Jay Battacharya is a Professor of Economics and Professor of Medicine at Stanford University. Hear what Jay Bhattacharya, Professor, has to say about the pandemic at hand. Watch the interview on YouTube:
Historian and polymath Ralph Raico explores the classic criticisms and seminal critics of classical liberal thought.
Phil Magness is a Senior Research Fellow at the American Institute for Economic Research. He is the author of numerous works on economic history, taxation, economic inequality, the history of slavery, and education policy in the United States. Hear what Phil Magness, of the American Institute for Economic Research, has to say about the pandemic […]
George Walsh (c.1923-2001) was one of those old-school professors who wrote little but read everything. These four lectures on Marxism, delivered in the mid-80s a few years before the collapse of the Soviet bloc, distill decades of study of Marxist ideas with great insight and humor. Lecture 1 covers the Marxism’s intellectual precursors; lecture 2 […]
Peter Arcidiacono joins us to talk about his work in identifying bias and discrimination in the Harvard admissions process. Professor Arcidiacono specializes in research involving applied microeconomics, applied economics, and labor economics. His research primarily focuses on education and discrimination. His work focuses specifically on the exploration of a variety of subjects, such as structural […]
George Smith (1949-2022) was a learned and extraordinarily charismatic autodidact. A wunderkind, or close to it, Smith published his most famous book, *Atheism: The Case Against God* when he was only 25. He once bragged that he dropped out of high school to start college, dropped out of college to start a Ph.D., and then […]
Tyler Cowen is the Holbert L. Harris Chair of Economics at George Mason University and serves as chairman and faculty director of the Mercatus Center at George Mason University.
Full video of Bryan Caplan’s interview with Ron Baker and Ed Kless, hosts of *The Soul of Business* podcast.
In the late 1980s, philosopher George Walsh gave this six-hour course on history’s most influential religions. With his characteristic erudition and humor, he covers so-called “primitive religion,” followed by Indian religion (Hinduism, Jainism, and Buddhism), Judaism and Christianity, and finally Islam.
Part one of the conversation with Luigi: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rKwZqNOeGg4