It’s clear that the UK has voted to leave the EU, but there are still many questions surrounding Brexit. We want to provide some answers for our listeners on the other side of the pond to all of the questions Americans have about Brexit but were afraid to ask. We’ve gathered some of the LSE’s top experts on the […]
Following the recent horrific shooting in Orlando, Florida, we gathered three Americans to discuss their research and direct experience with the politics of gun violence. We contextualise the recent news with a statistical and research frame and then took a specific look at the gun safety policy and political fights that took place in Colorado in 2013.
Chris Gilson of […]
We featured Jeff Frieden in our podcast on the Almighty Dollar, but our interview with him covered so much more. So we decided to share the full interview on the past, present, and future of monetary policy.
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You might be wondering, “Why is this podcast called ‘The Ballpark’?” In this Ballpark Extra Innings segment co-hosts Denise Baron and Chris Gilson spoke to another baseball fan and political economist, Derek Valles, to chat about the overlaps and intersections of baseball and politics.
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In this Ballpark Extra Innings segment co-hosts Denise Baron and Chris Gilson head down to Erich McElroy’s Imperfect Guide to the US Presidential Debates show, and hear some comedy and commentary on the Republican presidential debate, and the US election. This segment features Erich McElroy (@erichmcelroy), Josie Long (@JosieLong), Robyn Perkins (@robynHperkins), and Ola (@olathecomedian).
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