Economy Talk with Rep. Mindy Greiling

Listen in Wed. October 26, at 6pm when I talk education funding with Rep. Mindy Greiling on KYMN radio 1080 AM or you can join us online at KYMNradio.net.  As soon as the program is archived I will post the link. Former Education Finance Chair, Rep. Greiling says the result of the last session is: […]

October 22, 2011

Economy Talk with Rep. Tom Rukavina

Listen in Wed. October 19th at 6pm on KYMN radio 1080 AM or on line at kymnradio.net. We’ll be talking about higher education and workforce development in Minnesota and the effects of growing inequality in Minnesota and the rest of the country. Rep. Tom Rukavina was a contender for the DFL nomination for Governor. A […]

October 17, 2011

Economy Talk with Dr. Richard A. Levins

My guest for this coming Wednesday’s installment of Economy Talk is Dr. Richard A. Levins, author, lecturer and Emeritus Professor of Applied Economics at the University of Minnesota.  Dr. Levins has been doing a lot of thinking about the middle class and he is working with me on a re-write of my book, The Middle […]

October 11, 2011

Economy Talk: Growth 1929 to 2010 with Tor Dahl

  Join me Wed. Oct. 5th for a conversation with economist Tor Dahl about work he has been doing examining economic growth in the last century.  He says in a recent paper: “There are many variables that affect growth, including war and peace, unemployment and inflation, education and health, savings rate and innovation, technology and […]

October 4, 2011

Economy Talk with Dr. Hsiao: Vermont Single Payer

Last Sunday, I attended a presentation sponsored by the Minnesota Universal Health Care Coalition. Renowned economist, Dr.  William Hsiao  spoke about the recently signed law for a single payer system in the State of Vermont. Dr. Hsiao is the K.T. Li Professor of Economics at Harvard University.  He is one of the most interesting figures in […]

September 29, 2011

Economy Talk with Jennifer Labovitz

Join me this Wed. Sept. 21 for an interview with Jennifer Labovitz, chair of the Council on Crime and Justice.  We will talk about the economic impact of policies that have made America the number one jailer.  Spending so much on keeping so many people in prison takes a toll on our ability to fund […]

September 21, 2011

Economy Talk with Don Hill

Economy Talk, Wednesday Sept. 14th, join me for a conversation with former MEA President and public education advocate, Don Hill. We’ll talk about the importance of labor unions to our economy and give some talk back to all the public employee bashing we hear from the extreme right.  Maybe we’ll even talk about the recent census data, […]

September 14, 2011

Economy Talk: Income Inequality and the Recession

My guest this week on Economy Talk is Martha Paas  (Ph.D. Bryn Mawr) is a macroeconomist who teaches courses in economic history, the history of economic thought, and the economics of the arts. She has lectured and written widely on demography and economic change in early modern Europe , and has a new book forthcoming […]

September 6, 2011

Economy Talk with Rep. Tina Liebling

This Wed. at 6pm I interview Rep. Tina Liebling on my radio show Economy Talk. Listen in to our conversation about the legislative session budget discussions and what’s going with the economy.  Rep. Liebling is in her fourth term and represents Rochester in the Minnesota House and serves on the Public Safety, Health and Human […]

August 30, 2011
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