EP12: Eric Lonergan - Angrynomics

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EP12: Eric Lonergan - Angrynomics

Europe's New Political Economy

We are back from a Covid-induced pause! Aidan Regan talks with economist, writer, and hedge fund manager Eric Lonergan about his new book, Angrynomics (co-written with friend of the show Mark Blyth). Why do our modern economies produce so many angry people? What are the macro-drivers of public anger and the micro-stressors of private anger? Can policies that look beyond traditional political cleavages and economic orthodoxy help us get out of this mess? VIDEO: https://youtu.be/loBxDBGHi6IVisit our webpage: http://www.newpoliticaleconomyeurope.eu/Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/UCD_DEIGet the book: http://cup.columbia.edu/book/angrynomics/9781788212793Our previous podcast with Mark Blyth: https://soundcloud.com/user-453028269/3-mark-blyth-austerity-bad-ideas-populism-and-other-perils

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We are back from a Covid-induced pause! Aidan Regan talks with economist, writer, and hedge fund manager Eric Lonergan about his new book, Angrynomics (co-written with friend of the show Mark Blyth). Why do our modern economies produce so many angry people? What are the macro-drivers of public anger and the micro-stressors of private anger? Can policies that look beyond traditional political cleavages and economic orthodoxy help us get out of this mess? VIDEO: https://youtu.be/loBxDBGHi6IVisit our webpage: http://www.newpoliticaleconomyeurope.eu/Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/UCD_DEIGet the book: http://cup.columbia.edu/book/angrynomics/9781788212793Our previous podcast with Mark Blyth: https://soundcloud.com/user-453028269/3-mark-blyth-austerity-bad-ideas-populism-and-other-perils

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