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79 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Adam Smith. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Adam Smith, often where they are interviewed.

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79 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Adam Smith. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Adam Smith, often where they are interviewed.

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Adam Smith on AJ v Fury obstacles, the future of PPV and Whyte v Povetkin in the garden

Froch on Fighting
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Sky Sports' head of boxing Adam Smith joins Carl Froch and Darren Fletcher to discuss the return of boxing behind closed doors, including Dillian Whyte v Alexander Povetkin and Katie Taylor v Delphine Persoon, the future of pay-per-view boxing and whether Anthony Joshua v Tyson Fury could be made with the co-operation of the two main UK broadcasters.

Jul 16 2020

1hr 3mins

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"How Adam Smith Can Change Your Life" Book Panel

Hayek Program Podcast
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Adam Smith’s insights into human nature are just as relevant today as they were 300 years ago. What does it take to be truly happy? Should we pursue fame and fortune or the respect of our friends and family? How can we make the world a better place? In this archived book panel, Russ Roberts, John and Jean De Nault Research Fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution, tackles these questions in a discussion on his book How Adam Smith Can Change Your Life. He is joined by chair Peter Boettke, Director of the F.A. Hayek Program, and commenters Ryan Hanley, Professor of Political Science at Boston College, and Daniel Klein, Professor of Economics at George Mason University.

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Jul 15 2020

1hr 4mins

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Adam Smith: A Couple A Three

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I sat down with Adam Smith and discuss his blog, our current state with Covid 19 and our opinions on the state of, well a bunch of topics some hunting related and some not so much. Enjoy the episode.

May 23 2020

1hr 12mins

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Sky Sports' Adam Smith

Rock n Roll Tennis
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Sky Sports' Head of Boxing drops in to talk of his love of tennis,  his sports heroes, and how the game of tennis can do more to gain new fans.

Co-Host John Lloyd also recounts hilarious stories including when he desperately needed the loo whilst commenting at Wimbledon.

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May 18 2020

1hr 1min

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Ep. 41: Russ Roberts — How Can Adam Smith Change Your Life?

The Curious Task
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Alex Aragona speaks with Russ Roberts as he talks about the ways in which the ideas of Adam Smith can change your life, even so many years later.  

May 13 2020

54mins

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Adam Smith: Talking About His Latest Film On The Replica Of Jackson Hole In Beijing, China

What's Your Why?
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Adam James Smith is an award-winning, US-based filmmaker originally from the United Kingdom. Adam holds degrees from Stanford and Cambridge, the latter of which he is currently an Affiliated Filmmaker at the university’s Visual Anthropology Lab. He is also an Assistant Professor of Multimedia at Florida Atlantic University.

His films focus on the expression of identity in urban China and include The Land of Many Palaces (2015) co-directed with Song Ting, on the “ghost city” of Ordos, Inner Mongolia and his first solo-feature, Americaville (2020) on an American Wild West-themed community in Beijing’s suburbs. The Land of Many Palaces participated in the Sundance Institute workshop and premiered at the 2015 Santa Barbara International Film Festival. The film then went on to screen at festivals around the world, picking up awards in Moscow, Rome, and Kyoto. Adam also embarked on an academic tour in North America, screening at Harvard, Columbia, Duke, Stanford, the Asia Society, and many more universities and organizations.

About Americaville: Hidden among the mountains north of Beijing, a replica of the Wyoming town of Jackson Hole promises to deliver the American dream to its several thousand Chinese residents. In Americaville, Annie Liu escapes China’s increasingly uninhabitable capital city to pursue happiness, freedom, romance, and spiritual fulfillment in Jackson Hole; only to find the American idyll harder to attain than what was promised to her.

Apr 26 2020

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Gustav Peebles: Reclaiming Adam Smith & Splenetic Philosophy

Musing Mind Podcast
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My guest today is Gustav Peebles: professor of economic anthropology at The New School, and author of an explosive essay that turns Adam Smith on his head. 

In our conversation, we explore:

  • The forgotten “splenetic” philosophy of Adam Smith, and how his Theory of Moral Sentiments challenges the popular notion of his economic vision

  • How the conflation of wealth with wisdom is bad for individuals, but great for society

  • How Adam Smith and Karl Marx agreed on false consciousness, but disagreed on what to do about it

  • Social dividends, public goods, UBI, and pencils as a great example of communism

Hope you enjoy!

Apr 05 2020

1hr 9mins

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Quality In A.I. (with Adam Smith from Dragonfly)

The QA Lead Podcast
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Join me for a valuable opportunity to explore the capabilities, challenges, and international standards for building quality AI testing systems with Adam Smith, the CTO of Dragonfly (AI testing solutions and consulting) and expert in QA, testing, and AI. 

Apr 02 2020

31mins

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Macklin's Take #50 with Adam Smith

Macklin's Take - Boxing Podcast
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This week Adam Smith joins me and Matt to look back on over a quarter of a century on the Sky Sports boxing team. The highs, the lows, the ridiculous, the sublime and everything in between.

This episode was recorded on March 6th.

Mar 31 2020

1hr 22mins

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Gold Newsletter Podcast - Stakeholder Capitalism Perverts Adam Smith’s Legacy

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Business leaders and CEOs have recently joined social-justice activists in demanding a new brand of capitalism that serves not only shareholders, but also employees, customers, suppliers, and other “stakeholders.”

Paz Gómez from Ecuador, a policy analyst with Econ Americas and a research associate with the Frontier Centre for Public Policy, explains why such a view is misguided and misses the point of Adam Smith’s famous invisible hand analogy.

In our weekly interview with the Discovery Group, Brandon Macdonald, CEO and director of Fireweed Zinc (TSX-V: FWZ), explains how the firm is both saving money and making strides in community engagement at its Yukon zinc-lead-silver project, Macmillan Pass.

Mar 23 2020

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