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The Economic and Political History Podcast

Javier Mejia

The Economic and Political History Podcast delves into the intersection of economics, political science, and history. Join us as we introduce you to the world's most influential economists, political scientists, and historians, engaging in informal and insightful conversations about their careers and latest work. Our aim is to bring their expertise to a wider audience through new media, exploring ... more

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Interview with Eric H. Cline, author of '1177 B.C.: The Year Civilization Collapsed' and 'After 1177 B.C.: The Survival of Civilizations' At the end of the acclaimed history 1177 B.C., many of the Late Bronze Age civilizations of the Aegean and Easte... more

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Interview with Branko Milanovic, author of 'Visions of Inequality: From the French Revolution to the End of the Cold War' “How do you see income distribution in your time, and how and why do you expect it to change?” That is the question Branko Milan... more

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Interview with Michael Mann, author of 'On Wars' Benjamin Franklin once said, “There never was a good war or a bad peace.” But what determines whether war or peace is chosen? Award-winning sociologist Michael Mann concludes that it is a handful of po... more

2 months ago

Interview with Rowan Dorin, author of 'No Return : Jews, Christian Usurers, and the Spread of Mass Expulsion in Medieval Europe' Beginning in the twelfth century, Jewish moneylenders increasingly found themselves in the crosshairs of European authori... more

2 months ago

Interview with Guido Alfani, author of 'God Among Men. A History of the Rich in the West' The rich have always fascinated, sometimes in problematic ways. Medieval thinkers feared that the super-rich would act ‘as gods among men’; much more recently T... more

3 months ago

Interview with Felipe Valencia Caicedo, editor of 'Roots of Underdevelopment. A New Economic and Political History of Latin America and the Caribbean' more

4 months ago

I'm thrilled to share with you an episode from a new show called The Civic Agora. This venture is part of the Stanford Civics Initiative, where we explore the essence of citizenship and unravel the threads of thought that construct a flourishing soci... more

6 months ago

Interview with Yasheng Huang, author of 'The Rise and Fall of the EAST: How Exams, Autocracy, Stability, and Technology Brought China Success, and Why They Might Lead to Its Decline' more

6 months ago


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