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Any society that allows itself to become radically unequal eventually collapses into an uprising or a police state—or both. Join venture capitalist Nick Hanauer and some of the world’s leading economic and political thinkers in an exploration of who gets what and why. Turns out, everything you learned about economics is wrong. And if we don’t do something about rising inequality, the pitchforks are coming.
 
Um podcast produzido pelo Hanamachi Evento! Bárbara e Roger (organizadores do Hanamachi) comentam sobre tudo aquilo que amam! Cultura pop, cultura japonesa, anime, manga, séries, filmes e claro, produção de eventos! Contaremos com convidados que vão contribuir ainda mais para nossa conversa! O HanaCast é mais um espaço de entretenimento, diversão e arte, por isso tem tudo a ver com o Hanamachi Evento!
 
The HANA Effect is a recurring podcast series of authentic and unscripted interviews with the real people who are leading-edge adopters of SAP HANA. Hosted by SAP veteran Jeff Word, the HANA Effect strives to bring listeners the real stories of how companies are taking advantage of real-time computing to transform their organizations and the lessons they’ve learned along their journey.
 
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This week, labor market economist Suresh Naidu explains how his field attempts to account for the influence of power while studying employee/employer relationships, and unveils the hidden tricks of the coercive labor market. Suresh Naidu is a professor of economics and international and public affairs at Columbia University as well as a fellow at t…
 
Motorsågsmassaker och amningsljud i bakgrunden i veckans podavsnitt. Det snackas om de tre vanligaste sakerna man säger till nån med bebis, Martins läkarstudier och om barnvagnen är ett hinder för att ses som "snygg". Ooooch hur undviker man egentligen att bli en sugproppsmorsa? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Yesterday, a groundbreaking study by the RAND Corporation put the first-ever price tag on how much income inequality costs American workers. The bill? $50 trillion. You read that right: $50 trillion has been diverted from working Americans to the wealthiest 1% since 1975. To make sense of this staggering number, Nick and Goldy are joined by mathema…
 
Economist Olugbenga Ajilore explains how policymakers should be thinking about rural America (it’s not a monolith), and what interventions we should pursue to provide what he calls a “different kind of help.” Olugbenga Ajilore is a senior economist at the Center for American Progress. His expertise includes regional economic development, macroecono…
 
What would the workplace look like if workers were truly free? Elizabeth Anderson, a leading theorist of democracy and social justice, joins Nick and Goldy for an exploration of the ethical limits of market, theories of value and rational choice, and true freedom. Elizabeth Anderson is the Arthur F. Thurnau Professor and John Dewey Distinguished Un…
 
In this special bonus episode, Zach talks to political expert Michael Linden about the message that progressives can, and must, hammer home to win. Michael Linden is the Executive Director of the Groundwork Collaborative, an organization working to advance an economic vision for strong, broadly shared prosperity and true opportunity for all. Twitte…
 
Neoliberalism arose in the 1970s as a response to the failure of Keynesianism to deal with the effects of stagflation. But what is Keynesianism—and who is John Maynard Keynes? In this author interview, Goldy learns from the Keynes expert, HuffPost senior reporter Zachary Carter, how Keynes’ idea defined American liberalism for much of the 1900s. Za…
 
Recessions are inevitable—but the complete economic catastrophe that we’ve experienced for the last five months was not. Professor Trevon Logan explains where we went wrong, debunks myths about the federal unemployment benefit (no, it doesn’t disincentivize people from returning to work!), and calls on Congress to steer us away from this economic c…
 
We know that state budget cuts and other austerity policies worsened the 2008 recession and led to a prolonged, uneven recovery. With state and local leaders already clamoring to meet the impending revenue shortfall caused by the COVID crisis, what have we learned, and what can we do differently? In this bonus episode, Paul talks to Groundwork Coll…
 
Child care in the U.S. has been in crisis mode for a long time. It’s wildly expensive for families to afford, and difficult for providers to make ends meet. But now, in the age of COVID-19, even the future existence of child care in America is in doubt. Jessyn and Nick tackle the value of care work, the impossibility of finding affordable child car…
 
In 12 years, we’ve seen two economic crises with devastating long-term impacts. It seems by now we should be prepared to expect the unexpected… but instead, we’re relying on hastily prepared crisis legislation to save our economy. Again. Economist Lindsay Owens proposes an alternative plan: a standing, off-the-shelf program to stabilize the economy…
 
It’s less than 100 days until Election Day. What are the chances of political realignment? Is vote-by-mail a panacea? And how can despairing citizens contribute to real change? Civic Ventures President and campaign expert Zach Silk and veteran political strategist Cristina Uribe are joining forces to answer your questions about the 2020 election th…
 
Enjoy the full conversation with historian Nancy MacLean, with an extra twelve minutes that didn’t make it into this week’s episode. Nancy MacLean is an award-winning scholar of the twentieth-century U.S. and the William H. Chafe Distinguished Professor of History and Public Policy at Duke University. Her book, Democracy in Chains: The Deep History…
 
If it seems to you like the ultimate goal of the most extreme conservatives is to undermine democracy and cripple democratic institutions—well, according to historian Nancy MacLean, you’re right. This week, MacLean unpacks the meteoric rise in popularity of the radical right’s ideas, and offers a way forward for progressives, based on lessons from …
 
Hanna har fått oväntat besök när hon var ensam hemma av en man hon skulle beskriva som "psyksjuk". Martin avslöjar; kom han in på läkarprogrammet eller inte?! Dessutom; fortsättning på tvåldiskussionen med nya tillskottet "BLIW" och så får vi veta var Hanna ska föda och hur senaste besöket på MVC gick. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out …
 
The foundational metaphor of neoliberalism is that a rising tide lifts all boats. But, like many other assumptions in economic thought, that idea willfully ignores racism. Economist Joelle Gamble joins Jessyn and Nick to explain that when economists fail to scrutinize theories through the lens of race, they perpetuate racist outcomes. Plus, The Sad…
 
Our global system is fragile because we made decisions that made it that way. Where did we go wrong? This week, New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman joins Nick and Goldy to suggest that greed and unfettered globalization are to blame for our vulnerable system, and to discuss what we need to do to get back on track. Thomas Friedman is a New York…
 
HUR kan man kan se på en bil om den är "speciell" och NÄR man gick från hård tvål till pumptvål? Martin saknar gamla munsköljet "vademecum"! Hanna läser upp listan inför BB-väskan och rasar över "fula partners" på förlossningen. Det blir dessutom snack om att kissa på ett förtält (ja, det var Martin) och konstiga vuxna från sin barndom. See acast.c…
 
I grummetvättsåpemiljö hörs Hanna från Sundsvall medan Martin ligger i en skitig obäddad säng i Uppsala, men kanske är han lyckligast. Hanna har ångest över att hon sålt ut sig själv och berättar om varför. Det blir snack om vargtimman, relationer, pengar - och hur man hanterar när sommarkvällen är så vacker att man vill ha det dåligt. See acast.co…
 
Modern Monetary Theory is an attempt to accurately describe how government debt and complex financial systems actually work. MMT can help us responsibly use our resources, and no one is more knowledgeable on the subject than our returning guest this week, Professor Stephanie Kelton. As Congressional debates over the need for a new stimulus package …
 
The fundamentals of economic thought are built on the idea that humans are fundamentally self-interested. But, according to historian Rutger Bregman, that’s a misconception — in fact, humans are fundamentally good, and if we want to realistically address our greatest challenges, we need to reconsider our view of our own human nature. Rutger Bregman…
 
Hanna undrar om Martin är en "person med handsvett" och så finns samförstånd i oviljan att som vuxen "leka". Hur gör man rörelserna till Imse vimse spindel egentligen? Eller Små grodorna? Dessutom diskuteras det som vanligt graviditet, corona, religion och att de båda inte kommer ses innan att Hanna blivit mamma. See acast.com/privacy for privacy a…
 
COVID-19 has exposed the limits of the pharmaceutical market model. This week, patent law expert Tahir Amin joins the show to explain why vaccine development needs new incentives. Tahir Amin is an attorney dedicated to reshaping patent law to better serve the public. He is the Co-Founder and Co-ED of the Initiative for Medicines, Access, and Knowle…
 
Budgets are a reflection of our values, and the money we budget for the police is no exception. Our state and local budgets for what we call “safety” are not getting outcomes that reflect our morals. Seattle-area King County Councilmember Girmay Zahilay joins Nick and Jessyn to lay out five policies elected officials should be pledging to support r…
 
Martin har en relation till ALLA datum i kalendern men minns inte Hannas födelsedag. Hanna lider av ett extremt övergående självhat. Det funderas på om det mer skadligt att vara en perfekt förälder? Dessutom bjuds det på en lång aggressiv rant kring stockholmares snedvridna värderingar och det sinnessjuka i att sätta sin bebis i skolkö. See acast.c…
 
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