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Best Business Disciplines Podcasts We Could Find
Best Business Disciplines Podcasts We Could Find
Over the years, podcasts have become an increasingly popular medium for information transfer. They are convenient, timely, with suitable length for commuting, and usually free. They can help you fetch the latest news from all business disciplines, with accounting, economics and finance being some of them. Also, thanks to podcasts, you can keep yourself updated with the latest financial news, stock market prices and much more, on your way to work or at home. If you have the money, but you feel uncertain about what to invest in, you can find many highly rated podcasts where experts share a myriad of investment ideas. In addition, you can listen to experts, invited to guide future entrepreneurs about how to recognize investment opportunities, patent an idea, and on some occasions you can get in touch with them and pose your own questions, should you have one. If you are eager to learn, you can find many business courses, hosted by entrepreneurs, aimed at helping people become effective managers and leaders and realise their truest potential.
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EconTalk: Conversations for the Curious is an award-winning weekly podcast hosted by Russ Roberts of Shalem College in Jerusalem. The eclectic guest list includes authors, doctors, psychologists, historians, philosophers, economists, and more. Learn how the health care system really works, the serenity that comes from humility, the challenge of interpreting data, how potato chips are made, what it's like to run an upscale Manhattan restaurant, what caused the 2008 financial crisis, the natur ...
 
Peter Schiff is an economist, financial broker/dealer, author, frequent guest on national news, and host of the Peter Schiff Show Podcast. The podcast focuses on economic data analysis and unbiased coverage of financial news, both in the U.S. and global markets. As entertaining as he is informative, Peter packs decades of brilliant insight into every news item. Join the thousands of fans who have benefited from Peter’s commitment to getting the real story out to the world.
 
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.
 
Obscure policies, forgotten histories and why America’s like this. The Uncertain Hour explains our weird, complicated, and often unequal economy – and why some people get ahead and some get left behind. Host Krissy Clark dives into obscure policies and forgotten histories to explain why America is like it is – from welfare reform, to the drug war, to why it’s so much harder to get a “good job” right now. The Uncertain Hour goes deep to tell us how we got here and what it all means.
 
Will Covid-19 reshape the global economy or simply shrink it? What are nations doing to protect jobs and businesses from the fallout, and what will the long-term consequences be for labor markets, global supply chains and government finances? On Stephanomics, a podcast hosted by Bloomberg Economics head Stephanie Flanders—the former BBC economics editor and chief market strategist for Europe at JPMorgan Asset Management—we combine reports from Bloomberg journalists around the world and conve ...
 
The Mises Institute, founded in 1982, is an educational institution devoted to advancing Austrian economics, freedom, and peace in the classical-liberal tradition. Our website offers many thousands of free books and thousands of hours of audio and video, along with the full run of rare journals, biographies, and bibliographies of great economists.
 
Can we learn to make smarter choices? Listen is as host Katy Milkman--behavioral scientist, Wharton professor, and author of How to Change--shares stories of high-stakes decisions and what research reveals they can teach us. Choiceology, an original podcast from Charles Schwab, explores the lessons of behavioral economics to help you improve your judgment and change for good. Season 1 of Choiceology was hosted by Dan Heath, bestselling author of Made to Stick and Switch. Podcasts are for inf ...
 
How can you avoid trespassing while playing Pokemon GO? Is "To Catch a Predator" entrapment? Can you use a spring gun in the fall? Lawyer Mike Meadows and his dude like brother-in-law Tommy Smirl tackle the pressing issues of the day in a legal podcast geared to educate and entertain lawyers and non-lawyers alike.
 
The aim of this weekly podcast is to make economics easy, uncomplicated and accessible. With the world at a political, technological and financial tipping point, economics has never been so important to all of us and yet, it’s made inaccessible and complicated by so many. I’ve always thought what is complicated is rarely important and what is important is rarely complicated. That will be our motto. Every week we are going to tease out some big economic or political issue facing us, not just ...
 
Economic Update is a weekly nationally syndicated radio program produced by Democracy at Work and hosted by Richard D. Wolff. The program explores complex economic issues and empowers listeners with information to analyze their own financial situation as well as the economy at large. By focusing on the economic dimensions of everyday life - wages, jobs, taxes, debts, and profits - the program explores alternative ways to organize markets and government policies.
 
This podcast gives you a smart, cool headed and down to earth wrap on the latest finance and investing news from Australia & around the world. Investing legends Scott Phillips and Anirban Mahanti walk you through what’s really going on and what you need to know to make great financial decisions. Subscribe to get your regular fix of BS-free money advice. Sign up for the newsletter at fool.com.au/triplem For more episodes download the free LiSTNR app
 
Disruptors, an RBC podcast, is an ongoing podcast series hosted by SVP John Stackhouse about reimagining Canada’s economy in a time of unprecedented change. It features thought-provoking conversations with Canadian business and innovation leaders about planting the seeds of a new economy.
 
Host June Grasso speaks with prominent attorneys and legal scholars, analyzing major legal issues and cases in the news. The show examines all aspects of the legal profession, from intellectual property to criminal law, from bankruptcy to securities law, drawing on the deep research tools of BloombergLaw.com.
 
Is capitalism the engine of destruction or the engine of prosperity? On this podcast we talk about the ways capitalism is—or more often isn’t—working in our world today. Hosted by Vanity Fair contributing editor, Bethany McLean and world renowned economics professor Luigi Zingales, we explain how capitalism can go wrong, and what we can do to fix it. Cover photo attributions: https://www.chicagobooth.edu/research/stigler/about/capitalisnt
 
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Tom welcomes Erik Wetterling of the Hedgeless Horseman to the show. Erik shows how real assets have never been more undervalued as they are now at 97-year lows. This fact, coupled with poor sentiment towards mining and gold, is a clear sign that this market is massively undervalued. It’s absurd to be talking about being bearish when it comes to min…
 
Shyam Balganesh, a professor at Columbia Law School, discusses the Supreme Court ruling that Google didn’t commit copyright infringement when it used Oracle’s programming code in the Android operating system. Richard Frase, a professor at the University of Minnesota Law School, discusses the first 9 days of testimony in the trial of Derek Chauvin f…
 
Securities attorney Robert Heim, a partner at Tarter, Krinsky & Drogan, discusses the latest craze in digital assets, NFT's (non-fungible tokens), and the spectacular prices they've been garnering. Bloomberg Legal Reporter Patricia Hurtado, discusses the suit for defamation against Netflix by a private equity and real estate executive accused of pa…
 
American house prices have risen more steeply during the pandemic than at any time in the last 15 years. Buyers are swapping big cities for suburbs and smaller, sunnier cities in the South and Mountain West. How might this reshuffle change America's politics? In this episode we’ll take the temperature of the global housing boom, find out how highwa…
 
"Because there's so much debt today relative to 10, 15 years ago, a small debt, a small move in yields, 50 basis points in yields today is equivalent to 2% 15 years ago."Original article: https://mises.org/wire/big-debt-plus-rising-interest-rates-big-dangerThis Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. Narrated by Michael Stac…
 
Not only could the state use the UBI as an instrument of social control; we have every reason to think those in charge of the state would exercise their power for bad motives.Original article: https://mises.org/library/ubi-and-road-serfdomThis Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. Narrated by Michael Stack.…
 
The ostensible reason for continuing clashes relates to a well-attended funeral. But the terms of Brexit have raised tempers, inflaming centuries-old tensions; we ask what might calm them. Alexei Navalny’s condition is worsening in prison: does it really serve the Kremlin’s interests to let him perish? And “poetry slams” are a welcome release in th…
 
The ostensible reason for continuing clashes relates to a well-attended funeral. But the terms of Brexit have raised tempers, inflaming centuries-old tensions; we ask what might calm them. Alexei Navalny’s condition is worsening in prison: does it really serve the Kremlin’s interests to let him perish? And “poetry slams” are a welcome release in th…
 
John Stepek talks to Steve Clapham, investor, analyst and author of The Smart Money Method, about the dangers in picking individual stocks and why you need to know what you're doing; plus, the shift from growth to value; and why the next ten years will be very different from the last. • To get a 30% discount on Steve's book – The Smart Money Method…
 
Tom welcomes Andy Schectman of Miles Franklin back to the show. Andy discusses the incredible demand for bullion and broadening mainstream adoption. Metals are beginning to make up a small but increasing percentage of investor portfolios. He describes the metals markets as unlike anything he has seen in the past thirty years in his industry. He exp…
 
This week we dive into the fascinating history of global constitutionalism and declarations of independence. Linda Colley of Princeton University, author of the new book The Gun, The Ship, and the Pen: Warfare, Constitutions, and the Making of the Modern World, and David Armitage of Harvard University author of The Declaration of Independence: A Gl…
 
Using a recent Dave Smith interview of Michael Malice as a springboard, Bob elaborates his understanding of anarcho-capitalist principles to the thorny issues of vaccine passports and desegregation of the Old South.Find articles and links mentioned in this episode at https;//mises.org/BMS192By Mises Institute
 
What can a travel writer learn from staying at home? Anne McElvoy asks the prolific travel author Paul Theroux about the virtues of being homebound during the pandemic. The author of "Under the Wave at Waimea" reveals that his friend and one-time foe V.S. Naipaul inspired a character in his new book about big-wave surfing in Hawaii. Also, verbal fe…
 
Jamie Dimon touts optimistic fairy tales. Moratoriums on evictions and student loan payments boosting consumer spending. The 70’s were an economic disaster because of the policies of the 60’s. Fed betting the house on inflation being transitory. China’s digital Yuan threatens both Bitcoin and the US Dollar.Free $75 sponsored job credit at https://I…
 
Professor Andrea Matwyshyn, Associate Dean of Innovation and Technology at Penn State Law, discusses why Facebook is likely to face scrutiny from federal and state regulators, as well as lawsuits from consumers, after data on more than half a billion users became widely available online. Kimberly Strawbridge Robinson, Bloomberg Law Supreme Court Re…
 
When it comes to probing the problems of Big Tech, either as a journalist or academic, access is key. Necessary data is highly guarded, often in a "black box", and these companies carefully select what they share and with whom. Few people understand this better than Kara Swisher who has been fearlessly covering and critiquing Big Tech since the 199…
 
The empirical evidence shows that neither minimum wages or welfare reduce poverty. In fact, minimum wages tend to increase the cost of living while poverty rates have gone nowhere since the Great Society was introduced.Original Article: https://mises.org/wire/progressivisms-failures-minimum-wages-welfare-stateThis Audio Mises Wire is generously spo…
 
Private property is an institution central to civilization and beneficial human interaction. When central banks distort this institution with easy money, the social effects can be disastrous. Original Article: https://mises.org/wire/property-based-social-order-being-destroyed-central-banksThis Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher…
 
In this part 2 of the 4-part series, Prof. Harvey examines the development of capital in the period after WW2 through the 1970s, made possible through the repression of left-wing ideologies and an economic development model that promoted a certain kind of lifestyle for white privileged workers. Harvey argues that the Bretton Woods agreement, the po…
 
AccountingWEB legend Glenn Martin joins the No Accounting for Taste team to discuss the easing of lockdown restrictions and to chew over the big headlines from the past week, including IR35, Xero’s latest acquisition and VAT.This month sees the re-opening of significant parts of the indoor economy and outdoor settings on 12 April in England, as the…
 
British and European regulators have addressed a possible link with blood clots. Expect more rare side-effects to emerge; what seems clear for now is that the vaccine’s benefits outweigh any risks. A new analysis shows that a racist American film from 1915 left a long legacy of racial violence. And a shady history of the function and fashion of sun…
 
British and European regulators have addressed a possible link with blood clots. Expect more rare side-effects to emerge; what seems clear for now is that the vaccine’s benefits outweigh any risks. A new analysis shows that a racist American film from 1915 left a long legacy of racial violence. And a shady history of the function and fashion of sun…
 
The U.S. Treasury market is the biggest, most liquid market in the world. Its smooth functioning is also crucial to the economy and the financial system. Yet it keeps experiencing bizarre, seemingly inexplicable bouts of volatility. We saw it in February. We saw it big time last March. And we saw it multiple times in recent years before then. On th…
 
Today I talked to Adam Bryant about his new book (co-authored with Kevin Sharer), The CEO Test: Master the Challenges That Make or Break All Leaders (Harvard Business Press, 2021). Adam Bryant is managing director of Merryck & Co, a leadership development and mentoring firm. Before then, Adam was a journalist for 30 years, including at the New York…
 
Recent weeks have seen an outpouring of optimism about the economic recovery, especially in the U.S. The International Monetary Fund has added its voice to the chorus, predicting developed economies could not only enjoy rapid growth in the coming years but see little or no permanent damage from the sudden collapse in 2020. But is that rebound going…
 
The Australian government has made it clear that after unprecedented spending last year, it's time to slow things down. In America, however, Joe Biden is going the other way, with a jobs and infrastructure package worth two trillion dollars. Also, how young people economically survived the pandemic, and what the price of your coffee can tell you.…
 
After clearing away the Cold War debris that blocked discussion of Marxism's insights since 1945, we focus on Marxism's core contribution to (1) thinking about and (2) changing modern capitalist society. That contribution is class structure and class struggle. Marxism explores how class struggle exists in capitalism, how it influences all of social…
 
China is changing. Relations with the US have plummeted Taiwan is the ground zero for the new China. What happens in Taiwan will affect the global economy for decades to come. We head to Taipei for an explosive local view of regional and global. Also what doe the US's new 20% corporation tax mean for Ireland and the world economy. See acast.com/pri…
 
Tom welcomes Craig Hemke founder of the TF Metals Report and the ever consistent Economist John Adams back to the show. Craig discusses his recent call on shortages beginning in particular mints. Some of the entities like the Comex are too big to fail and like the LBMA they will just change the rules. Breaking the Comex is putting energy in the wro…
 
Hospitals routinely measure patients' blood-oxygen levels to determine the severity of covid-19. Why do these and other medical devices and treatments work less well for non-white people and women? Also, if you can have microwave ovens—why not microwave boilers for central heating? And, we explore how bees run vaccination campaigns too. Kenneth Cuk…
 
Bob helps to clarify the Bitcoin debate. On the one hand, the "no intrinsic value" skeptics are ignoring how Austrians deal with gold, while on the other hand, the "HODL forever" enthusiasts would never allow Bitcoin to become a money.Find articles and links mentioned in this episode at https;//mises.org/BMS191…
 
Lockdowns advocates claim fear of the virus is really what kept people home—and has thus led to the economic destruction of the past year. But they also claim that without forced lockdowns, people will quickly go back to normal. Both can't be true.Original article: https://mises.org/wire/lockdowns-are-more-economically-devastating-voluntary-social-…
 
Forty years ago, the US had almost no legal concealed carry. Then over just a few decades, eighteen states adopted full-blown "constitutional carry" provisions, with many other states adopting concealed carry provisions as well.Original article: https://mises.org/wire/gun-laws-and-decentralization-lessons-constitutional-carryThis Audio Mises Wire i…
 
Ludwig von Mises understood that locally based governance "follows necessarily from the principle of the rights of man.” And it's why Rothbard supported secession and local governance right down to the most local level possible.Original article: https://mises.org/wire/decentralization-step-toward-self-determinationThis Audio Mises Wire is generousl…
 
In Las Vegas, airline passengers plummeted 64 percent during 2020, and the convention business has collapsed. For Vegas, there are troubling signs that the world is not in a hurry to spend freely on extravagant face-to-face meetings.Original article: https://mises.org/wire/can-las-vegas-recover-covidThis Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by …
 
Government money printing may goose GDP, but It will do nothing to fix the losses that millions have suffered from covid restrictions and lockdowns. Original article: https://mises.org/wire/gdp-hides-damage-covid-19-lockdownsThis Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. Narrated by Michael Stack.…
 
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