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New Books in Economics
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3.9 stars from 31 ratings
I really enjoyed the episode where you talked with Jonathan Brill about his book, Rogue Waves, and the importance and role of automation and artificial intelligence. It was a dynamic and captivating one. I loved every minute! I would highly recommend this podcast to anyone interested in...Read full review »
Josuediazv via Apple Podcasts · Panama · 08/12/22
Interviewers are not skilled
Great book selections, great theme, should be a great podcast, but WOW all the hosts seem totally unprepared, have super vague questions (what did you think about that?) they ask each time, and they stumble through the interview like undergrads. Do your homework and read the book - ask questions...Read full review »
Shunryu Garvey via Apple Podcasts · Japan · 04/15/22
Too heavily politicised
I used to enjoy this podcast when it discussed a broad range of economic issues. The recent episodes, however, are becoming more obscure and radical. My guess is these episodes now have to lowest listening rates in the channel’s history. If these titles are the best works coming out of academia,...Read full review »
Aiden086 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 12/16/21
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