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Ep. 126 — Do States Act Rationally?

Ep. 126 — Do States Act Rationally?

In this episode of the Yale University Press Podcast, we talk with John J. Mearsheimer and Sebastian Rosato about How States Think: The Rationality of Foreign Policy. Starting with a… READ MORE

It’s Not Deglobalization, It’s Regionalization

It’s Not Deglobalization, It’s Regionalization

Shannon K. O’Neil— Decoupling and derisking, deglobalization, slowbalization, and localization. Journalists, columnists, and more than a few authors are touting the end of an era of hyperglobalization characterized by open… READ MORE

Migration and the End of Empire

Migration and the End of Empire

Peter Heather — However you line up the different factors involved, there’s no doubt that immigration played a major role in the unraveling of the western half of the Roman… READ MORE

Crashes, Crises, Coaching?

Crashes, Crises, Coaching?

Harold James— Economics is not homogenous, especially at the moment. Orthodoxy is challenged, heterodoxy is in, there are calls for new textbooks and New Economic Thinking. Each different style of… READ MORE

Mançur Olson on Oligopoly and Social Norms

Mançur Olson on Oligopoly and Social Norms

Mançur Lloyd Olson Jr.— At least after they reach a certain point, distributional coalitions have an incentive to be exclusive. In the case of collusive oligopolists or others that operate… READ MORE

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