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Stefan Kierkegaard Sløk-Madsen

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EconRoots er et program om økonomisk teori og økonomisk tænkning. Det er både for dig der kender til økonomi, og for dig som bare er nysgerrig på hvor en af de mest betydningsfulde socialvidenskaber kommer fra og hvad den ønsker at fortælle os. Lyt med fra første sæson hvor vi gennemgår økonomiens teorihistorie og du vil møde betydningsfulde tænkere som Smith, Marx, Schumpeter, Hayek, Keynes og mange flere – En intellektuel nydelsestur der giver dig forståelsen for hvor moderne debatter om u ...
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BeltKomm is a virtual platform with a podcast series that seeks to highlight the opportunities the Fehmarnbelt-link between Denmark and Germany can bring. The podcast will include selected people from Denmark and Germany. This is both in relation to tying Denmark/Scandinavia, Germany and Europe closer together but also in relation to creating growth and regional development in the axis between Hamburg and Greater Copenhagen. My interview partners give their perspective on what opportunities ...
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Today marks a milestone in the history of EconRoots as a podcast. While we have already been blessed with guest appearances from some of the best economists in the field, today we have our first nobel laureate the esteemed Eric Stark Maskin. While we will deal with Maskin important contributions in a later ordinary episode, we are very thankful to …
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Economics model human behavior within the construct of rationality, but what is rational behavior? In this episode we meet Herbert Simon who shows that instrumental rationality is likely not as smart as bounded rationality, at least from a modeling point of view. He also shows that organizations matter for what is to be considered rational behavior…
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Gender issues in society and particularly feminist economics have gotten a lot of attention in recent times, but what exactly is it? Why is it needed and what is the relation to classical economic theory? Today we are joined by Professor Giandomenica Becchio who is the world leading expert in the history of these ideas. We also talk about how and w…
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Show notes: Today we tackle a key concept in economics, the idea of market equilibrium, both general and partial. A part of this talk also involves the role of information and that of regulation. We start with polymath Kenneth Joseph Arrow, a key figure in many economic insights. From him we move to a key Chicago school figure and funnyman, George …
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Today’s episode was recorded in October 2022 at the Market and Society conference. Our honoured guest is Dr. Erwin Dekker. Dr. Dekker is a historian and economist working at the the intersection of culture and economics. He has worked for almost a decade in the department of cultural economics at Erasmus University Rotterdam and Is currently Senior…
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A large part of the economy is the labor market. Not only is it, along with capital, the standard input in simple production functions, it is also a whole beast of it’s own. Just like capital is not just capital, likewise labor is also heterogenous and have unique and important issues relating to matching jobs with skills and people and time; this …
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Today’s episode was recorded in October 2022 at the Market and Society conference. Our honored guest is a premier Austrian school economist Professor Peter Boettke. He is widely published and has been instrumental in promoting modern Austrian economics across campuses in the US and globally. He is currently a professor of economics and philosophy a…
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As economics grew into its own as a scientific discipline, two questions became pressing. 1) How to deal with empirical data, particular separating cause and effect, 2) how to give good and predictive policy advice. A large part of the answer came in the form of econometrics. A distinct form of applied science mixing economic theory with statistics…
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Why do some countries experience growth, while others don’t? The answer is that countries are not ordered in the same way, or as an economist would say; their institutional arrangements differ, and that leads to different outcomes. This in not just a theoretical point, it is in fact highly empirically observable. In today’s episode we will meet thr…
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Welcome to EconRoots. A podcast on the history of Economic Thought brought to you by CEPOS and your host Stefan Sløk-Madsen. As a bonus to our regular seasons we aim to bring you exciting interviews with relevant and stimulating economists and scholars within or related to the field of economics. We call these, EconRoots talk. In today’s talk recor…
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The economist Tyler Cowen has argued that growth should be a stubborn attachment for economists. In today’s episode you will get an idea of why. We start with Solow who’s exogenous growth model is highly famous. From him we learn the power of ideas and how they spread to create growth and property from Romer, and finally the inventor of the carbon …
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Welcome to EconRoots. A podcast on the history of Economic Thought brought to you by CEPOS and your host Stefan Sløk-Madsen. As a bonus to our regular seasons we aim to bring you exciting interviews with relevant and stimulating economists and scholars within or related to the field of economics. We call these, Econ Roots talk. In today’s talk reco…
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Trade is like the air, if it wasn’t there, we would die. But most don’t think much about it. Well, thank the good creator we have economists, because some of those do think about it. In this episode we explain trade theory by recapping the old greats Adam Smith and David Ricardo. Before moving into the joint recipient in 1977, Bertil Gotthard Ohlin…
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We finish our macro theme for now, with some interesting modern perspectives. Both some important discussion about the need for, and the purpose of, economic modeling; Thomas John Sargant and Christopher A. Sims will take us there. They got the prize jointly in 2011, and disagree on some important points. We start with Robert Mundell – cheeky calle…
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This is the second of a two-part episode on modern macro-economics. In today’s episode we talk about Finn Erling Kydland – a Norwegian - and Edward Christian Prescott who got the prize for their joint work on the relation between peoples rational expectations and policy consistency – or rather lack thereof. We continue and end macro (for now) with …
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This is the first of a two-part episode on modern macro-economics. In today’s episode we talk about a distinguished and well rounded British economist Sir John Hicks who got the prize in 1972. We continue with James Tobin who actually got the prize for finance theory, more specifically portfolio selection theory – but he will be mentioned because h…
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Welcome to Econ Root. A podcast on the history of Economic Thought brought to you by CEPOS and your host Stefan Sløk-Madsen. As a bonus to our regular seasons we aim to bring you exciting interviews with relevant and stimulating economists and scholars within or related to the field of economics. We call these, Econ Roots talk. In today’s talk we a…
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In season 1 (Danish) we reviewed the history of economic thought before WWII. The coming seasons are dedicated to the Nobel Price in Economics, and I am joined by economist Otto Brøns-Petersen. The Nobel price is a good benchmark for how the field and profession of economics developed after WWII. We will focus both on the scientific contributions a…
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In season 1 (Danish) we reviewed the history of economic thought before WWII. The coming seasons are dedicated to the Nobel Prize in Economics, and I am joined by economist Otto Brøns-Petersen. The Nobel Prize is a good benchmark for how the field and profession of economics developed after WWII. We will focus both on the scientific contributions a…
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In der zweiten Episode der Podcast Reihe „Der 'HanseBelt' - Bindeglied zwischen Kontinental- und Nordeuropa“ präsentieren und diskutieren wir den Beitrag des INER - Institute of Northern-European Economic Research bei der Parallelsession „A new economic area between Central and Northern Europe“ die im Rahmen der Fehmarnbelt Days 2021 stattfand. Her…
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In der ersten Episode der Podcast Reihe „Der 'HanseBelt' - Bindeglied zwischen Kontinental- und Nordeuropa“ wird das INER Institute of Northern European Economic Research durch ein online Interview mit der Institutsleitung vorgestellt. Im Podcast wird die Zielsetzung des Instituts und die zeitliche Perspektive vorgestellt. Zudem werden die Pläne zu…
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Første sæson er slut med dette afsnit. Vi afslutter med et tematisk tilbageblik på sæsonen og ser om nogle af de mange store tænkere vi har stødt på, måske kan gøre os klogere på pandemier og deres håndtering. Har du nogensinde tænkt over, hvad økonomi er for en videnskab? Hvordan opstod den, og hvem var dens grundlæggere? Eller har du interesseret…
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I dag er vi kommet til en af de vigtigste intellektuelle skoler både inden og uden for økonomi i det 20. århundrede: Chicago-skolen. På dansk tit kaldet monetaristerne. Jeg skriver skoler i flertal, fordi mange lider af den misforståelse, at der er tale om en fælles skole, der deler metode, interesse og mål. Det er ikke rigtigt, der er minimum tre,…
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De fleste gennemgange af økonomiens teorihistorie slutter med Keynes’ død. Det gør vores også. Næsten. Vi tager også et temaafsnit om Chicago-økonomerne. Inden vi kommer så langt, vil jeg i dagens afsnit lave et lille eksperiment. Jeg vil komme med et meget kort overslag over nogle af de vigtige teoretiske udviklinger indenfor økonomi fra 1946 og f…
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I dagens afsnit skal vi samle lidt op på en række tænkere og tanker fra det 19. århundrede, som vi ikke har nået at tale om, men som er vigtige. Vi skal tale om Say, hans lov og hans opdagelse af vigtigheden af entreprenørskab. Vi skal tale om Bastiat og hans vigtige advarsel mod politikfejl og særinteresser. Vi skal tale om Parato og udfordringen …
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Har du nogensinde tænkt over, hvad økonomi er for en videnskab? Hvordan opstod den, og hvem var dens grundlæggere? Eller har du interesseret dig for moderne diskussioner om samfundet, herunder ulighed, ressourceforbrug eller konkurrence? Hvis dette er tilfældet, er økonomiens teorihistorie vigtig og nyttig for dig. Den type af diskussioner er nemli…
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Har du nogensinde tænkt over, hvad økonomi er for en videnskab? Hvordan opstod den, og hvem var dens grundlæggere? Eller har du interesseret dig for moderne diskussioner om samfundet, herunder ulighed, ressourceforbrug eller konkurrence? Hvis dette er tilfældet, er økonomiens teorihistorie vigtig og nyttig for dig. Den type af diskussioner er nemli…
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Har du nogensinde tænkt over, hvad økonomi er for en videnskab? Hvordan opstod den, og hvem var dens grundlæggere? Eller har du interesseret dig for moderne diskussioner om samfundet, herunder ulighed, ressourceforbrug eller konkurrence? Hvis dette er tilfældet, er økonomiens teorihistorie vigtig og nyttig for dig. Den type af diskussioner er nemli…
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Har du nogensinde tænkt over, hvad økonomi er for en videnskab? Hvordan opstod den, og hvem var dens grundlæggere? Eller har du interesseret dig for moderne diskussioner om samfundet, herunder ulighed, ressourceforbrug eller konkurrence? Hvis dette er tilfældet, er økonomiens teorihistorie vigtig og nyttig for dig. Den type af diskussioner er nemli…
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Har du nogensinde tænkt over, hvad økonomi er for en videnskab? Hvordan opstod den, og hvem var dens grundlæggere? Eller har du interesseret dig for moderne diskussioner om samfundet, herunder ulighed, ressourceforbrug eller konkurrence? Hvis dette er tilfældet, er økonomiens teorihistorie vigtig og nyttig for dig. Den type af diskussioner er nemli…
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Har du nogensinde tænkt over, hvad økonomi er for en videnskab? Hvordan opstod den, og hvem var dens grundlæggere? Eller har du interesseret dig for moderne diskussioner om samfundet, herunder ulighed, ressourceforbrug eller konkurrence? Hvis dette er tilfældet, er økonomiens teorihistorie vigtig og nyttig for dig. Den type af diskussioner er nemli…
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Har du nogensinde tænkt over, hvad økonomi er for en videnskab? Hvordan opstod den, og hvem var dens grundlæggere? Eller har du interesseret dig for moderne diskussioner om samfundet, herunder ulighed, ressourceforbrug eller konkurrence? Hvis dette er tilfældet, er økonomiens teorihistorie vigtig og nyttig for dig. Den type af diskussioner er nemli…
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Har du nogensinde tænkt over, hvad økonomi er for en videnskab? Hvordan opstod den, og hvem var dens grundlæggere? Eller har du interesseret dig for moderne diskussioner om samfundet, herunder ulighed, ressourceforbrug eller konkurrence? Hvis dette er tilfældet, er økonomiens teorihistorie vigtig og nyttig for dig. Den type af diskussioner er nemli…
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