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Economics In Ten
Economics In Ten
Economics In Ten is your go-to podcast if you want to learn about the lives, times and ideas of the world's greatest economic thinkers. Each episode is a fun exploration of a famous economist using ten different questions. Presented by Pete and Gav, your friendly neighbourhood economists, with technical support from Nic and music from Jukedeck - create your own at http://jukedeck.com
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Ratings & Reviews
4.5 stars from 95 ratings
Pete and Gav
Who are the podcasters Who give us insights on all the great ideas? Why it’s legends Pete and Gav, Great chat, banter and economist peers From Marshall to pigou Buchanan to Nash Schumacher and shrumpeter, A classic Hayek/Keynes clash They’ll pull you in with a reference to admiral Akbar,...Read full review »
natmainey via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 04/01/22
Fun!
This is just fun. I enjoy listening. Thanks for a great podcast.
camwho? via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 11/20/21
Love it. Crisp Econ podcast
Very good and great to listen. Quite crisp comparing it to other Econ podcasts
ballesterer via Apple Podcasts · Austria · 11/15/21
Recent Episodes
George R R Martin once wrote “A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies . . . The man who never reads lives only one.”  Here at EconomicsInTen we have always been keen to share our love of reading (and economics), therefore once again, Pete and Gav, your friendly neighbourhood economists...
Published 07/18/22
In 1890, the British Economic Association was formed, which would later become the Royal Economic Society. At that meeting was Millicent Fawcett and ten or eleven other women. Better known as one of the foremost leaders of the movement for women's suffrage, she was also at the heart of the...
Published 05/09/22
Published 05/09/22
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