Archive for the ‘Podcast’ Category

What’s the Fed Up to? Podcast version.

June 13th, 2017

Sure, you can read the posts here at OTE, and be [choose as many as apply: better informed, entertained, annoyed, put to sleep]. And/or, you can listen to the latest episode of OTE podcast while you’re exercising, cooking, chilling, etc. Get it on SoundCloud, iTunes, Stitchr, Google Play, or TuneIn. This episode is all about the Federal Reserve, which is meeting as… Read more

OTEpc #7: Inclusive immigration policies

April 18th, 2017

Episode #7 of the On the Economy podcast, on the fiscal and economic impacts of immigration, is yours for the clicking. Our guests–Erica Williams and Meg Wiehe, take us through their timely, important research about the benefits of inclusive immigration policies for unauthorized immigrants. And violinist virtuoso Hilary Hahn “joins” us (I can dream, can’t… Read more

OTEpc: Episode #6

April 6th, 2017

Check it out, cats and kittens, as Ben and I briefly kibbitz on current events (healthcare and taxes) before getting into a discussion of trade policy with our illustrious guest Lori Wallach, with whom I’ve worked closely on these issues, and Chad Bown, who brings a smart take from the more traditional econo-corner. Oh, and… Read more

Hey Peeps: On the Economy, Podcast #4 is Live!

March 7th, 2017

In this episode, Ben and I talk about the increasing importance of the Labor Dept with one of our favorite advocates in this space, Judy Conti from the National Employment Law Project (an advocacy organization whose board I chair). If you’re thinking, “why do I need to learn about what the Labor Dept does?” then you’re… Read more