Professor Mark Blyth and Professor Adam Tooze explore how coronavirus is laying bare the hidden risks embedded within our financial systems and how central banks worldwide are scrambling to paper over those chasms of danger. […]
As concern over Covid-19 shifts from a global health crisis to a global economic crisis we speak to political scientist Mark Blyth, author of the forthcoming book ‘Angrynomics’ about what this pandemic really means for […]
Something strange happened in late April: the price of oil went negative. This below-zero price tag didn’t last long, but it remains unusually cheap. And thanks to the coronavirus, it will likely stay that way […]
An interesting take of the future of economies in the USA, EU, China, and “Developing World”.
Why America’s Growth Model Suggests It Has Few Good Options Read here
Mark Blyth thinking outside of the box again. A refreshing, different take on Brexit. Listen here
Talk by Mario J. Rizzo, Associate Professor of Economics, Director of the Foundations of the Market Economy Program at New York University. Good Introduction by Mark Blyth.
On this episode, something a little different. Aidan Regan is an assistant professor at the School of Politics/International Relations at University College Dublin UCD, and has a podcast we think you’ll like. We think you’ll […]