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Pitchfork Economics with Nick Hanauer Any society that allows itself to become radically unequal eventually collapses into an uprising or a police state—or both. Join venture capitalist Nick Hanauer and some of the world’s leading economic and political thinkers in an exploration of who gets what and why. Turns out, everything you learned about economics is wrong. And if we don’t do something about rising inequality, the pitchforks are coming.
Economics Design We talk about the design of economic systems. This could be video game simulated economy or real business world like frequent flyer points system or blockchain based token economy.
Economics In Ten Economics In Ten is your go-to podcast if you want to learn about the lives, times and ideas of the world's greatest economic thinkers. Each episode is a fun exploration of a famous economist using ten different questions. Presented by Pete and Gav, your friendly neighbourhood economists, with technical support from Nic and music from Jukedeck - create your own at http://jukedeck.com
Babbage from Economist Radio Named after Charles Babbage, a 19th-century polymath and grandfather of computing, Babbage is a weekly podcast on science and technology. Host Alok Jha talks to our correspondents about the innovations, discoveries and gadgetry making the news. Published every Tuesday by Economist Podcasts. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Conversations in Economics Central Helping Yr11 Prepare for Task 5 Macroeconomic Activity and The Business Cycle In this episode Mrs B interviews DJ about macroeconomic activity including the CFI and the associated calculations and the business cycle. This episode helps our Year 11s prepare for the next assessment :)
Conversations in Economics Central BOP and TOT for Task 6 2022 In this episode Mrs B asks our expert DJ, to explain the BOP and TOT :)
Kim K RUINED Marilyn Monroes dress?!!... Or did she?! Pop Culture From Kim’s crash diets to Biden’s bike crashes we’re covering all things pop culture this week! Did Kim ruin Marilyn Monroe’s dress? Are we team Kim and Pete now? Bad body image and crash dieting? Did Tristen cheat on Khloe again?! Will gas prices drop like Biden on a bike?We just love the tea even though we may not agree but that's what makes it all so much more entertaining! Drop your comments below and let us know what you thought or what we left out! We are also on Spotify, Apple Podcast and more! Search "Yeah No I Know". * Everything we talk about on this podcast is our own individual opinions, not fact. Research everything for yourself and make the best decisions for you. Follow us on Instagram!http://www.instagram.com/yeahno.iknowExtensions We Wear: http://www.instagram.com/Vue.ExtensionsBrooklin http://www.instagram.com/HairByBrooklinJenna http://www.instagram.com/JennaStylesO...Kristen http://www.instagram.com/KristenxLeannehttp://www.KristenxLeanne.com
RaletionSHIP or RelationSH*T ?! - NARCISSIST or LOYAL HUSBAND?! Happy 4th and thanks for spending it with us! So what could be more American then exercising our rights to free speech on social media and talking about first world relationship problems… or relationsh*ts as we like to call them! Today we dissect one of our viewers 9 year marriages to a person we will refer to as “self centered narcissistic pet hater”, but what do we know! Tell us, do you agree or disagree, and what advice would you give our listener? We are also on Spotify, Apple Podcast and more! Search "Yeah No I Know". * Everything we talk about on this podcast is our own individual opinions, not fact. Research everything for yourself and make the best decisions for you. Follow us on Instagram!http://www.instagram.com/yeahno.iknowExtensions We Wear: http://www.instagram.com/Vue.ExtensionsBrooklin http://www.instagram.com/HairByBrooklinJenna http://www.instagram.com/JennaStylesO...Kristen http://www.instagram.com/KristenxLeannehttp://www.KristenxLeanne.com
Is Our Youth TOO Sexualized?? How Far Is TOO FAR? | EP 38 Is there such thing as TOO WOKE? Starting with Johnny Depp & Amber Heard and are women taking abuse claims too far and men being abused by women. Pride 2022, Should children be at ANY type of sexualized events and Christina Aguilera bedazzled some questionably appropriate accessories on stage… is this too far.......and ouch!?! Is it OK for children to be exposed to all this so young?Give us your thoughts, but be nice! We can agree to disagree on anything, but keep it respectful OR you’ll be shown a bedazzled ✌️to the door! We are also on Spotify, Apple Podcast and more! Search "Yeah No I Know". * Everything we talk about on this podcast is our own individual opinions, not fact. Research everything for yourself and make the best decisions for yourself.Follow us on Instagram!http://www.instagram.com/yeahno.iknowExtensions We Wear: http://www.instagram.com/Vue.ExtensionsBrooklin http://www.instagram.com/HairByBrooklinJenna http://www.instagram.com/JennaStylesO...Kristen http://www.instagram.com/KristenxLeannehttp://www.KristenxLeanne.com
ONLINE SHOPPING vs IN STORE SHOPPING. HOW do we get our RETAIL THERAPY | EP 39 Pooping at Homegoods?! 😳Today we are chatting all things retail! Our favorite places to shop, get some retail therapy, and apparently dump out too! Share your favorite places below and let us know where you like to “shop till you DROP” 💩 if you catch our drift 😉! (Come on it cant just be us?!) Not ready to leave us yet? To keep the shop talk going, subscribe to Jenna’s New You Tube channel:https://youtube.com/c/JennastylesAnd as always make sure your'e subscribed to Kristen’s channel if your not already! https://youtube.com/c/KristenxLeanneWe are also on Spotify, Apple Podcast and more! Search "Yeah No I Know". * Everything we talk about on this podcast is our own individual opinions, not fact. Research everything for yourself and make the best decisions for you. Follow us on Instagram!http://www.instagram.com/yeahno.iknowExtensions We Wear: http://www.instagram.com/Vue.ExtensionsBrooklin http://www.instagram.com/HairByBrooklinJenna http://www.instagram.com/JennaStylesO...Kristen http://www.instagram.com/KristenxLeannehttp://www.KristenxLeanne.com
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Inflation Pt. 3 - The Great Divide in Economics Welcome back to the Expanding Economics podcast, in part three of our series on inflation, we delve into the economic history of inflation to better understand why it is a problem and how we keep getting ourselves into this situation. We discuss post-WW1 Germany, the 1970s oil crisis, and how the low inflation in the decades since led us to where we are today. Finally, we ask ourselves the age-old question that has been dividing economists for decades... "is inflation a monetary phenomenon?".
The Miseducation of Economics Most university economics students are exposed to mainly one school of economic thought: neoclassical economics. For students to have an education that promotes critical thinking and an understanding of economic events and policies, they must gain exposure to alternative perspectives, the so-called 'heterodox' schools. The Expanding Economics Podcast aims to shift the focus in economics and incorporate concepts such as environmentalism, clarity and social justice in economic thinking. In our first episode, we discuss the modern framework of university economics education, the dominance of neoclassical economics, and its drawbacks. We are joined by Professor Chris Barrington-Leigh and undergraduate students Lucy Everett, Maanav Sunderaraman, and Claire Downie to wrap our heads around what should be changed in university economics.
Neoclassical Economics and Global Capitalism: How Did We Get Here? In our second episode, we spoke with Julian Karaguesian, economic history professor at McGill University. We discussed how the neoclassical school of thought came to dominate economics as we know it and shape global capitalist society at large. Get in touch at expandingecon.mtl@rethinkeconomics.org
The Economy...Doesn't Exist? There has been a sense of urgency to restart the economy, given that measures to limit the spread of COVID-19 have simultaneously caused a major slowdown of economic activity. Some politicians, such as Lt. Governor of Texas Dan Patrick, have gone as far as promoting human sacrifice in the hopes of saving economic life. This sort of rhetoric that favours the economy over human life brings into question what the function of “the economy” is, if it does not fundamentally serve as a system of human subsistence and existence. In this episode, we speak with scholar of critical theory and post-autonomist thought, Burç Köstem, about whether the economy exists as a distinct social sphere, and whether it really is at odds with public health. Part one of a two-part series examining the role of the economy in serving public interest.
The Erasure of Race in Economic Theory In this episode, we dive into a topic that is ignored by many economists: the role of race and group identity in economics. We have an obligation to acknowledge how, by externalizing race, economic theory upholds racist systems and perpetuates socially unequal outcomes. Our economic status quo fails to support black lives, especially amidst economic shocks such as the COVID-19 pandemic. We speak with Joelle Gamble, principal of the reimagining capitalism team at Omidyar Network, to better understand how racial bias is deeply rooted in economics— in our conception of the “economy”, its focus on objective outcomes, and in the assumptions embedded in economic theory. Part 2 of our 2 part series examining the role of the economy in serving public interest
Divestment 101 While many universities are divesting from fossil fuels in response to the climate crisis, McGill University continues to invest about $40 million in oil and gas. The student activists at Divest McGill have been working hard since 2012 to change this, but McGill’s Board of Governors is not budging. In this episode, we discuss why fossil fuel divestment is important for the environmental justice movement, why institutions often claim that financial investments are not a political issue, and why McGill refuses to divest. We talk to Noah Fisher, a student activist at McGill, and Dr. Darin Barney, a former faculty representative on the Board of Governors, who resigned from the board along with Dr. Derek Nystrom in 2019 when McGill’s Committee to Advise on Matters of Social Responsibility (CAMSR) once again refused to divest. You can learn more about Divest McGill on their website, divestmcgill.com. Darin Barney’s work can be found at darinbarneyresearch.mcgill.ca and griersonresearchgroup.ca.
Inflation Pt.1 - The Impacts of COVID Fiscal Spending Welcome back to the Expanding Economics Podcast!
 
This episode is part one of a three-part series on inflation. As inflationary pressures continue to rise throughout the world, we look at how we got here, what it signals for future economic outcomes and what economic theory does or does not have to say about it.
 
In part one we start with the impact of the pandemic and government fiscal policies on supply chains, aggregate demand and employment. To what extent was government intervention necessary to help keep the economy afloat and what trade-offs had to be made and could we have done better? While there are no clear-cut answers, in this episode we attempt to make a start at dissecting such issues.
 
Thanks for listening and stay tuned for part two!
Inflation Pt. 2 – Yet Another Oil Crisis… This episode is part two of a three-part series on inflation. As inflationary pressures continue to rise throughout the world, we look at how we got here, what it signals for future economic outcomes and what economic theory does or does not have to say about it.
 
In this episode, we discuss the current oil crisis and what it signals as to the future of regards to natural resources, energy and the sustainability movement. How does our systematic dependency on oil effect consumers? Who gets disproportionately affected? Will this crisis expedite the energy transition or is this just wishful thinking?
 
While there are no easy solutions in the short run, we find it essential to think about how this current crisis is yet another sign to take action and rethink the way we power our lives.
 
Thanks for listening and stay tuned for part three!
Prof. Talia Gillis (Columbia) on the Fairness of Machine-Assisted Human Decisions When machine-learning algorithms are deployed in high-stakes decisions, we want to ensure that it leads to fair and equitable outcomes. However, many machine predictions are deployed to assist in decisions where a human decision-maker retains the ultimate decision authority. In this episode of the CLE's podcast series, Prof. Talia Gillis (Columbia) and Prof. Alexander Stremitzer (ETH Zurich) discuss Gillis' study "On the Fairness of Machine-​Assisted Human Decisions" - joint with Bryce McLaughlin (Stanford) and Jann Spiess (Stanford) - on how properties of machine predictions affect the resulting human decisions.
In their study, Gillis, McLaughlin and Spiess show in a formal model that the inclusion of a biased human decision-maker can revert common relationships between the structure of the algorithm and the qualities of resulting decisions. Specifically, they document that excluding information about protected groups from the prediction may fail to reduce disparities. Their results demonstrate more broadly that any study of critical properties of complex decision systems, such as the fairness of machine-assisted human decisions, should go beyond focusing on the underlying algorithmic predictions in isolation.
Paper References:
Talia Gillis - Columbia University
Bryce McLaughlin - Stanford University
Jann Spiess - Stanford University
On the Fairness of Machine-Assisted Human Decisions
https://arxiv.org/abs/2110.15310
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https://youtu.be/ZawLOcbQZ2w
Conversations in Economics Central Yr12 Trade Assessment Preparation In this episode Mrs B asks DJ to explain trade and protectionism ready for our next assessment
EP 35 | SHOULD YOU PICK YOUR BOYFRIEND OVER YOUR BEST FRIEND? Well, here we are with another relationship or relationsh*t! Today we're giving our solicited advice and opinions on a classic relationship scenario: your best and & boyfriend DON'T get along and you're stuck in the middle. Who do you "pick"?? Does a healthy relationship hang in the balance, or is it time to say goodbye to one or both?! Let's find out.We are also on Spotify, Apple Podcast and more! Search "Yeah No I Know". * Everything we talk about on this podcast is our own individual opinions, not fact. Research everything for yourself and make the best decisions for you. Follow us on Instagram!http://www.instagram.com/yeahno.iknowExtensions We Wear: http://www.instagram.com/Vue.ExtensionsBrooklin http://www.instagram.com/HairByBrooklinJenna http://www.instagram.com/JennaStylesO...Kristen http://www.instagram.com/KristenxLeannehttp://www.KristenxLeanne.com
Conversations in Economics Central Helping Yr10 get ready for their Civics & History Assessment In this episode Mrs B interviews DJ about the Year 10 Civics and History Assessment on Aboriginal Rights and Freedoms
EP 34 | Are 40’s REALLY the NEW 30's? Getting older = Age is just a number? Beyonce, Britney Spears, Reese Witherspoon and Chrishell Straus… just to name a few of the most beautiful and powerful women in Hollywood, and guess what?They’re are all in their 40's!!!So does that make it easier to step foot into another decade...? Absolutely NOT 😭 but at least Jenna will be in good company and you know we well be there to give her shit all along the way! What are for friends for anyway?!On this episode we will be reminiscing over our dirty thirties and anticipating what's to come in the fierce forties.What are your experiences, what are you looking forward to and what are you afraid of?!We are also on Spotify, Apple Podcast and more! Search "Yeah No I Know".* Everything we talk about on this podcast is our own individual opinions, not fact. Research everything for yourself and make the best decisions for you.Follow us on Instagram!http://www.instagram.com/yeahno.iknowExtensions We Wear: http://www.instagram.com/Vue.ExtensionsBrooklin http://www.instagram.com/HairByBrooklinJenna http://www.instagram.com/JennaStylesO...Kristen http://www.instagram.com/KristenxLeannehttp://www.KristenxLeanne.com
Prof. Sarath Sanga (Northwestern) on the Origins of the Market for Corporate Law in the USA In this episode of the CLE's vlog & podcast series, Prof. Sarath Sanga (Northwestern) talks with Prof. Alexander Stremitzer (ETH Zurich) about his paper "The Origins of the Market for Corporate Law", a study of the market for corporate charters and the emergence of Delaware as the leader of this market.
In his paper, Prof. Sanga assembles new data on 19th and 20th-century corporations to evaluate two widely-held beliefs: (1) the U.S. Supreme Court is responsible for enabling a national market for corporate charters in the 19th century and (2) Delaware became the leader in this market only because New Jersey (the initial leader) repealed its extremely liberal corporate laws in 1913. In the discussion with Prof. Stremitzer he explains why he argues against both claims.
Paper Reference:
Sarath Sanga – Northwestern University, Pritzker School of Law
The Origins of the Market for Corporate Law
https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3503628
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https://youtu.be/ZawLOcbQZ2w
Right-to-Carry Gun Laws and Their Impact on Violent Crime - Prof. John J. Donohue (Stanford) In this podcast of the CLE's vlog & podcast series, Prof. John J. Donohue discusses the study "Right-to-Carry Laws and Violent Crime: A Comprehensive Assessment Using Panel Data and a State-Level Synthetic Control Analysis" with Prof. Alexander Stremitzer (ETH Zurich).
In their study, John J. Donohue (Stanford), Abhay Aneja (Berkeley) and Kyle D. Weber (Columbia) use indepth state panel data and new statistical techniques to estimate the impact on violent crime when states adopt right-to-carry (RTC) concealed handgun laws. They find that RTC laws increase overall violent crime and that RTC laws are associated with 13–15 percent higher aggregate violent crime rates 10 years after adoption. Using a consensus estimate of the elasticity of crime with respect to incarceration of 0.15, the average RTC state would need to roughly double its prison population to offset the increase in violent crime caused by RTC adoption.
Paper References:
John J. Donohue - Stanford Law School
Abhay Aneja - Berkeley Law
Kyle D. Weber - Columbia University
Right-to-Carry Laws and Violent Crime: A Comprehensive Assessment Using Panel Data and a State-Level Synthetic Control Analysis Journal of Empirical Legal Studies, Vol. 16(2), p. 198-247 (2019)
https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/jels.12219
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https://youtu.be/ZawLOcbQZ2w
Democratizing Behavioral Economics - with Prof. Daniel Markovits (Yale) Behavioral economics — arising from the insight that people make recognizable, systematic mistakes — has revolutionized policymaking. For example, in governments around the world, including the US, teams of experts have recently arisen to harness these insights, promising to do things like increase retirement savings. But there is a problem: Economic experts do not look or think like the rest of the population. They are deeply unrepresentative demographically and have quite different policy views.
In this episode of the CLE's vlog & podcast series, Prof. Alexander Stremitzer (ETH Zurich) talks to Prof. Daniel Markovits (Yale) about a new approach to behavioral economics called "democratic law and economics", a concept developed by Markovits and Prof. Zachary D. Liscow (Yale). Rather than dictating what the right policy or action is, they suggest that behavioral economists instead inform representative samples of ordinary people about the evidence and let them decide for themselves. Those decisions, rather than experts’ opinions alone, should then inform policymakers.
Paper References:
Zachary D. Liscow - Yale Law School
Daniel Markovits - Yale Law School
Democratizing Behavioral Economics
https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=4012996
Audio Credits for Trailer:
AllttA by AllttA
https://youtu.be/ZawLOcbQZ2w
EP 33 | BURNOUT + is Customer Service DEAD?! …our WORST experiences To yelp or not to yelp, that is the question!🤔 Come on we’ve all been on the receiving end of bad customer service.. especially lately! 👎🔥The Burnout is real and customer service is suffering… welcome to 2022!We’re all guilty of it, blowing off a customer and or laying into a sales worker that didNOT deserve it!We’re fully expecting some raw comments and hopefully some thoughtful perspectives on this hot topic!So spill the tea or tequila whatever feels right...we won't judge...much ! lolWe’ll be here waiting1We are also on Spotify, Apple Podcast and more! Search "Yeah No I Know". Ya* Everything we talk about on this podcast is our own individual opinions, not fact. Research everything for yourself and make the best decisions for you.Follow us on Instagram!http://www.instagram.com/yeahno.iknowExtensions We Wear: http://www.instagram.com/Vue.ExtensionsBrooklin http://www.instagram.com/HairByBrooklinJenna http://www.instagram.com/JennaStylesO...Kristen http://www.instagram.com/KristenxLeannehttp://www.KristenxLeanne.com
EP 32 | MONEY SHAMING mind your buisness and keep your two cents Seems like everyone has an opinion on everything these days ex: too skinny, too overweight, wearing too little, wearing too much makeup, botox, plastic surgery and yes… how people spend THEIR $$$ Money! Yeah no we know, We were shocked too! But it made for a great topic and you know we love to tell it like we see it so here we go! Weather you make a little a lot or a stupid amount of money people have something to say about what you do with it. So naturally we have something to say about that! Grab a drink or some emotional eats cause we’re about to drop some truth bombs and we fully expect you to drop yours too… in the comments below of course! We are also on Spotify, Apple Podcast and more! Search "Yeah No I Know". * Everything we talk about on this podcast is our own individual opinions, not fact. Research everything for yourself and make the best decisions for you. Follow us on Instagram!http://www.instagram.com/yeahno.iknowExtensions We Wear: http://www.instagram.com/Vue.ExtensionsBrooklin http://www.instagram.com/HairByBrooklinJenna http://www.instagram.com/JennaStylesO...Kristen http://www.instagram.com/KristenxLeannehttp://www.KristenxLeanne.com
*Fixed* EP 31 | JOHNNY DEPP + AMBER HERD, WILL SMITH, BRITNEY SPEARS Who are the victims and villains? Amber Heard, Sam Asghari, and Jada Pinkett Smith… Yeah no, we DON’T know!In todays episode we chat all things current in pop culture right now! Also find out what do Johnny Depp and Kristen Leanne have in common?Are you team Jonny or team Amber?The true question is…. will this be the day that Amber Heard almost caught Captain Jack Sparrow?!Do all the things and share us with your friends.Also if you share us on Instagram don’t forget to tag us do we can repost you! ❤️We are also on Spotify, Apple Podcast and more! Search "Yeah No I Know".* Everything we talk about on this podcast is our own individual opinions, not fact. Research everything for yourself and make the best decisions for you.Follow us on Instagram!http://www.instagram.com/yeahno.iknowExtensions We Wear: http://www.instagram.com/Vue.ExtensionsBrooklin http://www.instagram.com/MrsBrooklinKeyJenna http://www.instagram.com/JennaStylesO...Kristen http://www.instagram.com/KristenxLeannehttp://www.KristenxLeanne.com
EP 32 | Wedding stories... gone WRONG!! Wedding Mishaps?! Not all weddings have the fairytale ending we were hoping for…. some end with granny having sex with a stranger?! 😳With wedding season is in full effect, in this episode we thought we would share some cringe worthy wedding stories… more like nightmares! Every bride prays for the best on her wedding day, but we are here to share the details of when sh*t goes wrong! One of our personal wedding stories even involves a coroner! Yes you read that correctly. So pour a glass and join us for some awesomely awful matrimony!We are also on Spotify, Apple Podcast and more! Search "Yeah No I Know".* Everything we talk about on this podcast is our own individual opinions, not fact. Research everything for yourself and make the best decisions for you.Follow us on Instagram!http://www.instagram.com/yeahno.iknowExtensions We Wear: http://www.instagram.com/Vue.ExtensionsBrooklin http://www.instagram.com/mrsbrooklinkeyJenna http://www.instagram.com/JennaStylesO...Kristen http://www.instagram.com/KristenxLeannehttp://www.KristenxLeanne.com
EP 29 | The Story of PRETZEL BOY: RELATIONSHIP OR RELATIONSH*T? This episode marks the first relationship advice series with our new name at last! On this series “relationship or relationshit?” we will give our opinions along with all of yours in the comentsif this is a relationship worth saving (relationship) or time to move on 🚩 (relationshit) To kick start this series off were reading about the literal and metaphorical twist and turns of one man’s relationship and how his girl may or may not be able to kick his butt. How that makes him feel and how we would handle it. Want to know why our listener dubbed himself pretzel Boy…? then watch already!! You know where to find us but if not then here’s a little reminder below!
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MENTAL HEALTH ECONOMICS SERIES - In Conversation with Dr Mark Freestone In this episode, we welcomed Dr Mark Freestone, Reader in Mental Health and Director of Education at the Wolfson Institute of Population Health at Queen Mary University and more recently Co-Programme Director of the MSc in Mental Health Economics that launches this September.
Dr Freestone has also consulted on forensic mental health issues for NHS England and the London Violence Reduction Programme and films and television shows such as the BBC America drama series Killing Eve and Channel 4 prison drama Screw.
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Conversations in Economics Central with Craig James from CommSec In this episode Mrs B interviews Craig James, Chief Economist at CommSec to get his views on the latest State of the States report
Conversations in Economics Central Year 12 Exam Revision Special In this episode Mrs B asks DJ for hints and tips to get ready for the Year 12 Unit 4 exam :)
Conversations in Economics Central Year 11 Exam Revision Special In this episode Mrs B asks DJ give hints and tips on how to prepare for the Year 11 Semester1 Exam
Conversations in Economics Central with Paul Bloxham Chief Economist from HSBC Bank In this episode Mrs B interviews Paul Bloxham, Chief Economist from HSBC about the state the economy and the challenges that lie ahead!
EP 27 | SOLICITED ADVICE: Boyfriend is a "secret" drug addict, WHEN to leave?? Here's another episode of our (currently) unnamed series where we take your questions, break down our opinions and offer them up. Today's question comes from someone who is experiencing a boyfriend who is using drugs, disappearing, stealing money from them and more. Jenna has personal experience dating an addict and she has a few things to say.Want to submit a question? Doesn't have to be about romantic relationships! ynikpodcast@gmail.com Send us an email!We are also on Spotify, Apple Podcast and more! Search "Yeah No I Know". * Everything we talk about on this podcast is our own individual opinions, not fact. Research everything for yourself and make the best decisions for you. Follow us on Instagram!http://www.instagram.com/yeahno.iknowExtensions We Wear: http://www.instagram.com/Vue.ExtensionsBrooklin http://www.instagram.com/HairByBrooklinJenna http://www.instagram.com/JennaStylesO...Kristen http://www.instagram.com/KristenxLeannehttp://www.KristenxLeanne.com#ynik #yeahnoiknowpodcast #womenspodcast #relationshipadvice
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How Better Data Helped End Child Marriage in Indonesia Indonesia has the eighth highest number of child marriages in the world. Beyond being a human rights issue, child marriage significantly increases the chance of domestic violence, dropping out of school, and poverty. Misiyah Misiyah, founder and director of feminist organization Institut KAPAL Perempuan, wanted to convince Indonesian President Joko Widodo to increase the legal marriage age from 16 to 19, which could dramatically decrease the rate of child marriage. To do that, she and her colleagues came equipped with reams of data.On the season finale of the Hidden Economics of Remarkable Women, we hear how Misiyah collected grassroots data and used it to build a powerful case to ban child marriage in Indonesia. Later in the episode, host Reena Ninan speaks with Mabel van Oranje, founder of Girls Not Brides and VOW for Girls, about the most effective ways to decrease child marriage globally.Special thanks this week to Alison Holder from Equal Measures 2030, who recommended we talk to Misiyah. You should check out their latest report on countries’ progress toward gender equality and sustainable development goals; it’s pretty sobering. Also, thank you to In-Depth Creative, a lovely podcast company based in Jakarta, Indonesia. They helped produce our interview with Misiyah. The Hidden Economics of Remarkable Women is a Foreign Policy podcast made possible through funding by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
MENTAL HEALTH ECONOMICS SERIES - In Conversation with Professor Denise Razzouk Our guest in this episode is psychiatrist and author, Denise Razzouk, professor and researcher on Mental Health Economics at Universidade Federal de Sao Paulo, Brazil. In this episode we discuss her work on the economic impact of mental disorders, the challenges of how to measure this and ultimately implications for public health policy and resource allocation.
Audio recorded via Zoom.
EP 26 | Relationship Advice for two of our viewers, can you relate? When to break up or make up Porn. Yup, we went there. Does it or doesn’t it belong in a relationship and alternatives to help your partner only have eyes on you. If you haven’t thought about it, your partner probably has! 🙃You asked for relationship advice and we listened! This is our first “relationship advice” episode. While we aren’t experts, we are here to give our advice and input on your relationship questions and help in any way we can! Todays episode digs into a young girls relationship question that revolves around pornography in her relationship. So grab your nudie mags and lube… just kidding… or are we ?! 😉 (Disclaimer, we probably wouldn’t listen while driving the kids home from school)!We are also on Spotify, Apple Podcast and more! Search "Yeah No I Know". * Everything we talk about on this podcast is our own individual opinions, not fact. Research everything for yourself and make the best decisions for you. Follow us on Instagram!http://www.instagram.com/yeahno.iknowBrooklin http://www.instagram.com/MrsBrooklinKeyJenna http://www.instagram.com/JennaStylesO...Kristen http://www.instagram.com/KristenxLeannehttp://www.KristenxLeanne.comExtensions We Wear: http://www.instagram.com/Vue.Extensions
Conversations in Economics Central Year 11 Summary of Unit 1 In this episode Mrs B interviews DJ about the key concepts from Unit 1 Economics
Conversations in Economics Central Year 12 Summary of Unit 4 In this interview Mrs B interviews DJ about the key concepts in Unit 4 :)
MENTAL HEALTH ECONOMICS SERIES - In Conversation with Professor Scott Cunningham As part of our new series focusing on mental health and mental health economics, we chat with academic experts in the field.
Our guest this episode is Scott Cunningham, professor of economics at Baylor University in Waco, Texas. Among his areas of interest are mental health, sex work, abortion, and drug policy.
The audio was recorded using Zoom.
Why Small Business Owners Have Such a Hard Time Getting Loans According to the World Bank, small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) comprise about 90% of the global economy. But these kinds of businesses – too big for microfinance and too small for commercial bank loans with favorable rates – face many hurdles to borrow money. On today’s episode of the Hidden Economics of Remarkable Women, we delve deeper into the “missing middle” credit gap and what can be done to improve SMEs’ access to financing. Also, we look at specific barriers to women business owners, such as how low property ownership rates hinder their ability to qualify for small business loans. Host Reena Ninan talks to Ada Osakwe, founder of the Nuli Juice Company, about the various obstacles she overcame to expand her business – including her first store almost getting destroyed in Lagos, Nigeria. Then, World Bank Financial Inclusion Expert Mahesh Uttamchandani shares the financial solutions he is most excited about for SMEs. Special thanks this week to IFC’s Jessica Schnabel, who recommended we talk to Ada Osakwe, and to Mary Ellen Iskenderian from Women’s World Banking. The Hidden Economics of Remarkable Women is a Foreign Policy podcast made possible through funding by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.*Correction note 3:30 p.m. EST, Apr. 7: An earlier version of this episode called Mahesh Uttamchandani an economist. That has been corrected to reflect his title as a financial inclusion expert. We apologize for the error. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
What Works in Microfinance In its simplest definition, microfinance refers to small loans usually worth less than $1,000 for people with low incomes. Microfinance is a widely discussed idea in development circles, particularly surrounding women’s empowerment. But how effective is it?On this episode of the Hidden Economics of Remarkable Women, we look at why microfinance has had mixed results and learn about the best ways to distribute these kinds of loans. First, we talk to a Turkish Grameen Foundation/Kiva microcredit recipient named Kudret about the impact microfinance has had on her personally. Then, Roshaneh Zafar speaks with host Reena Ninan about her experiences launching the Kashf Foundation, the first microfinance institution in Pakistan and the largest loan provider to women in the country.Special thanks this week to Stephen Rasmussen from the Consultative Group to Assist the Poor, who recommended FP talk to Zafar. Also, thanks to Aslıhan Köksal and Brit Heiring from Kiva, Andrée Simon from FINCA, and a number of others who spoke to us for this episode. The Hidden Economics of Remarkable Women is a Foreign Policy podcast made possible through funding by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
MENTAL HEALTH ECONOMICS SERIES - In Conversation with Francesca Cornaglia We are delighted to be back with our podcast for 2022, with a new series focusing on mental health and mental health economics, where we chat with several experts in the field. To kick off our first episode, we caught up with Dr Francesca Cornaglia, co-programme director for the school’s new MSc Mental Health Economics programme, starting in September.
Recorded over Zoom, all the usual background technology beeps are apparent! We've made a note to switch off all gadgets next time!
More information on the programme or to contact Francesca Cornaglia directly can be found at https://www.qmul.ac.uk/sef/postgrad-study/mhe-hub/
EP 25 | BACHELOR & BACHELORETTE PARTIES: Best Ideas / what are the boundaries?? Today we're trying to come up with some ideas for a bachelorette party for Kristen! We're also discussing bachelor and bachelorette parties as a whole. What's best? Co-ed? Are strip clubs OK? Are they not? What are the boundaries??
The Battle for Women’s Property Rights in Kenya Access to property is arguably one of the most important paths for women’s income security. But for many, there are not only economic barriers to owning property but also legal obstacles. For example, there are approximately 75 countries where women still do not have the same rights as men to inherit property.On today’s episode of The Hidden Economics of Remarkable Women, we follow the story of Rachel Korir. Her legal battle to get her fair share of her father’s property in Kenya revealed gaps in the country’s recent constitutional reforms, which aimed to make property rights equal among men and women. We also speak to Cardiff University professor Ambreena Manji, who specializes in East African land, law, and development. Two years ago, Manji also wrote a book titled The Struggle for Land and Justice in Kenya.Special thanks this week to Dominic Kirui, who first reported about Korir and helped us produce our interview; Olivia Bitanihirwe, who provided Korir’s voice-over; and Mary Ellen Iskenderian, the president and CEO of Women’s World Banking. An early conversation with Iskenderian got us thinking more about property rights. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
EP 24 | SKINNY = HEALTHY? Body shaming, Postpartum Body, Victoria's Secret Models & More Does being skinny mean you're healthy?? What does a "REAL WOMAN" look like? How do you teach your children about being "healthy"? What does that look like for you? Today we're chatting about all things body image and more.Body image is not just about how you see yourself but how others see you as well. It seems our culture is fiercely protecting certain body images while allowing others to be torn apart. Have you heard of skinny shaming? What are your thoughts, cause your about to hear ours. Today we're also covering a bit about postpartum body image, maternity body image, and educating your kids about HEALTH.We are also on Spotify, Apple Podcast and more! Search "Yeah No I Know".* Everything we talk about on this podcast is our own individual opinions, not fact. Research everything for yourself and make the best decisions for you.Follow us on Instagram!http://www.instagram.com/yeahno.iknowExtensions We Wear: http://www.instagram.com/Vue.ExtensionsBrooklin http://www.instagram.com/HairByBrooklinJenna http://www.instagram.com/JennaStylesO...Kristen http://www.instagram.com/KristenxLeannehttp://www.KristenxLeanne.com
Conversations in Economics Central Year 10 Source Analysis In this episode Mrs B explains how to do a History source analysis and explains the answers to our 5 questions :)
Prof. Erina Ytsma (Carnegie Mellon) on the Effects of Performance Pay in Knowledge Creation In this episode of the vlog & podcast series of ETH's Center for Law & Economics, Professor Erina Ytsma from Carnegie Mellon discusses her study “Effort and Selection Effects of Performance Pay in Knowledge Creation” with Dr. Amit Zac (Postdoc at ETH Zurich).
It is well-documented that performance pay has positive effort and selection effects in routine tasks, while its effect in knowledge creation is much less understood. In her study, Ytsma analyses the effects of explicit and implicit career concerns incentives common in knowledge work in a multi-tasking model, and estimates the causal effort and selection effects of performance incentives in knowledge creation, using the introduction of performance pay in German academia as a natural experiment.
Paper Reference:
Erina Ytsma – Carnegie Mellon University, Tepper School of Business
Effort and Selection Effects of Performance Pay in Knowledge Creation
https://gitlab.com/eytsma/research_papers/raw/master/Effort+Selection_Effects-KnowledgeCreation_ErinaYtsma_latest.pdf

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Conversations in Economics Central Year 11 Elasticity and Market Efficiency In this episode Mrs B interviews DJ to help the Year 11 get ready for their second assessment :)
Conversations in Economics Central Year 12 Macroeconomic Objectives and Fiscal Policy In this episode Mrs B interviews DJ about Macroeconomic Objectives and Fiscal Policy to get ready for the Year 12 assessment number 2 :)
Natasha Cox: ’22 Purdue Distinguished Ag Alumna & Regional VP Ag Lending at Farm Credit Mid-America (PAEP 62) Natasha Cox is a 2022 Purdue Distinguished Agriculture Alumna and current regional vice president for ag lending at Farm Credit Mid-America. In this episode, Ken and Halee talk with Natasha about her Purdue experience, advice she has for students, and insights into the US farm economy.
EP 22 | Getting back to real life?! And why you gotta be so mean?!! Part 2.Wrapping up our discussion about how much life has changed since covid, how it’s affected us all and have you gotten back to normal life cause God knows we’re all trying to. In the midsts of finding our new normals it can be stressful so lets not forget we all just went through the something together as world and show some live instead of tearing each other apart… oh ya and smile.Follow us on Instagram!http://www.instagram.com/yeahno.iknowExtensions We Wear: http://www.instagram.com/Vue.ExtensionsBrooklin http://www.instagram.com/HairByBrooklinJenna http://www.instagram.com/JennaStylesO...Kristen http://www.instagram.com/KristenxLeannehttp://www.KristenxLeanne.com
EP 23 | Public School VS Private VS Homeschool?? Vaccine Mandates, American Flags Being Removed... Today we're opening up the discussion about our thoughts on public school vs private school vs homeschool etc. What is the best fitting for you and your family? Do you approve of or disapprove of the many changes going on in our public school systems?? We'd love to hear from you!
What Melinda French Gates and Esther Duflo Think Women Need Right Now Philanthropist Melinda French Gates and Nobel Prize economist Esther Duflo talk with host Reena Ninan about the best ways to empower women economically post-COVID-19 on the premiere episode of the Hidden Economics of Remarkable Women’s (HERO) second season. French Gates is the co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, which supports this podcast. French Gates is also the founder of Pivotal Ventures and author of The Moment of Lift: How Empowering Women Changes the World about her work on gender equality. Duflo is a Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor and won the Nobel Prize for economic sciences in 2019 for her experimental approach to alleviating global poverty. Duflo is the author of Good Economics for Hard Times and Poor Economics: A Radical Rethinking of the Way to Fight Global Poverty.This season on HERO, we will delve deeper into all the obstacles blocking women from their full financial potential and interview women breaking these barriers down. Listeners will hear from people reforming marital laws in South Africa and property rights in Kenya—and what victories in both places would mean for unlocking women’s financial potential. We will also look at which micro-finance strategies work best and why better lending practices could be huge for small- and medium-sized enterprises.The Hidden Economics of Remarkable Women is a Foreign Policy podcast made possible through funding by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.Special thanks this week to all the people who helped make this conversation with Melinda French Gates and Esther Duflo possible, including Amy Jerrett, Laura Dickinson, Bo Jungmayer, Sam Veatch, Lynne Thompson, Heather McCurdy, and Rimjhim Dey. And thank you to Ketki Gujjar and Miraiben Chatterjee, who helped connect us to Sheela from SEWA, and Manveena Suri and Shreya Adhikari for Sheela’s voiceover. Here are links to research cited in today’s episode:- The World Bank’s Women, Business and the Law Project’s most recent 2022 report provided the data behind the numbers we cite at the beginning of the episode: specifically, that women have three-quarters of the rights men have and the fact that women still do not have the same rights as men to inherit property in 75 countries.- The study Melinda French Gates cites toward the beginning of the interview is from the research group ORB International.Finally, if you like HERO, check out Reena Ninan's other great show, Ask Lisa: The Psychology of Parenting. It's on all the platforms! https://feeds.acast.com/public/shows/614c9797ad0d6f00132e0faf See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
EP 21 | When We Were Young Festival, is it safe? Is it legit? + Conspiracy Theories?! Today we're chatting about the revival festival of some of your old favorite bands: The Used, Jimmy Eat World, Saosin etc. Is it a scam? Is it safe? Would you go? Watch our episodes on Youtube as well!
Coming Soon: Season 2 Season 2 of the Hidden Economics of Remarkable Women (HER♀️) launches Tuesday, March 8th – also International Women’s Day. This time around, host Reena Ninan talks to women around the world changing their communities, and countries, through financial empowerment. The Hidden Economics of Remarkable Women is a Foreign Policy podcast funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Conversations in Economics Central Ask the Expert Year 12 Assessment 1 In this episode Mrs B interviews DJ about the business cycle, the AE model and the ADAS model to help students prepare for our first assessment!
A Special Announcement Season 2 of the Hidden Economics of Remarkable Women is out soon! Host Reena Ninan shares more – including a potential gift for our listeners. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Metaverse For All - By Colin Ong Colin Ong can be contacted for tuition at colinongts@hotmail.com. He teachers Economics, GP, Management of Business, Business Studies and English.

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Colin Ong's 345 Wage Model Colin Ong is available for tuition - Email colinongts@hotmail.com

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Conversations in Economics Central Year 11s first assessment In this episode Mrs B interviews DJ about the first Year 11 assessment with hints and tips to make sure students are ready :)
EP 20 | THE MURDAUGH MURDER MYSTERY CASE Today we're chatting about the FALL OF THE HOUSE OF MURDAUGH. A murder mystery case that rattled the south and still continues to this day. One by one, the prominent family gets killed off. But by who?? Watch us on youtube! Search "yeah no I know"Follow us on Instagram!http://www.instagram.com/yeahno.iknowExtensions We Wear: http://www.instagram.com/Vue.ExtensionsBrooklin http://www.instagram.com/HairByBrooklinJenna http://www.instagram.com/JennaStylesO...Kristen http://www.instagram.com/KristenxLeannehttp://www.KristenxLeanne.comKristen's Main Channel http://www.youtube.com/KristenxLeanneKristen's Animal Channel http://www.youtube.com/KristenLeanneVlog
How Covid has changed the education landscape - Colin Ong Colin Ong discuss about education here. He is a private tutor and can be reached at colinongts@hotmail.com. He teaches economics, gp, english and management of business.

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World-Class Education System - Colin Ong Colin Ong shares his views about a world-class education system. He is a seasoned tuition teacher in Economics, GP, Management of Business and English. Please email him colinongts@hotmail.com

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World-Class Education System Part 2 - Colin Ong Colin Ong shares his views about a world-class education system. He is a seasoned tuition teacher in Economics, GP, Management of Business and English. Please email him colinongts@hotmail.com

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Conversations in Economics Central with Mr Hindley the History Expert In this episode Mrs B interviews Mr Hindley our History expert about what makes an excellent History essay and his view of what caused WW2. A great episode for our Year 10 students getting ready for their first History assessment!
EP 19 | Valentines Day vs Galentines Day. Vday love it or hate it? Is the day of love all rainbows and butterflys or a major cringe fest? Why do we love/ hate Valentines Day? Vday date ideas that won't make you roll your eyes and how to celebrate without a man! We got you covered this episode weather you love love or love to hate it!
The Importance of Stamp-collecting - Colin Ong Colin Ong wants to promote stamp-collecting amongst youths for educational purposes. He is a seasoned tutor in Economics, English, GP and Management of Business. Contact him colinongts@hotmail.com

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Go Visit The Museum - Colin Ong Colin Ong wants to promote visiting museums amongst youths for educational purposes. He is a seasoned tutor in Economics, GP and Management of Business. Contact him colinongts@hotmail.com

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Youths and Podcasting - Colin Ong Colin Ong wants to promote educational podcasting amongst youths. He is a seasoned tutor in Economics, GP and Management of Business. Contact him colinongts@hotmail.com

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Conversations in Economics Central with Adam Creighton In this episode Mrs B interviews Adam Creighton, an Economist who writes for the Australian newspaper and who contributes to Sky News Australia. Adam explains what he things are the main issues facing our economy and reasons behind them!
Conversations in Economics Central with Gigi Foster In this episode Mrs B interviews Gigi Foster, Professor of Economics UNSW about the current state of the Australian economy and her predictions for the next 12 months
Discussing "A Network Theory of Patentability" with Prof. Laura Pedraza-Fariña (Northwestern) In this vlog, Prof. Laura Pedraza-Fariña (Northwestern) discusses her paper "A Network Theory of Patentability" with PhD student Margaritha Windisch (ETH Zurich).
Patent law is built upon a fundamental premise: only significant inventions receive patent protection while minor improvements remain in the public domain. Despite its importance, the doctrine that performs this gate keeping role — non-obviousness — has long remained indeterminate and vague. In their article, Laura Pedraza-Fariña and her co-author Prof. Ryan Whalen (University of Hongkong) draw on network theory, a novel approach answering the questions what non-obvious inventions are and how to determine non-obviousness in specific cases.
Paper References:
Laura Pedraza-Fariña - Northwestern Pritzker School of Law
Ryan Whalen - University of Hong Kong, Faculty of Law
A Network Theory of Patentability
University of Chicago Law Review, Volume 87, No. 1, (2020)
https://lawreview.uchicago.edu/publication/network-theory-patentability
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The UN show create Planetary-Territorial Laws - Colin Ong Colin Ong is a private tutor in Economics, GP and Management of Business. For all tuition enquiries, email colinongts@hotmail.com

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EP 18 | HOROSCOPES...Our We Compatible With Our Men?! Let's chat HOROSCOPES! Can you guess what we are?! Are we compatible with our men?!Watch us on youtube too!
Welcome back to Economics in Year 12 :) Mrs B and DJ welcome back the the Year 11 and 12 Economics students back for 2022
Singapore should have more varied tests to match with future jobs - Colin Ong Colin Ong provides private tuition for Economics, GP and Management of Business. Contact him colinongts@hotmail.com for free trial lesson.

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The Metaverse will help us lead better physical lives too - Colin Ong Colin Ong is a private tutor in Economics, GP and Management of Business. For tuition, email colinongts@hotmail.com

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The Accountability and Responsibility of All Universities - By Colin Ong Colin Ong is a private tutor in Economics, GP, Management of Business and English. Contact him colinongts@hotmail.com

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EP 17 | Advice For Our Younger Selves!! Wouldn't it be awesome if you could go back and share some wisdom with your younger self?! Today we're talking about what we would tell our younger selves and reading some of the things you submitted! Watch us on youtube too!
Colin Ong's Message To Stressed Out Students Colin Ong is a well-known private tutor in Economics, GP, Management of Business and English. He will provide an immediate and free trial lesson. Email him colinongts@hotmail.com

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Is Mark Cuban a hero in the pharmaceutical industry? By Colin Ong Colin Ong provides private tuition in Economics, GP and Management of Business. Email him colinongts@hotmail.com for an immediate and free trial lesson.

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The Law within the Metaverse - By Colin Ong Colin Ong is a sought-after economist and futurist. He provides tuition in Economics, General Paper and Management of Business. For an immediate free trial lesson, please email him colinongts@hotmail.com

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Studying and Analysing Tiktok Trends - By Colin Ong Colin Ong is a sought-after economist and futurist. He provides tuition in Economics, General Paper and Management of Business. For an immediate free trial lesson, please email him colinongts@hotmail.com

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Use the Metaverse to build a successful restaurant - Colin Ong Colin Ong will help you in your restaurant business. He is also a tutor who teaches English, Economics and Business. For a free trial lesson, email colinongts@hotmail.com

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Use the 10 Year Series Sparingly - Colin Ong Colin Ong teaches in Economics, GP and Management of Business. He can be contacted colinongts@hotmail.com for an immediate free trial lesson.

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Learn Like A Car Mechanic - Colin Ong Colin Ong provides private tuition in Economics and Management of Business. He will provide a free trial lesson if contacted here: colinongts@hotmail.com

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Ep 16 | Machine Gun Kelly & Megan Fox did WHAT? Celebrity Couples Machine Gun Kelly & Megan Fox did WHAT? Today we're chatting about celebrity couples, celebrity crushes and more. We'd love to hear from you!
How AI will affect your future - Colin Ong Colin Ong is an economist and futurist based in Singapore. For all tuition enquiries and free trial lessons, please email him colinongts@hotmail.com

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The Law and Metaverse - Colin Ong Colin Ong is an economist and futurist. He also tutors in both Economics and General Paper. For a free trial lesson, please email colinongts@hotmail.com

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NFT can protect your own uniqueness - Colin Ong Colin Ong is an economist and futurist. He can be contacted colinongts@hotmail.com for a free trial lesson for economics and business studies.

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The Montreal AI Agenda Montreal is an international hub for artificial intelligence research, with the world’s largest academic AI research community. Industry has quickly followed, with leaders in big tech such as Microsoft establishing research labs in Montreal. In this episode, we unpack the current state of the local AI industry and AI governance with scholar Ana Brandusescu to understand the impacts of this industry on the city of Montreal. 
If you would like to read more of Ana’s work, you can check out her website, https://www.anabrandusescu.com/ or follow her on Twitter @anabmap.
Getting Distinction In An English Exam - Colin Ong Colin Ong provides English Tuition in Singapore. He can be contacted at colinongts@hotmail.com for a free trial lesson.

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Management of Business For A Levels - Colin Ong Colin Ong is an experienced tutor of this subject with a comprehensive set of notes. He will provide an immediate free trial lesson if emailed colinongts@hotmail.com

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We Must Build A New Type of University - Colin Ong Colin Ong is an Economist and Futurist. He can be contacted at colinongts@hotmail.com

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