimate Weight Loss: A Revolutionary Approach to Conquer Cravings, O…
 
Brexit, Net Zero and Britain's place in the world. In this In Conversation, Mark Littlewood, IEA Director General, sits down with Nigel Farage, broadcaster and former leader of the UK Independence Party, to discuss all of this and much more! In Conversation with Nigel Farage was originally recorded on the IEA YouTube Channel. Watch here. FOLLOW US:…
 
Tax the rich! This is a slogan heard often in political discourse. However, there is much debate about whether increasing taxation on society's wealthiest is firstly, fair, and secondly, conducive to reducing economic inequality. Moderated by IEA Head of Political Economy, Kristian Niemietz, Mark Littlewood, IEA Director General, debates the subjec…
 
Bio: Zahra Tangorra is a Chef/ Culinary Consultant, Business Owner, Podcaster and Writer living and working in Brooklyn, New York. Her latest food project is Zaza Lazagna, launched in Winter 2021. Zahra and long time friend and coworker and Ryan Crossman partnered in creating ZAZA, and took their love of Italian American food and gracious hospitali…
 
On this episode of the Swift Half with Snowdon, Christopher Snowdon is joined by comedian, Konstantin Kisin. From comedy to the Russian propaganda machine to public trust in the media, they discuss a variety of topics and world issues, all in a swift half an hour. Support the IEA on Patreon, where we give you the opportunity to directly help us con…
 
ON THE PANEL... John Ashmore, Editor, CapX Martin Durkin, Producer and Director Tom Harwood, Political Correspondent, GB News Victoria Hewson, Head of Regulatory Affairs, IEA FOLLOW US: TWITTER - https://twitter.com/iealondon​​ INSTAGRAM - https://www.instagram.com/ieauk/​​ FACEBOOK - https://www.facebook.com/ieauk​​ WEBSITE - https://iea.org.uk/…
 
In the latest episode of the IEA Podcast, IEA Communications and Public Affairs Officer Kieran Neild-Ali sat down with IEA Head of Political Economy Dr Kristian Niemietz to discuss the labour theory of value. Many economists subscribed to the labour theory of value, which argued that a good’s value derived from the amount of work that went into mak…
 
Marie Burcham, JD, lives in the Pacific Northwest where they actively garden and work to improve the soil wherever they are. Their educational background is in Animal Science and English from the University of California, Davis and they also have law degree from Lewis and Clark Law School. After completing law school and passing the Oregon Bar exam…
 
Behavioural economics was hailed as the solution for anti-paternalistic lifestyle interventions that respect individual choice and lead to better outcomes. In this episode of of Markets & Morality, our guests argue that this is not the case. Professor Glen Whitman, author of ‘Escaping Paternalism’ discusses with Chris Snowdon how the nudge theory h…
 
Joe Biden’s Democrats are battling a perfect storm of economic trials and foreign policy crises. How will this impact November's midterm elections - and the presidential election in 2024? And what should free marketeers make of it all? IEA Director General Mark Littlewood speaks to Patrick Basham, director of the Washington-based Democracy Institut…
 
How does self-interested action benefit the collective? This is a question still discussed today in the tribalism of left-right political debate. On the one side, there are those who believe the good of the collective must supersede the interest of the individual and the two cannot coexist. Slogans such as ‘for the many not the few’ and ‘for the co…
 
Sean Barrett has built a long career creating ocean-centric small businesses and establishing new models for the utilization of marine resources in North and Central America. He is the founder of Dock to Dish™️, an expansive network of small-scale community-based fishery programs, as well as The Montauk Seaweed Supply Company™️. Sean is currently p…
 
This speech was recorded 29 March 2022 Simon Clarke, Chief Secretary to the Treasury and MP for Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland, spoke at the Institute of Economic Affairs about a 'quiet revolution' within the Treasury pushing for more prudent spending of taxpayer money and fiscal control. Simon asserts that it is vital that government facil…
 
The cause of liberty has taken quite a hit in recent years. The Coronavirus pandemic ushered in far-reaching state intervention and we now see liberal principles under attack in Ukraine. With all this in mind, is there a case for optimism? In this episode, Christopher Snowdon sits down with Johan Norberg, author and Senior Fellow at the Cato Instit…
 
Mandana is an Iranian-American community herbalist, storyteller, land tender, and a joyous member of the mycelial network of liberatory thinkers. She is a co-founder and educator at Wild Gather School of Herbal Studies, where for the past 8 years she’s had the deep pleasure of sharing her love and experiences in plant medicine and community care. M…
 
Is English football broken? Should government try to fix it? And are any of the proposals in the Fan-Led Review of Football proportionate or necessary? At this lively and fascinating debate, former Crystal Palace Chairman Simon Jordan and Member of Parliament Damian Collins join the IEA's Victoria Hewson and Professor Len Shackleton to discuss the …
 
This episode was live streamed on our YouTube Channel on 23 March 2022 at 18:00. ON THE PANEL: Greg Smith, Member of Parliament for Buckingham Vicky Pryce, Economist Christopher Snowdon, Head of Lifestyle Economics, IEA Duncan Simpson, Research Director, TaxPayers' Alliance WE'LL BE DISCUSSING: High time: Will the Tories ever slash taxes? Hey, big …
 
In this episode of the IEA Podcast, IEA Communications and Public Affairs Officer Kieran Neild-Ali sat down with Professor Patrick Schotanus to discuss his article in the latest volume of Economic Affairs, the IEA's academic journal, on cognitive economics. Patrick is a visiting professor at the Edinburgh Business School and Heads the research prog…
 
Liz Carlisle is an Assistant Professor in the Environmental Studies Program at UC Santa Barbara, where she teaches courses on food and farming. Born and raised in Montana, she got hooked on agriculture while working as an aide to organic farmer and U.S. Senator Jon Tester, which led to a decade of research and writing collaborations with farmers in…
 
In this latest episode of Markets and Morality, Adam Bartha, host and Director of EPICENTER chairs a debate on whether we should increase defence spending after Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Support the IEA on Patreon, where we give you the opportunity to directly help us continue producing stimulating and educational online content, whilst subscri…
 
In this episode of The Swift Half, IEA Head of Lifestyle Economics Christopher Snowdon sits down with comedian and author, Geoff Norcott. They discuss all manner of topics from diversity quotas to Ukraine, from Boris Johnson to education, and, of course, comedy. Support the IEA on Patreon, where we give you the opportunity to directly help us conti…
 
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