Masters in Business | 21 March 2020 | 1h 30m | Listen Later | iTunes
Interview with social psychologist David Dunning – of “Dunning-Kruger effect” fame. Discusses why people have problems recognising their own incompetence and how we can get better at decision making. Covers ideas from his book Self-Insight: Roadblocks and Detours on the Path to Knowing Thyself.
Masters in Business | 24 January 2020 | 1h 34m | Listen Later | iTunes
Interview with cognitive psychologist Barbara Tversky about her book Mind in Motion: How Action Shapes Thought. Covers the way language affects thought and vice versa, and her 9 laws of cognition.
Masters in Business | 20 December 2019 | 1h 28m | Listen Later | iTunes
Interview with Sarah Cone, the founder and managing partner at Social Impact Capital, which describes itself as “a hybrid between a venture capital firm and an open-source community.”
Masters in Business | 30 October 2019 | 1h 32m | Listen Later | iTunes
Interview with Gregory Zuckerman about his book The Man Who Solved the Market: How Jim Simons Launched the Quant Revolution. Backgrounds the personalities behind Renaissance Technologies applying maths and science to deliver its 30-year >60% pa track record.
Masters in Business | 25 October 2019 | 1h 16m | Listen Later | iTunes
Interview with economist and Nobel laureate Michael Spence discussing information signalling, how economies develop and grow, the impacts of technology, government institutions and intellectual capital.
Masters in Business | 13 September 2019 | 1h 17m | Listen Later | iTunes
Interview with John Browne, former group chief executive of BP, about his books Make, Think, Imagine: Engineering the Future of Civilization and The Glass Closet. A panegyric to engineering, bundled with wisdom on management, openness, and environmental management.
Masters in Business | 19 July 2019 | 1h 13m | Listen Later | iTunes
Interview with Allison Schrager, economist, writer and co-founder of the risk advisory firm Lifecycle Finance Partners LLC. Discusses her book An Economist Walks into a Brothel: And Other Unexpected Places to Understand Risk. Insightful perspectives on risk.
Masters in Business | 25 January 2018 | 1h 15m | Listen Later | iTunes
Interview with Thomas Gilovich discussing his work in social psychology, decision making, behavioural economics and happiness. Draws on ideas in How We Know What Isn’t So: The Fallibility of Human Reason in Everyday Life and the paper he co-authored with Amos Tversky on the “Hot Hand” in the NBA.