This week a special edition from the Bristol Festival of Economics with Helen Thompson and Adam Tooze talking about what might follow the pandemic. From vaccines to changing patterns
What will the post-pandemic world look like? 2020 has revealed the deep connections between our intersecting crises of economy, health, care, gender, race and climate.
Der New Yorker Wirtschaftshistoriker Adam Tooze wird ab jetzt im Wechsel mit Marcel Fratzscher (DIW, Berlin) mit Wirtschaftsredakteur Eric Graydon über die ökonomischen Auswirkungen der
The Geopolitics of Covid: Monetary Policy, Vaccine Races, and Thucydides’ Trap
In this conversation: What we can learn from the diplomatic and economic modes of 1920s and 30s Why Nazi legal theory resonates so well in
The pandemic has shattered economies all over the globe. What can be done about it? Discussion with the Prospect Interview to talk about how the
How Much Should We Fear Post-Crisis Debt or Inflation? My conversation with Nathaniel Whittemore (@nlw) at The Breakdown covers historical analogies for our present moment,
On this week’s World Review podcast, @JeremyCliffe & @emilyctamkin are joined by @adam_tooze to discuss central banks’ role in the coronavirus crisis (& the climate
A return to some of the issues discussed with Politics, Theory, Other in March, including the pandemic’s role in the rise of China, the increasing
Discussion with Kaiser and Jeremy of the SupChina podcast about the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on the U.S. and China, and how it has
Adam joins David on Macro Musings to discuss the COVID-19 crisis, the Eurozone, and the future of central banking. Specifically, Adam and David break down
In Episode 138 of Hidden Forces, Demetri Kofinas speaks with Adam Tooze, professor of history and Director of the European Institute at Columbia University about
Watch the video above or listen to the recording below. Adam joined Tyler to discuss the historically unusual decision to have a high-cost lockdown during
Discussion on the latest twists in the crisis: from the ECB’s change of heart to new threats in emerging markets. What is happening in Germany?
A look at the global situation and the bigger threats we face. Italy, Germany, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Argentina, Russia, Trump vs. the Fed, the US