Probable Causation | 9 February 2021 | 0h 35m | Listen Later | iTunes
Interview with Sarah Brayne about her book Predict and Surveil: Data, Discretion, and the Future of Policing. Describes how the police use big data and new surveillance technologies ad discusses the implications for social inequality, privacy, and civil liberties.
Making Sense with Sam Harris | 13 June 2020 | 1h 52m | Listen Later | iTunes
Sam Harris discusses the recent social protests and civil unrest in light of the evidence about racism and police violence in America.
The Ezra Klein Show | 8 June 2020 | 1h 04m | Listen Later | iTunes
Interview with Paul Butler about ideas to do with his book Chokehold: Policing Black Men. Argues that the chokehold is a metaphor for understanding how racial oppression functions in the US criminal justice system – coercing submission that is self-reinforcing. Makes the case that the criminal legal system is not broken and in need of repair; but is working exactly as designed, and needs to be completely reimagined.
The Indicator from Planet Money | 3 June 2020 | 0h 09m | Listen Later | iTunes
Interview with economist Rob Gillezeau about the evidence for a relationship between police unionisation and the number of people killed by officers.
Free Thoughts | 9 March 2018 | 0h 54m | Listen Later
Interview with Jay Schweikert and Clark Neily about law enforcement and accountability, qualified immunity, and how technology is helping to combat police misconduct.
The Neoliberal Podcast | 17 September 2019 | 1h 02m | Listen Later | iTunes
Interview with economist Jennifer Doleac discussing the field of criminal justice research. Covers the state of criminal justice technology, which criminal justice reforms work and which have backfired.
EconTalk | 21 January 2019 | 1h 22m | Listen Later | iTunes
Interview with Jennifer Doleac about research on crime, police, and the unexpected consequences of the criminal justice system. Topics discussed include legislation banning asking job applicants if they’ve been in prison, body cameras for police, the use of DNA databases, the use of Naloxone to prevent death from opioid overdose, and the challenges of being an economist who thinks about crime using the economist’s toolkit.