We’re joined by Dr. Ryan Nunn of the Brookings Institute to talk about wage stagnation; what contributes to it, how it has occurred of late, how the dissemination of knowledge about wages at a firm or in a field might affect it and what impact upcoming technologies might have on it. Hosted by Yudong Rao, Elaine Qiu, and Professor David Just.
Today we’re joined by Professor Nancy Chau of Cornell University to talk about her research on sweatshops. Hosted by Yudong Rao, Elaine Qiu, and Professor David Just.
For this episode we are joined by PhD candidate Joy Wu and Professor Aija Leiponen to discuss data privacy; how it is collected, who possess it, and should we have more power to choose how it’s disclosed. Hosted by Elaine Qiu, Yudong Rao, and Professor David Just.
Professor Lindon Robison of Michigan State University joins us today to discuss his pioneering research on social capital. Hosted by Yudong Rao, Elaine Qiu, and Professor David Just.
We are joined by Dr. Michael Smith to discuss his research on honey bee behavior, his passion and history of beekeeping and his study that garnered him an Ig Nobel Prize in 2015. Hosted by Yudong Rao and Professor David Just.
We are joined today by Professor Marc Bellemare of the University of Minnesota to talk about his research on the recent price spike in quinoa due to its rising popularity in many western countries as a ‘health food’ and how this rise as a viable export economically impacts those who traditionally grow and consume it. We also discuss how food staples become staples and why only eating food that indigenous to your region isn’t necessarily a good practice. Hosted by Ceren Karacasu, Yudong Rao and Professor David Just.