Podcasts and Other Audio
Here at the CDE, we're eager to engage everyone in the conversation and to learn new things.
We'd love to know the podcasts to which you're subscribing, whether they're from your own country or elsewhere, in English or another language.
If you have something you recommend, email us at crl2 (at) williams (dot) edu, and we'll put them up!
Our Latest Recommendations
Interested in how the developing world is doing? Here are two very good resources from the National Public Radio (NPR) covering various current developments in the developing world. Goats and Soda.
In this episode of VoxTalks, Dominic Rohner discusses an investigation into the relationship between Indonesia’s expansion of schools in the nineties and how increased education was related to a reduction in conflict.
This episode from David Dollar on Dollar and Sense, the Brookings Trade Podcast, discusses the risks and possible financial resources available to African countries to deal with the coronavirus crisis.
In this Vox Talk, Oeindrila Dube discusses an experiment she had been running in Sierra Leone for community health outreach, and how helpful those interventions were during the Ebola outbreak. From April 9, 2020.
As in any “Conversations with Tyler” podcast episode, this discussion between economists Raj Chetty and Tyler Cowen is wide-ranging, spanning some of Chetty’s work on early childhood development, education, okra, taxes, and more.
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Oldies but Goodies
Our favorite podcasts
WorkLife is a podcast from the TED group about “making work not suck.”
VoxTalks discusses the very latest in research, and has been expanding their offerings to include regular updates on evolving research pertaining to the coronavirus crisis and its likely economic impacts.