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Luigi Zingales + Bethany McLean & Joseph Stiglitz 20 Jun 2024 • EN

Joseph Stiglitz's Vision of a New Progressive Capitalism

In the last 60 years, few economists have contributed more to exposing the failures of capitalism than Joseph Stiglitz. Formerly the chief economist of the World Bank and chair of the U.S. Council of Economic Advisers under President Bill Clinton, Stiglitz won the Nobel Prize in Economics in 2001 for his work showing t

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Piers Morgan & Jeffrey Sachs 19 Jun 2024 • EN

Jeffrey Sachs: On Putin's Peace Demands

President Putin wants peace. At least that’s what he wants you to believe. The Russian dictator has, for the first time, outlined his terms for a ceasefire in Ukraine. He’s demanding the complete withdrawal of Ukrainian troops from four regions which are currently occupied by Russia, and which it claims to have annexed

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FOLLOW US ON ALL PLATFORMS: On this episode of Going Underground, we speak to Prof. Jeffrey Sachs, President of the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network and Former Special Advisor to UN Secretaries-General. He discusses why he is never brought on mainstream media to discuss

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Richard (RJ) Eskow & Richard D. Wolff 15 Jun 2024 • EN

Prof. Richard Wolff on Keir Starmer’s War on the Left.

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Lawrence Krauss & Jeffrey Sachs 12 Jun 2024 • EN

Jeffrey Sachs: Economics, Conflict, and Real-World Diplomacy

Jeffrey Sachs was the youngest tenured professor in Harvard’s history when he was promoted only a few years after receiving his PhD. And for good reason. He is one of the most remarkable intellects I know. I have always been amazed and the breadth of his reading and knowledge, and when I give him one of my physics book

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Ryan Holiday & Katy Milkman 19 Jun 2024 • EN

Commitment Devices For Creating Lasting Change | Katy Milkman

How can we make real, lasting changes in our lives? Katy Milkman talks with Ryan about strategic methods we can use to overcome barriers to change, examples we can learn from The Odyssey, powerful commitment devices, empathy gaps, and more.  Katy Milkman is a Behavioral Scientist, Wharton Professor, and Co-Director of

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