This week, we talk with Yasemin Besen-Cassino from Montclair State University about gender and early work experiences. Yasemin is the author of a new book: The Cost
Comparative welfare, Roy Moore, and looking dumb on interviews.
We discuss economists and their influence in higher education, political upheaval, and Dream Hoarders.
Rural Trump voters, data falsification, and academic freedom in Denmark.
Creating the Hispanic identity, more Uyghurs, objectivity and activism.