COVIDcast: Joseph E. Stiglitz on global cooperation in a time of international mistrust
Lowy Institute: Live Events
In this episode of COVIDcast, Lowy Institute Research Fellow Alexandre Dayant sat down with Professor Joseph E. Stiglitz to discuss the prospect of global cooperation in a time of rising populism and international mistrust. Joseph E. Stiglitz, a Nobel laureate in economics and University Professor at Columbia University, is Chief Economist at the Roosevelt Institute and a former senior vice president and chief economist of the World Bank.COVIDcast is a Lowy Institute pop-up podcast for anyone interested in understanding the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on global politics. In each episode, Lowy Institute experts and invited guests discuss the implications of this crisis for the world.
Prof Joseph E. Stiglitz on COVID-19 and economic recovery
IfG LIVE – Discussions with the Institute for Government
Economist and Nobel Prize Winner Professor Joseph E. Stiglitz joins IfG Director Bronwen Maddox to discuss how the Coronavirus pandemic will change the shape of economies around the world. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Not since the Second World War has Europe and the rest of the world faced a bigger crisis than we do right now with COVID-19 but how will it affect the economic ideologies of Europe and America? In this episode of the podcast series “Nyt fra Europa” (News from Europe) Professor and Nobel Laureate in Economics, Joseph E. Stiglitz, talks about how the EU and it’s member states should prioritize and organize the economic response to COVID-19 and lay the foundation for systematic changes. Maybe this crisis can be used to create an economy that works for the people and for the planet. How are different countries like the US and Denmark responding to the crisis and how does this reflect on the different ideologies? And how will the crisis affect the European cohesion? Tune in and find out as the professor gives us a tour de force of his visions on how to rewrite the rules of European economy. This podcast is moderated by Kristian Weise Director of Oxfam-Ibis and produced and edited by Julie Rosenkilde and the team in Nyt Europa (New Europe) with financial support from Europa-Nævnet.
#2 FEPS Talks: Nobel Laureate Joseph E. Stiglitz's view on the EU Economy
In conversation with László Andor, Secretary General, FEPSJoseph E. Stiglitz, Columbia University professor, winner of the Nobel prize, in conversation with László Andor, Secretary General, FEPS, about the book he published with FEPS: Rewriting the Rules of the European Economy: https://www.feps-europe.eu/resources/publications/662-rewriting-the-rules-of-the-european-economy.html The discussion in particular revolves around the fiscal rules (Stability and Growth Pact) which, according to Stiglitz, need to be overhauled, even if in the past decade some new avenues opened up for promoting investment in Europe. Stiglitz also elaborates on questions of taxation, and shares his views about the 2019 Nobel laureates, who have been mainly working on the economics of poverty.
Resources 2020 with Joseph E. Stiglitz: "Inequality and Environmental Policy"
Resources for the Future Podcast
RFF hosted a special event with Joseph E. Stiglitz, 2001 Nobel Laureate in Economic Sciences, as part of RFF’s 60th anniversary celebration: Resources 2020, a yearlong exploration of how economic inquiry can address future environmental and natural resource challenges.
Insight With Joseph E. Stiglitz The Real Cost Of The Iraq War
The Frontline Club
Winner of the 2001 Nobel Prize in Economics, Joseph E. Stiglitz of Columbia University is the author of The Three Trillion Dollar War: The True Cost of the Iraq Conflict. The book assesses the true cost of the Iraq War as $3 trillion – and counting – rather than the $50 billion projected by the White House and measures what the US taxpayer’s money would have produced if instead it had been invested in the further growth of the US economy.Joseph E. Stiglitz is now University Professor at Columbia University in New York and Chair of Columbia University’s Committee on Global Thought. He is also the co-founder and Executive Director of the Initiative for Policy Dialogue at Columbia. In 2001, he was awarded the Nobel Prize in economics for his analyses of markets with asymmetric information.Stiglitz was a member of the Council of Economic Advisers from 1993-95, during the Clinton administration, and served as CEA chairman from 1995-97. He then became Chief Economist and Senior Vice-President of the World Bank from 1997-2000.Stephanie Flanders is the BBC’s Economic Editor. Before joining the BBC Flanders worked in New York as a reporter for the New York Times, and as principal editor of the UN’s 2002 Human Development Report. Before heading off to America, she was a leader writer and economics columnist with the FT in London.