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A Correction Podcast

A Correction Podcast

A Correction Team

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A Correction is an economics podcast that seeks to demystify the economy and make economics accessible.

Latest Episodes

Alina Kristin Bartscher on the Growth of Household Debt in America

Alina Bartscher is a PhD candidate at the University of Bonn. Her research fields are applied macroeconomics, inequality and household finance. She completed her master’s degree at the University of Mannheim. Sign up for the newsletterIf you like the show please go to iTunes and give us a rating. It helps other people find A Correction. Thank you! A Correction Podcast Episodes RSS

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Alina Kristin Bartscher on the Growth of Household Debt in America

Lev On Teaching High School Economics

The Ethical Schools Team interviews Lev about teaching economics. A Correction Podcast Episodes RSS For more Ethical Schools podcasts

--1 w ago
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Lev On Teaching High School Economics

Richard Miller and Jon Moscow: Is this really the most important election of our lifetimes?

Richard Miller and Jon Moscow on the 2020 election. Richard Miller taught high school and middle school history for 28 years in NYC. Jon Moscow is a co-host on A Correction Podcast. Sign up for the newsletterLast month over 24,000 people listened to the podcast and lots of people are giving feedback. Thank you. Please don’t hesitate to let us know what topics you’d like us to cover in the future.Get updates about A Correction on TwitterIf you like the show please go to iTunes and give us a rating. It helps other people find A Correction. Thank you!

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Richard Miller and Jon Moscow: Is this really the most important election of our lifetimes?

George A. Tilesch on Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Work

DR. GEORGE A. TILESCHis a senior global innovation and AI expert who is a conduit and trusted advisor between the US and EU ecosystems, specializing in AI Strategy, Ethics, Impact, Policy, and Governance. Most recently, he was Chief Strategy & Innovation Officer for Global Affairs at Ipsos, a global Top 3 research firm, where he led the Digital Impact & Governance research and advisory practice and coordinated AI thought leadership. His global senior executive and strategy consulting leadership track record span decades with government leaders worldwide; Microsoft and Fortune 50 Tech corporations; international organizations and global think tanks; startups/scaleups; and global social innovation leaders. A senior consultant and frequent keynote speaker at major innovation conferences and a guest lecturer at US and EU universities, George is leading an AI Policy Working Group for Club De Madrid-World Leadership Alliance on AI, Trust & Democracy and is involved in multiple World Econo...

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George A. Tilesch on Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Work

Marina M. Tavares on COVID-19 and Gender Equality

Marina Mendes Tavares is an economist in the Research Department of the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Before joining the Fund, Marina worked as an assistant professor at Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de Mexico (ITAM). She holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Minnesota and an MA from the Instituto de Matematica Pura e Aplicada (IMPA). Her research interests include macroeconomics, public finance, gender, and inequality. Her research is available at:https://sites.google.com/site/mmtecon/ Do you get the newsletter?Last month over 24,000 people listened to the podcast and lots of people are giving feedback. Thank you. Please don’t hesitate to let us know what topics you’d like us to cover in the future.Get updates about A Correction on TwitterIf you like the show please go to iTunes and give us a rating. It helps other people find A Correction. Thank you! A Correction Podcast Episodes RSS

--3 w ago
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Marina M. Tavares on COVID-19 and Gender Equality

Michael Bankole on Why Implicit Bias Training Is Not Enough

Michael Bankole is a PhD candidate at King's College London, studying race, racism, and political representation. He is the cohost of the podcastPolitics JaM. Do you get the newsletter?Last month over 24,000 people listened to the podcast and lots of people are giving feedback. Thank you. Please don’t hesitate to let us know what topics you’d like us to cover in the future.Get updates about A Correction on TwitterIf you like the show please go to iTunes and give us a rating. It helps other people find A Correction. Thank you!

--3 w ago
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Michael Bankole on Why Implicit Bias Training Is Not Enough

Jonathan DeVore on Transforming the Sharing Economy in Northeastern Brazil

Dr. Jonathan DeVore is Visiting Assistant Professor in Anthropology at University ofLouisianaat Lafayette. Dr. DeVore received his Ph.D. from the University of Michigan, and has held postdoctoral research and teaching positions at Yale University, Miami University, the University of Cologne, and the University of Bonn. He has been conducting ethnographic and ethnohistorical research in northeastern Brazil since 2002, for nearly two decades. His research focuses on topics ranging from racialization, social hierarchies, land grabs, and social movements to multispecies ethnography, conservation politics, resilience, and climate change. Dr. DeVore’s current book project, under contract with the University of Washington Press, is entitled Emancipation Work: Reconstruction and Renewal in the Aftermath of Brazilian Slavery. The first book in a trilogy, Emancipation Work traces the multigenerational struggles by which freed slaves, their descendants, and other members of the rural poor hav...

--SEP 23
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Jonathan DeVore on Transforming the Sharing Economy in Northeastern Brazil

Marii Paskov and Patrick Präg on Social Class Mobility and Attitudes Towards Immigration

We ask Marii Paskov and Patrick Präg if downward social mobility makes people more hostile towards immigrants. Marii Paskov is a sociologist and an academic researcher working on socio-economic inequalities. Currently she is a British Academy Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Oxford, affiliated to the Department of Social Policy and Intervention, Nuffield College, and the Institute for New Economic Thinking. Patrick Präg works as an assistant professor at CREST/ENSAE and is an associate member of Oxford University’s Nuffield College. He does research on social stratification, social demography, health and wellbeing, and work and family reconciliation. Do you get the newsletter?Last month over 24,000 people listened to the podcast and lots of people are giving feedback. Thank you. Please don’t hesitate to let us know what topics you’d like us to cover in the future.Get updates about A Correction on TwitterIf you like the show please go to iTunes and give us a rat...

--SEP 19
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Marii Paskov and Patrick Präg on Social Class Mobility and Attitudes Towards Immigration

Logan D. A. Williams on Innovation By and For Marginalized People

We speak with Dr. Logan D. A. Williams about global health innovation. Logan D. A. Williams teaches the capstone course for the Science, Technology and Society Scholars Program and a course on engineering ethics for the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Maryland. Previously, at Michigan State University, she taught “Introduction to History, Philosophy and Sociology of Science” in Lyman Briggs College (also a living–learning community) and a graduate course, “Qualitative Field Methods,” in the Department of Sociology. In the classroom, Williams uses evidence-based techniques that enhance students’ ability to communicate professionally, conduct research and analyze findings.Topically, Williams studies health and information technology; however, her broad research interests are: responsible research, inclusive design, gendered innovation, innovation from below, technology transfer, technology users/non-users, and technology governance. She org...

--SEP 15
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Logan D. A. Williams on Innovation By and For Marginalized People

Katharina Bergant on financial shocks in emerging markets

We talk with Katharina Bergant about how the right kind of regulation can enhance macroeconomic resilience. Katharina Bergantis an Economist in the Macro-Financial division of the Research Department at the International Monetary Fund. In addition to her work on monetary and macroprudential policies, her most recent research focuses on the application of microdata in international financial macroeconomics. Before she joined the IMF, Katharina did a research fellowship at the Harvard Kennedy School. Previously, she worked in the Directorate Economics of the European Central Bank and the Monetary Policy division of the Central Bank of Ireland. Katharina was a Grattan Scholar at Trinity College Dublin where she earned her PhD under the supervision of Philip R. Lane. WE ARE STARTING A BOOK CLUB! We are very excited to announce thatthe book clubwill be hosted byFiori Sara Berhane.We will (Zoom) meet on October 20th at 7 pm EST and will be readingSinews of War and Trade by Laleh Khalili. ...

--SEP 11
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Katharina Bergant on financial shocks in emerging markets

Latest Episodes

Alina Kristin Bartscher on the Growth of Household Debt in America

Alina Bartscher is a PhD candidate at the University of Bonn. Her research fields are applied macroeconomics, inequality and household finance. She completed her master’s degree at the University of Mannheim. Sign up for the newsletterIf you like the show please go to iTunes and give us a rating. It helps other people find A Correction. Thank you! A Correction Podcast Episodes RSS

--1 d ago
Comments
Alina Kristin Bartscher on the Growth of Household Debt in America

Lev On Teaching High School Economics

The Ethical Schools Team interviews Lev about teaching economics. A Correction Podcast Episodes RSS For more Ethical Schools podcasts

--1 w ago
Comments
Lev On Teaching High School Economics

Richard Miller and Jon Moscow: Is this really the most important election of our lifetimes?

Richard Miller and Jon Moscow on the 2020 election. Richard Miller taught high school and middle school history for 28 years in NYC. Jon Moscow is a co-host on A Correction Podcast. Sign up for the newsletterLast month over 24,000 people listened to the podcast and lots of people are giving feedback. Thank you. Please don’t hesitate to let us know what topics you’d like us to cover in the future.Get updates about A Correction on TwitterIf you like the show please go to iTunes and give us a rating. It helps other people find A Correction. Thank you!

--1 w ago
Comments
Richard Miller and Jon Moscow: Is this really the most important election of our lifetimes?

George A. Tilesch on Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Work

DR. GEORGE A. TILESCHis a senior global innovation and AI expert who is a conduit and trusted advisor between the US and EU ecosystems, specializing in AI Strategy, Ethics, Impact, Policy, and Governance. Most recently, he was Chief Strategy & Innovation Officer for Global Affairs at Ipsos, a global Top 3 research firm, where he led the Digital Impact & Governance research and advisory practice and coordinated AI thought leadership. His global senior executive and strategy consulting leadership track record span decades with government leaders worldwide; Microsoft and Fortune 50 Tech corporations; international organizations and global think tanks; startups/scaleups; and global social innovation leaders. A senior consultant and frequent keynote speaker at major innovation conferences and a guest lecturer at US and EU universities, George is leading an AI Policy Working Group for Club De Madrid-World Leadership Alliance on AI, Trust & Democracy and is involved in multiple World Econo...

--2 w ago
Comments
George A. Tilesch on Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Work

Marina M. Tavares on COVID-19 and Gender Equality

Marina Mendes Tavares is an economist in the Research Department of the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Before joining the Fund, Marina worked as an assistant professor at Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de Mexico (ITAM). She holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Minnesota and an MA from the Instituto de Matematica Pura e Aplicada (IMPA). Her research interests include macroeconomics, public finance, gender, and inequality. Her research is available at:https://sites.google.com/site/mmtecon/ Do you get the newsletter?Last month over 24,000 people listened to the podcast and lots of people are giving feedback. Thank you. Please don’t hesitate to let us know what topics you’d like us to cover in the future.Get updates about A Correction on TwitterIf you like the show please go to iTunes and give us a rating. It helps other people find A Correction. Thank you! A Correction Podcast Episodes RSS

--3 w ago
Comments
Marina M. Tavares on COVID-19 and Gender Equality

Michael Bankole on Why Implicit Bias Training Is Not Enough

Michael Bankole is a PhD candidate at King's College London, studying race, racism, and political representation. He is the cohost of the podcastPolitics JaM. Do you get the newsletter?Last month over 24,000 people listened to the podcast and lots of people are giving feedback. Thank you. Please don’t hesitate to let us know what topics you’d like us to cover in the future.Get updates about A Correction on TwitterIf you like the show please go to iTunes and give us a rating. It helps other people find A Correction. Thank you!

--3 w ago
Comments
Michael Bankole on Why Implicit Bias Training Is Not Enough

Jonathan DeVore on Transforming the Sharing Economy in Northeastern Brazil

Dr. Jonathan DeVore is Visiting Assistant Professor in Anthropology at University ofLouisianaat Lafayette. Dr. DeVore received his Ph.D. from the University of Michigan, and has held postdoctoral research and teaching positions at Yale University, Miami University, the University of Cologne, and the University of Bonn. He has been conducting ethnographic and ethnohistorical research in northeastern Brazil since 2002, for nearly two decades. His research focuses on topics ranging from racialization, social hierarchies, land grabs, and social movements to multispecies ethnography, conservation politics, resilience, and climate change. Dr. DeVore’s current book project, under contract with the University of Washington Press, is entitled Emancipation Work: Reconstruction and Renewal in the Aftermath of Brazilian Slavery. The first book in a trilogy, Emancipation Work traces the multigenerational struggles by which freed slaves, their descendants, and other members of the rural poor hav...

--SEP 23
Comments
Jonathan DeVore on Transforming the Sharing Economy in Northeastern Brazil

Marii Paskov and Patrick Präg on Social Class Mobility and Attitudes Towards Immigration

We ask Marii Paskov and Patrick Präg if downward social mobility makes people more hostile towards immigrants. Marii Paskov is a sociologist and an academic researcher working on socio-economic inequalities. Currently she is a British Academy Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Oxford, affiliated to the Department of Social Policy and Intervention, Nuffield College, and the Institute for New Economic Thinking. Patrick Präg works as an assistant professor at CREST/ENSAE and is an associate member of Oxford University’s Nuffield College. He does research on social stratification, social demography, health and wellbeing, and work and family reconciliation. Do you get the newsletter?Last month over 24,000 people listened to the podcast and lots of people are giving feedback. Thank you. Please don’t hesitate to let us know what topics you’d like us to cover in the future.Get updates about A Correction on TwitterIf you like the show please go to iTunes and give us a rat...

--SEP 19
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Marii Paskov and Patrick Präg on Social Class Mobility and Attitudes Towards Immigration

Logan D. A. Williams on Innovation By and For Marginalized People

We speak with Dr. Logan D. A. Williams about global health innovation. Logan D. A. Williams teaches the capstone course for the Science, Technology and Society Scholars Program and a course on engineering ethics for the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Maryland. Previously, at Michigan State University, she taught “Introduction to History, Philosophy and Sociology of Science” in Lyman Briggs College (also a living–learning community) and a graduate course, “Qualitative Field Methods,” in the Department of Sociology. In the classroom, Williams uses evidence-based techniques that enhance students’ ability to communicate professionally, conduct research and analyze findings.Topically, Williams studies health and information technology; however, her broad research interests are: responsible research, inclusive design, gendered innovation, innovation from below, technology transfer, technology users/non-users, and technology governance. She org...

--SEP 15
Comments
Logan D. A. Williams on Innovation By and For Marginalized People

Katharina Bergant on financial shocks in emerging markets

We talk with Katharina Bergant about how the right kind of regulation can enhance macroeconomic resilience. Katharina Bergantis an Economist in the Macro-Financial division of the Research Department at the International Monetary Fund. In addition to her work on monetary and macroprudential policies, her most recent research focuses on the application of microdata in international financial macroeconomics. Before she joined the IMF, Katharina did a research fellowship at the Harvard Kennedy School. Previously, she worked in the Directorate Economics of the European Central Bank and the Monetary Policy division of the Central Bank of Ireland. Katharina was a Grattan Scholar at Trinity College Dublin where she earned her PhD under the supervision of Philip R. Lane. WE ARE STARTING A BOOK CLUB! We are very excited to announce thatthe book clubwill be hosted byFiori Sara Berhane.We will (Zoom) meet on October 20th at 7 pm EST and will be readingSinews of War and Trade by Laleh Khalili. ...

--SEP 11
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Katharina Bergant on financial shocks in emerging markets
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