Matthew Feeney joins us to discuss how the rapid advancement of drone technology has both promising and threatening applications.
Our series ends where Menger finishes his foundations—from his theory of exchange, he goes on to discuss market prices and money.
Menger makes one more stab at reforming Classical economics: Land, labor, and capital values are established just the same as any good.
Calhoun’s vision of Americans conquering space seemed even more possible with Samuel Morse’s invention of the magnetic telegraph.
“Life is not eternal and death can separate us, but the Blockchain is forever.” - David Mondrus and Joyce Bayo on their blockchain wedding
Is capitalism giving us anxiety? And are businesses adding insult to injury by profiting from it?
Did Johnson betray his own principle that writers who accept a pension from the King are merely “state hirelings”?
Are we teaching a generation of students the habits of anxious & depressed people?
Florian Baur from Byton talks about how their autonomous cars are prepared for the “sharing economy” of the future.
On Camilo Gomez’s History and Politics podcast, Anthony discusses rooted libertarian history and the magnitude of our current problems.
American exceptionalism predisposes Americans to feel like both the “world’s premiere power and supreme worrier” according to Christopher Fettweis.
How did Justice Abram Smith of Wisconsin challenge the Fugitive Slave Act of 1850?
Continuing the theme of causal realism and economics as a process which always occurs through history, Menger explains the purpose of capital.
Menger takes a moment to address some of the implications resulting from subjective, marginal utility.
This is the second part of Smith’s discussion of how Samuel Johnson made a living as a free-lance writer in 18th century London.
Jesse Norman leads our discussion of Adam Smith as the the father of both economics and social psychology.
At TechCrunch Disrupt we talk with Starkey Hearing Technologies and Pinpoint Pharma about their newest medical devices and technologies.