Ep. 1 (43): Yonah Freemak on the 2020 Crisis and Transit
March 23, 2020
Yonah Freemark, a PhD candidate in urban policy at MIT, joins the Business Scholarship Podcast to discuss the 2020 crisis, its impact on transit, and what should be done to preserve the economic role of transit.
Ep. 2 (45): David Zaring on the 2020 Crisis and Bank Regulators
April 7, 2020
David Zaring, professor of business studies and legal ethics at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, joins the Business Scholarship Podcast to discuss the 2020 crisis and the role of banking regulators in this crisis and crises more broadly.
Ep. 3 (47): Daniel Schwarcz on the 2020 Crisis and Insurance
April 16, 2020
Daniel Schwarcz, professor of law at the University of Minnesota, joins the Business Scholarship Podcast to discuss the 2020 crisis and issues related to insurance coverage and regulation.
Ep. 4 (48): J.W. Verret & Gregory Shill on the 2020 Crisis and Congressional Insider Trading
April 17, 2020
J.W. Verret, associate professor of law at George Mason University, and Gregory Shill, associate professor of law at the University of Iowa, join the Business Scholarship Podcast to discuss the 2020 crisis and congressional insider trading. Verret is the author of Applying Insider Trading Law to Congressmen, Government Officials, and the Political Intelligence Industry and Shill is the author of Congressional Securities Trading.
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