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Rob Johnson is not your average economist, and this is not your average economics podcast. Every week, Rob talks about economic and social issues with a guest who probably wasn’t on your Econ 101 reading list, from musicians to activists to rebel economists. A podcast of The Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET).
 
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Yuen Yuen Ang, political science professor at the University of Michigan and author of the book, China's Gilded Age, argues that the US and China have more in common than we usually think and that it makes more sense to see the conflict as a clash of two gilded ages instead of a clash of civilizations.…
 
When you create an agency in two days--as Rob Simone did with Summer Friday--you want it to be culturally sustainable. That means focusing on its people.Matt Snodgrass
 
Tom Nichols, Professor of National Security Affairs, US Naval War College, columnist for USA Today, and contributing writer at The Atlantic, discusses his new book, Our Own Worst Enemy: The Assault from within on Modern Democracy, and how a decline in civic virtue has generated a dangerous illiberalism.…
 
Dan Breznitz, author of the book Innovation in Real Places, Strategies for Prosperity in an Unforgiving World, and professor of public policy at the University of Toronto, talks about how innovation ought to be guided if it is to be successful in addressing our most pressing problems.Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET)
 
Sometimes strategic marketing means putting your budget somewhere that isn't your own products. FoodStory Brands CMO Jay Whitney recounts his experiences marketing smaller food brands through exceptionalism and a focus on social causes.Matt Snodgrass
 
"I was considering what I was going to do, [and] what I decided I could not do, was stay within the confines of mainstream academic economics." Rob Johnson talks with INET Co-Founder Bill Janeway about his exciting new project at Cambridge University.Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET)
 
Patrick Bond, sociology professor at the University of Johannesburg, South Africa, discusses the urgent need for climate reparations for Africa, in light of the COP26 climate summit, and why market solutions will not work to address the problems Africa is currently facing. Part 2 of 2.Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET)
 
Patrick Bond, sociology professor at the University of Johannesburg, South Africa, discusses the urgent need for climate reparations for Africa, in light of the COP26 climate summit, and why market solutions will not work to address the problems Africa is currently facing. Part 1 of 2.Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET)
 
The cutting edge of search may have moved beyond keywords and links to deciphering what Google has learned about the searcher. Wil Reynolds of Seer shares his insights on SEO, as well as philosophies on leadership and giving back to the community.Matt Snodgrass
 
From LBJ to the present, the federal government has knowingly continued to expand the US fossil economy, not passively but as a major active player, endangering the future of young people.Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET)
 
Cryptocurrencies, creator coins, and NFTs are not merely a trend, argues Jeremiah Owyang. On our latest podcast, he offers insights into what they are and how they might change the future of marketing.Matt Snodgrass
 
Political economist, author, and public speaker Ann Pettifor talks about her latest book, The Case for a Green New Deal, which not only lays out the urgency for such a deal, but also proposes a roadmap for both national and global financial reform to make it possible.Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET)
 
How do you go from marketing to creating a better audience experience? Oli Gardner shares his journey from frustration with bad marketing and ugly landing pages to full-time event speaking and thought leadership.Matt Snodgrass
 
Nancy MacLean, history professor at Duke University, talks about the ways in which neoliberal economic icon Milton Friedman collaborated with segregationists and with right-wing billionaires in the pursuit of his goal of privatizing public education.Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET)
 
Upcoming B2B Forum speaker Mitch Joel talks about "The Great Compression" of business technology, the future of remote work, branding vs. direct response, and the benefits of the long haul.Matt Snodgrass
 
Princeton economics professor Markus Brunnermeier discusses his recently released book, The Resilient Society, which argues that in crisis-prone situations societal resilience is a crucial component for averting outright disaster and outlines how we might achieve that resilience.Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET)
 
Music plays a pivotal role in branding and advertising. Sam Parvin of Parvin Music discusses how she guides brands through adopting an audio strategy and choosing music that reflects their brand values.Matt Snodgrass
 
How do small and medium-sized businesses begin to take a bite out of the digital world? Author Eric Schwartzman argues that an effective transformation to online marketing requires owned media and new platforms.Matt Snodgrass
 
The education of the next generation of economists too often ignores the real crisis we face today: climate change, inequality, and financial instability. Sam de Muijnck and Joris Tieleman seek to address this problem in their book, Economy Studies, which outlines a practical road map for effectively connecting pluralism of core academic material t…
 
Is there a straightforward way to connect brand investment with revenue? Maggie Gross of Deloitte Digital thinks so. She joined the Marketing Smarts podcast to discuss how to calculate the true value of brand.Matt Snodgrass
 
Executive-level strategist and best-selling author Chris Brogan lays a course for big B2B companies to get past planning and dig deeper to create an organizational (or even multi-organizational) marketing strategy.Kerry O'Shea Gorgone
 
The COVID pandemic highlighted the deepening water crisis. "Do we understand that over half the population of the world doesn't have a place to wash their hands with soap and warm water?" says water warrior Maude Barlow.Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET)
 
Gisele Huff, education policy specialist and president of the Gerald Huff Fund for Humanity, along with john a. powell, director of UC Berkeley's Othering & Belonging Institute, talk about the motivations and process behind the soon-to-be-released report, "Convening on Automation, Opportunity, and Belonging: Vision and Foundations for a Better Soci…
 
Charles Gabriel, head of advertising US at WildBrain Spark, talks advertising-based video on demand (AVOD), creating brand-safe content for kids, key trends in connected TV and more.Kerry O'Shea Gorgone
 
Rajkumar Venkatesan, co-author of "The AI Marketing Canvas: A Five-Stage Road Map to Implementing Artificial Intelligence in Marketing," gives us a sneak peek at the road map and offers insight into how marketers can get started using AI.Kerry O'Shea Gorgone
 
Stanislav Shmelev, the director of Environment Europe Foundation in Oxford, discusses the many dimensions we need to consider when preparing our cities, businesses, and economies to the demands of ecological sustainability.Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET)
 
Veteran marketing communications strategist Meg Kypena identifies the skills every marketer needs and shares tips for change management and career development on the Marketing Smarts podcast.Kerry O'Shea Gorgone
 
Geoff Mann, professor of geography at Simon Fraser University and co-author of the book, Climate Leviathan, discusses the authoritarian dangers ahead, as the world tried to cope with climate change, and how all institutions, including central banking, need to evolve so they address the problem adequately.…
 
Keynote speaker, author, and storyteller Carla Johnson offers insights from her book "RE:Think Innovation: How the World's Most Prolific Innovators Come Up With Great Ideas That Deliver Extraordinary Outcomes."Kerry O'Shea Gorgone
 
Lori Wallach, of Public Citizen's Global Trade Watch, and Jayati Ghosh, economics professor at UMass Amherst, discuss how first world countries are protecting pharma companies' exorbitant profits, at the expense of vaccinating people living in the Global South and thereby also endangering everyone in the world.…
 
Prolific author and philosopher Ervin Laszlo discusses his most recent books, in which he outlines how the latest discoveries in science converge with spiritual insights and point to the ways in which society might evolve in ways that will help overcome contemporary crises.Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET)
 
Caroline Jerome of brand and marketing firm TBGA talks about the importance of data visualization--from the boardroom to the email inbox. She shows us why sharing data in visually pleasing and informative ways can have a huge impact on your audience.Matt Snodgrass
 
Prolific author and philosopher Ervin Laszlo discusses his most recent books, in which he outlines how the latest discoveries in science converge with spiritual insights and point to the ways in which society might evolve in ways that will help overcome contemporary crises.Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET)
 
MarketingProfs storytelling subject matter expert and commonsku Chief Content Officer Bobby Lehew shares insight into how storytelling can dramatically improve your B2B content marketing results.Matt Snodgrass
 
Andre Perry, senior fellow at the Brookings Institution and author of the book, Know Your Price: Valuing Black Lives and Properties in America's Black Cities, discusses the on-going problem of how real estate dynamics continue to maintain racial injustice in cities across United States, and how we need a "reparative culture" to address the problem…
 
Economic historian and INET board member Richard Vague, talks about his latest book, The Illustrated Business History of the United States, which reveals a number of misconceptions and myths about the development of the US economyInstitute for New Economic Thinking (INET)
 
World Ocean Observatory founder Peter Neill talks about the dire emergency in which the world’s oceans currently find themselves in and what must be done to save them.Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET)
 
MIT economic historian Peter Temin discusses parts of his forthcoming book, focusing on the history of mass incarceration of uneducated Blacks and how it has created a permanent class of poor Black AmericansInstitute for New Economic Thinking (INET)
 
Umass Lowell Economics professor William Lazonick, outlines the history of how government policy and economic conditions contributed to the rise and fall of a Black blue-collar middle class. Part 2 takes a closer look at the role of finance and stock buybacks and what can be done to reverse the trend towards growing inequality.…
 
Umass Lowell Economics professor William Lazonick, outlines the history of how government and economic conditions favored the rise of a Black blue-collar middle class from the 1960''s to the 1970's, and how shifts in policy and in the economy caused its unmaking from the 1980's onwards.Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET)
 
Jim Nadler, CEO of the Kroll Bond Rating Agency, discusses the profound influence that bond ratings have on shaping social and economic outcomes, how they can contribute to environmental and social responsibility, and why a new approach to bond ratings is urgently necessary.Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET)
 
Customer insights master Debbie MacInnis and positioning expert Allen Weiss join us to talk about two strategic areas in which organizations are struggling.Matt Snodgrass
 
Kenneth Cukier, senior editor at The Economist and co-author of the book Framers, talks about how mental models, or frames, enable humanity to find the best way through a forest of looming problems.Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET)
 
INET at the Trento Economics Festival 3: A dialogue between Michael Spence and Robert Johnson The governance of technology is a new challenge. The Recovery Plans is encouraging the digital transformation of our economies. An acceleration of technological change is bound to deeply affect labor markets and income distribution. While labor-market adap…
 
INET at the Trento Economics Festival 2: A dialogue between Jayati Ghosh, Rohinton Medhora, Joseph E. Stiglitz, coordinated by Robert Johnson The world won’t emerge from the pandemic until the pandemic is controlled everywhere, and this is a special concern because of the new mutations that are likely to arise where the disease is running its cours…
 
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