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The American Institute for Economic Research, also known as AIER, is an economic research institute located in Great Barrington, Massachusetts. It was founded in 1933 by the 20th century economist Edward C. Harwood with the intention of protecting individual rights and continues to produce quality content on subjects of policy, philosophy and economic science.
What happens to your body during an allergic reaction? Two leading paediatric allergists and researchers, Professor Katie Allen and Professor Mimi Tang from the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute break down in detail the diagnosis, management, prevention, and cure of allergies, as well as the facts and myths about intolerances and treating other diseases like asthma and eczema. For more episodes download the free LiSTNR app
Where technology, science, politics, economy & society meet - think, learn and be entertained a little along the way! Bi-weekly interviews, discussions and latest topics & events that you should know about presented in an interdisciplinary way! GARI is a research institute that uses advanced technology, such as AI with Big Data, to visualise, understand and create the ability to manage globalisation.
Neuropsychologist Professor Vicki Anderson from the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute helps you understand the impacts of a concussion in your children and explains the differences in severity of hits to the head. The podcast details what actually happens to the brain, the steps to help diagnose and manage head injuries, and the advancements in future technology. For more episodes download the free LiSTNR app.
How does a New York city block transform from brothels to boutiques? Can a benevolent dictator cause economic growth? The Success Project Podcast Series explores how development happens at levels you've never considered. The Success Project podcast series is made in collaboration with NYU’s graduate students. Host Will Compernolle invites scholars to present their research and discuss emerging issues in development and economics. Produced by Carmen Cuesta Roca.
The Black Boys and Men: Changing the Narrative podcast series brings together thought leaders to analyze stereotypes and dispel myths concerning Black boys and men, to explore their strengths and achievements, and to discuss the many ways in which all of us can support their progress and well-being. SEASON 2 OUT NOW • JANUARY 20, 2020 For the second season of Black Boys and Men: Changing the Narrative, we took the podcast on the road, from Little Rock to Chicago to Philly and back to NYC. Ho ...
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“You can’t give the lie the same credence as the truth or you will hide in false equivalence and fail the public. Even journalists I know who are socially and politically conservative are signing on to the idea that they must take a stand for the truth.” ~ Llewellyn King
“Adjustments of money prices are the easiest and most obvious way of causing each other to overlook goods’ and services’ non-monetary aspects that would otherwise reduce the amount of mutually advantageous exchange that occurs.” ~ Donald J. Boudreaux
“Art, music, religion, science, language, food, and more all evolve due to the cultural ebbs and flows of human inspiration. Ultimately, the process is not one of theft, but of admiration and respect, and should be treated as such.” ~ Daniel Asia
“Weekly initial claims for unemployment benefits rose to a two-month high, possibly impacted by the current surge in new Covid cases. Regardless, the labor market remains very tight.” ~ Robert Hughes
“Going forward, there should be less of a one-size-fits-all approach to such policy, as a more targeted bill would minimize waste of scarce resources, and curtail detrimental consequences, like inflation, to working-class Americans.” ~ Siddharth Gundapaneni
"The emails quickly made the rounds, and they reveal Fauci’s modus operandi. He speaks 'the science' to the public while working in private to stifle dissenting views." ~ David Waugh & James R. Harrigan
“If we want to argue deficits matter more conventionally, we’ll have to do some more theoretical heavy lifting. The usual aggregate demand stories we tell don’t cut it.” ~ Alexander William Salter
"America does not have the ‘luxury’ of waiting for governments to produce a housing revolution. Instead, by freeing real estate from the boot of urban planners, let’s create the conditions that allow people to thrive!" ~ Isadore Johnson
“Democratic proposals generally involve making the tax code even more complicated, with the Alternative Minimum Tax applying to increasing numbers of taxpayers, and increasing the demand for tax-planning.” ~ Clifford F. Thies
“May 2022 be the year we finally lean into law enforcement as a collaborative and complex undertaking that requires an investment in meaningful engagement.” ~ Rev. Markel Hutchins
“Job openings fell but quits surged to a record in November. Enticing people back into the workforce could help ease supply problems and reduce upward pressure on prices.” ~ Robert Hughes
“While an M.Ed. may look a lot more like an M.SJW. right now, the status quo does not have to be destiny. Education departments are not offering serious classes, but grassroots efforts can help fill the void.” ~ Garion Frankel
“Will the search for technological supremacy lead us to embrace China’s vision of governance by a technologically sophisticated bureaucracy, and what does that mean for individual rights and dignity?” ~ Todd Myers
“It is rarely prudent to assume that a central bank’s central planners can predict the future better than you can, or that they really know what they are doing and why.” ~ Alan Reynolds
“You may not find yourself worshiping at the altar of capitalism, but if you like iPhones, comparison shopping, and merit-based pay, you’re probably not a socialist.” ~ Albert Eisenberg
“The story of Harrison Bergeron should remind Americans that individuals can never achieve equity if the state is powerful enough to enforce equality of outcomes. Like the pigs in Animal Farm, the enforcers will always remain ‘more equal’ than the others.” ~ Robert E. Wright
“Asking the state to celebrate the holiday is no less hostile to freedom than is asking the state to prohibit its celebration. Christmas is, after all, a celebration. And the last thing anyone should want is the government showing up at the festivities.” ~ James R. Harrigan & Antony Davies
“It seems the Fed is not committed to hitting its average inflation target. Inflation will be transitory in the sense that the rate will eventually return to 2 percent. But the price level will likely remain elevated.” ~ William J. Luther
“Observing the expansion over the past two years of the biosecurity state, I detect enormous evil in what the vanguard of progressives incessantly works to do to liberal civilization.” ~ Donald J. Boudreaux
“There’s a part of me that wonders how anybody can use an iPhone to record herself and then share the recording with the entire world and not appreciate how tremendously better life is because of the advance of math, science and technology.” ~ Clifford F. Thies
“The threat of inflation has been apparent for some time now, but those who have the power to do something about it seem to have the attitude that it will go away on its own.” ~ Randall G. Holcombe
“To avoid groupthink and, worse still, bellyfeel, humans need to foster more creative, independent thought, not hackneyed beliefs possible only within the confines of a pinhole view of the world.” ~ Robert E. Wright
“The usefulness of supply and demand is most obvious in the case of microeconomics, which focuses on households and firms. But it’s just as handy for macroeconomics in studying economy-wide phenomena like growth and business cycles.” ~ Alexander William Salter
“AIER’s Everyday Price Index posted its 12th consecutive increase in November, pushing the 12-month gain to the highest since 2008. Shortages of supplies and materials, logistical and supply chain issues, and labor problems are sustaining upward price pressures. Recurring waves of new Covid cases will likely compound the difficulties.” ~ Robert Hug…
“The provisions of H.R. 3 being included in the BBBA will only make matters worse, fail to fix the underlying conditions that have distorted the marketplace, and devastate America’s robust and competitive biopharmaceutical marketplace.” ~ Elizabeth Wright
“In Warren’s home state of Massachusetts, policies blocking the expansion of natural gas pipelines have resulted in Russian LNG tankers in Boston Harbor bringing fuel to the Bay State.” ~ Chris Woodward
“There are better solutions to address this debt than pushing the burden into taxpayers through loan forgiveness schemes. Instead, policymakers should address the rapidly rising costs of college by closing the loopholes within Borrower to Defense Repayment.” ~ Elizabeth Hicks
“The ultimate goal of Democratic lawmakers is Medicare for All. It’s hard to imagine a model with higher costs. If they’re successful, crisis standards of care will become the norm all over the United States.” ~ Sally C. Pipes
“How long will we allow variants to be exploited to maintain a permanent Covidocracy? It’s time for this to end. We need to give this variant a new Greek alphabet name: Omega. As in ‘The last.'” ~ Michael S. Fumento
“The Fed’s recent asset purchases appear to have significantly expanded the money supply. But given the small changes in bank lending, it is not clear what their overall effects will be on inflation and the economy.” ~ Thomas L. Hogan
In response, immigrant-led resistance movements against these environmental hazards are among the most dynamic in our global cities. Yet, we know little about them. In this vein, Prof. Nadia Kim in her new book, Refusing Death, chronicles how Asian and Latina immigrant women activists for environmental justice in Los Angelesnamely cleaner, more bre…
“Powell recommended ditching the term transitory. ‘We tend to use it to mean that it won’t leave a permanent mark in the form of higher inflation,’ he told the Senate Committee. ‘I think it’s probably a good time to retire that word and try to explain more clearly what we mean.’” ~ William J. Luther
“It is one thing to recognize this challenge, as Zemmour does, but the question is what to do? Is it even possible to retreat into nationalism without cutting yourself off from the emerging global economy and society?” ~ Clifford F. Thies
“Today, instead of Aesop Fables, we have Government Fables. One of these Government Fables, College Debt Forgiveness, closely parallels the Ant and the Grasshopper but with a perverted moral.” ~ Michael Heberling
“To protect our free markets, we should not be giving government overreach that much more of a chance to succeed. That’s simply falling into the pro-government trap.” ~ Kir Nuthi
“Government control over supply chains would help make shortages permanent. Supply chains are too complex for anyone, including the managers of companies like Apple and Nike, to understand.” ~ Daniel Sutter
In the first episode, Dr Neil Hill and Reuben Lewis go back to basics - answering the question, 'what is medical research?' Find out how trials are designed - how funding works, how volunteers are protected and what it's like to take part. Reuben shares his own personal experience of volunteering. And Dr Hill talks about the research he has worked …
“Take a cue from Lincoln and appreciate the blessings that we do enjoy rather than pining for things we don’t. Take a cue from the best America has produced and say a prayer of thanks. Happy Thanksgiving.” ~ James R. Harrigan
Join Third World Newsreel, Nodutdol for Korean Community Development, Korean Policy Institute, and The Documentary Forum at CCNY as they view two historical films about the U.S. in Korea The Women Outside: Korean Women and the US Military and Camp Arirang, and hear from a panel of scholars and activists. 2021 is the 71st anniversary of the Korean W…
Join Third World Newsreel and the Documentary Forum at CCNY for a screening of CHINATOWN FILES (2001, 57 min) and conversation with producer/director Amy Chen and filmmaker/multimedia artist and activist Betty Yu. This documentary brought to the public, for the first time, a story deemed classified by the U.S. government for over four decades. Duri…
“If we oversimplify inflation, we won’t know how to fight it, or whether we should fight it at all. Political responses to economic turmoil are bad enough without the additional complication of widespread misperceptions amongst the public.” ~ Alexander William Salter
From the 1950s through the 1970s, blue-collar Filipino Americans, or Pinoys, lived a hardscrabble existence. Immigrant parents endured blatant racism, sporadic violence, and poverty while their U.S.-born children faced more subtle forms of racism, such as the low expectations of teachers and counselors in the public school system. In this collectio…
“The PWG’s worries for the safety of stablecoin users are most applicable to one set of stablecoins: the set including USD Coin and Tether. A ‘banks-only’ model may be an improvement for some stablecoins, but it certainly isn’t the only way to ensure stablecoins are safe.” ~ J.P. Koning
“Retail sales rose in October, hitting a new record high. Resilient consumer spending is a positive for the outlook but also sustains upward pressure on prices.” – Robert Hughes
“Environmental activists call it a ‘methane fee.’ The energy industry calls it a ‘natural gas tax.’ Either way, energy consumers are likely to feel the effects in their pocketbooks.” ~ Chris Woodward
“Freedom of choice is wonderful, and democracy – properly understood and constrained – can be a blessing. But democracy becomes a heinous curse when its ethos is reduced to nothing more than the belief that the majority is free to choose whatever it fancies.” ~ Donald J. Boudreaux
“Although Democrats are on the offense, Republicans were wildly irresponsible when they last held the majority. Watching the Democrats this year gives new meaning to the joke line, ‘I’m from the government and I’m here to help you.’ Remember Sen. Murray.” ~ Doug Bandow
Collaboration and clinical research are critical in combating the global antimicrobial resistance (AMR) threat. The challenges are many but with growing recognition of this world-wide issue comes hope. In this podcast you will hear how the global research community is coming together to tackle the problem on multiple fronts by taking a much broader…
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