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March 11 2012


Making it: manufacturing and globalisation - Rear Vision - ABC Radio National (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Over the last 30 years, manufacturing has moved from the rich industrialised countries to the poor nations of Asia. How did this happen and does it matter? Guests: Professor Richard Sylla, Chairman of the Museum of American Finance and an economic historian at New York University Dr Bob Hancké, Reader in European Political Economy, London School of Economics Dr Andrew Walter, Reader in International Political Economy, London School of Economics Christopher Lloyd, Professor of Economic History in the School of Business, Economics and Public Policy, University of New England, Visiting Professor at the Nordwel Centre Helsinki University Ross Gittins, Economic columnist for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/rearvision/making-it3b-manufacturing-in-the-west/3865626

January 29 2012


Podcast: Listen Now!

SAP consultant and author Jon Reed provides career and market trends advice and commentary on the SAP industry in free mp3 podcasts and also answers questions in his SAP blog. http://www.jonerp.com/content/view/418/1/
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Jon Reed on SAP

SAP consultant and author Jon Reed provides career and market trends advice and commentary on the SAP industry in free mp3 podcasts and also answers questions in his SAP blog. http://www.jonerp.com/content/view/416/1/

November 17 2011


This American Life #37: The Job That Takes Over Your Life

Radio producer Scott Carrier quit his job at a low moment in his life. His wife left him and took the kids. And he got a job interviewing schizophrenics for some medical researchers. After doing it a while, he began to wonder if he was a schizophrenic himself. And more stories.

March 24 2011


August 26 2010


Week in the News

Home sales plunge. Mass murder in Mexico. Top Republicans says, “I’m gay.” Our weekly news roundtable goes behind the headlines.

August 11 2010


Deflation Fears: A Lost U.S. Decade?

Deflation worries. High unemployment and low consumer confidence. Is the US looking at a Japan-style meltdown?

July 13 2010


Niall Ferguson: A Checkup on Global Financial Health

http://www.onpointradio.org/2010/06/niall-ferguson-a-checkup-on-global-financial Bigfoot historian Niall Ferguson made his name with a fearless readiness to speak to history and our moment in it in the biggest terms. If you want to talk about the rise and fall of empires – Roman, American, British, Soviet – Ferguson’s your man. Now he’s followed history right into the middle of a raging debate over whether we need more stimulus spending right now, or need to slam on the spending brakes to avoid a system collapse. Ferguson’s a hit-the-brakes man. He dukes it out with Paul Krugman

July 12 2010


Downscale Work and the Unemployed

The harsh new American debate over unemployment benefits. Should the unemployed just grab a shovel? Dig a ditch? Are those jobs even there?

June 17 2010


Dangerous Economic Fault Lines

New analysis of deep fault lines still threatening our economy and the world’s.
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