Capitalism after coronavirus

Updated: 17 Nov 2020 • 11 episodes

The Coronavirus is the pandemic of the century, and will change the world as we know it. Bringing with it the largest economic shock to the global economy since WWII, it will dramatically change our economic structures and institutions. State intervention has been regarded as inevitable, and key aspects of our globalized world have quickly disappeared: borders are back, supply chains are frozen. We introduce you a series of conversations with the world's best social scientists.

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My guest today in #CapitalismAfterCoronavirus is Atif Mian. Atif is a Professor of Economics at Princeton and has become one of the foremost experts on the relationship between financial markets and the macroeconomy. He is the author of the acclaimed book “House of Debt”, where he argues that the gigantic increase in h

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Adam Tooze is my guest today in #CapitalismAfterCoronavirus. Adam is a professor of history at Columbia University, and serves as Director of the European Institute. He is one of the most prolific and wide-ranging intellectuals of our time. He recently wrote the book that many consider the key account of the financial

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Luis Garicano & Dani Rodrik 09 Nov 2020 • EN

#18: Globalization | Dani Rodrik

My guest today is Dani Rodrik. Dani is a professor of International Political Economy at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government. His research revolves around globalization, political economy and economic growth and development. His current work focuses on how to create more inclusive economies, in developed and develop

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Luis Garicano & Michael Pettis 27 Jul 2020 • EN

#16: Trade wars are class wars | Michael Pettis

In this new episode of #CapitalismAfterCoronavirus I talk with Michael Pettis, professor of finance at the Gguanghua School of Management and senior fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. We talk about the current trade war between the US and China, trade deficits and trade models across different ec

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Luis Garicano & John Cochrane 14 Jul 2020 • EN

#14: Insurance vs incentives | John Cochrane

In this new episode of #CapitalismAfterCoronavirus I talk with John H. Cochrane, professor of economics at Stanford University and senior fellow at The Hoover Institute. We talk the need for incentives in the reopening and about the looming inflation crisis.

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Luis Garicano & Olivier Blanchard 14 Jul 2020 • EN

#13: Reopening the economy | Olivier Blanchard

In this new episode of #CapitalismAfterCoronavirus I talk with Olivier Blanchard, professor of economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Chief Economist of the International Monetary Fund during the sovereign debt crisis and currently heading the expert commission that will advise President Macron on how

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