John Markoff interviews Margaret Levi
This is the first in a series of audio conversations — now part of the podcast Human Centered — about special projects and work being undertaken by scholars at the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences (CASBS). The conversations are moderated by John Markoff, a former New York Times reporter, who was a Center fellow in 2017–2018 and now is a CASBS research affiliate. The series starts with a conversation between John and Margaret Levi, the Center’s director. She has organized a project, Creating a New Moral Political Economy, that explores frameworks that could serve as alternatives to both Keynesianism and Neoliberalism. The project has initial support from the Hewlett Foundation and the Berggruen Institute with additional support from Bloomberg Beta.
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In this TEDx Talk from 2018, Margaret Levi begins to make the case for innovative thinking and tough decisions that will move us toward a new moral political economy.
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