Andy Fitch talks with William D. Nordhaus, laureate of the 2018 Nobel Prize in Economics and Professor at the Yale School of the Environment.
“Dialogue Diary” attempts to take the hysteria out of memoir, and the paranoia out of criticism, yet basically remixes these two impulses through the living form of cordial conversation. By Andy Fitch.
The Framing Phase: Talking to Viktor Mayer-Schönberger
Andy Fitch talks with Viktor Mayer-Schönberger about effectively outlining problems and strategizing solutions.
Monopolies Will Do Anything: Talking to Senator Amy Klobuchar
Andy Fitch talks with Senator Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) about the pivotal role of competition policy and her recently released book, "Antitrust."
Diversity in Chinese Society: Talking to Cheng Li
Andy Fitch talks with Cheng Li about shifts in the Chinese middle class and what they mean for Sino-American relations.
India’s Unique Situation: Talking to Shivshankar Menon
Andy Fitch interviews former Indian national security advisor Shivshankar Menon about his recent book "India and Asian Geopolitics: The Past, Present."
If Ever There Was a Time for Microfinance: Talking to Ira W. Lieberman
Andy Fitch talks with Ira W. Lieberman about the challenges COVID-19 has placed on burgeoning microfinance initiatives around the globe.
Purpose and Profit: Talking to Jacqueline Novogratz
Andy Fitch talks with Jacqueline Novogratz about how to better leverage investment capital for a moral purpose.
America’s Antimonopoly Tradition: Talking to Barry C. Lynn
Andy Fitch talks with Barry C. Lynn about the deep roots of America's rebellion against control and his book "Liberty from All Masters."
Cooperation Used to Happen Easily: Talking to Jacques deLisle and Avery Goldstein
Andy Fitch sits with Jacques deLisle and Avery Goldstein about their recent book "After Engagement: Dilemmas in U.S.-China Security Relations."
Philosophical Myth Writing: Talking to Tae-Yeoun Keum
"We shouldn’t be too quick to dismiss them — nor should we just pick them apart with facts and reasons. We should instead be engaging them."