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Best Jeanne Hoffman podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Jeanne Hoffman podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Dr. Phil Magness interviews Kevin Currie-Knight on the topic of his dissertation - dealing specifically with the thoughts and prescriptions of prominent 20th century market libertarians for education policy, featuring among others Milton Friedman, Ayn Rand, and Murray Rothbard. Kevin is a fourth year PhD student at the University of Delaware, and a…
 
Bruce Yandle published his original paper, "Bootleggers and Baptists" in 1983. Looking back on the last 30 years and this important theory of regulation Dr. Yandle was gracious enough to talk with IHS Economics Program Officer Mario Villarreal-Diaz about the legacy of this theory, it's current applications, and to share encouraging words for young …
 
In this Kosmos Online Podcast, IHS Philosophy Program Officer Bill Glod interviews Glen Whitman of California Statue University, Northridge and www.agoraphilia.blogspot.com. They discuss Dr. Whitman's current work on "nudge," otherwise known as "libertarian" or "new paternalism" within the broader scope of behavorial economics and the implications …
 
In this Kosmos Online podcast, IHS philosophy program officer Bill Glod interviews Georgetown professor Jason Brennan on his new book "Libertarianism: What Everyone Needs to Know." Apologies for the background noise in the recording. Visit www.kosmosonline.org for more podcasts with libertarian scholars, opportunities, and career advice for classic…
 
IHS History Program Officer Dr. Phil Magness interviews Professor Nick Buccola on his recent book The Political Thought of Frederick Douglass: In Pursuit of American Liberty. They discuss the origins of Dr. Buccola's project, Douglass' philosophical influences, classical liberalism and anti-slavery, and of course, Abraham Lincoln. For more podcasts…
 
We continue our interview with Professor Peter Boettke of George Mason University. In this half of the interview, Professor Boettke talks about Keynes, the history of Keynesian policy, and the necessity for economists to be effective communicators of their research in a continued discussion of his new book, Living Economics. Visit www.kosmosonline.…
 
Jeanne Hoffman interviews Professor Peter Boettke of George Mason University on his new book Living Economics:Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow.Professor Boettke talks about some of the thought behind this book, his thoughts on the field of economics, teaching economics, and how he hopes that it will develop into the future.…
 
Academic conferences can be expensive, especially for grad students on limited budgets. In this Kosmos Online podcast Phil Magness shares tips on attending conferences cheaply as a graduate student and how to best utilize your grant money and make the most of a conference trip. Also, don't forget when you're looking to attend conferences to apply t…
 
In this Kosmos podcast, Jeanne Hoffman interviews Professor Nick Buccola about his upcoming book, "The Political Thought of Frederick Dogulass: In Pursuit of American Liberty." Professor Buccola has written an excellent account of the political philosophy of Frederick Douglass, arguing that Douglass was fundamentally shaped by classical liberal ide…
 
In this Kosmos podcast, Professor Benjamin Barton of the University of Tennessee College of Law expands on his article Harry Potter and the Half-Crazed Bureaucracy to discuss themes of liberty in the Harry Potter series. Professor Barton sees lots of relevant ideas to public choice theory in the Harry Potter series, and believes the popularity of t…
 
In this Kosmos podcast, I'm joined by Anthony Deardurff, Deputy Director of the Federalist Society Faculty Division, recapping the Federalist Society Conference that was held in Washington, D.C. We talk about the various panels that were held and some of the major ideas that were presented at the conference. For short interviews with some of the pa…
 
In this Kosmos podcast, Dr. Craig Yirush talks about his new book Settlers, Liberty and Empire: The Roots of Early American Political Theory 1675 to 1775. Dr. Yirush, an associate professor of history at UCLA, tries to get away from the standard narrative of early American political theory which argues that the roots of political disagreement betwe…
 
In this Kosmos Podcast, Dr. James Stacey Taylor, author of Stakes and Kidneys: Why Markets in Human Body Parts Are Morally Imperative, dives into the philosophical and moral details of the recent court decision legalizing compensation for bone marrow donations. Dr. Taylor (shockingly) thinks this is a good result for everyone involved, and provides…
 
In this Kosmos podcast, Dr. Phil Magness brings along his friend Dr. Paul Weissberg to talk about teaching a course with another professor. Dr. Magness and Dr. Weissberg shared duties in teaching administrative policy at American University in 2008. Currently, Dr. Weissberg is an assistant professor of political science at Augustana College in Illi…
 
In this Kosmos Online podcast, I'm joined by Dr. David Skarbek, a Searle visiting assistant professor in political science at Duke University. Dr. Skarbek has done extensive research in prison gangs, and joins us to talk about how prison gangs provide "governance in the absence of government", how prison gangs incorporate written constitutions, and…
 
In this Kosmos Online podcast, I have the pleasure of speaking with Dr. Steve Horwitz and Dr. Art Carden about writing for the media as academics. Dr. Carden is a professor of economics at Rhodes College and a contributor at Forbes, and Dr. Horwitz is the Charles A. Dana Professor and Chair of Economics at St. Lawrence University and contributor at…
 
In this Kosmos podcast, our guest host, Dr. James Harrigan, speaks with Dr. Geoffrey Sayre-McCord, co-director of the joint UNC-Duke Philosophy, Politics and Economics program. Dr. Sayre-McCord shares how the program got started, what some of the challenges were, shares some successes, and gives general advice on starting a joint program at your un…
 
In this Kosmos podcast, Dan D'Amico, Phil Magness and Adam Martin recap the Southern Economic Association's annual meeting in Washington, D.C. The three scholars discuss the most interesting panels, The Menger Essay Contest winners, the increased attendance at the IHS reception and the Society for the Development of Austrian Economics' dinner, and …
 
In this Kosmos podcast, Dr. Kevin Grier of the University of Oklahoma shares his classroom assignment where he had students role play the Argentinian debt crisis. Dr. Grier explains how he structured the assignment, why he incorporates creative assignments in some of his economics courses, and provides a few book suggestions for becoming a better t…
 
In this Kosmos Online podcast, I'm once again speaking with economics professor Dr. Dan D'Amico of Loyola University in New Orleans. Dr. D'Amico builds off his previous podcast about creating a libertarian community as a graduate student to give some advice on what to do once you become faculty to faciliate liberty-friendly conversations.…
 
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