EGC Voices in Development Podcast
A regular podcast series exploring issues related to sustainable development and economic justice in low- and middle-income countries.
Explore season 1 of the podcast
Celebrating 73 years of the Indian constitution: Rohit De, Barkha Dutt, and Rohini Pande on the constitution’s history and role in women’s empowerment in India
Episode 4 is a Yale Development Dialogue featuring Rohit De, Associate Professor of History at Yale University, Barkha Dutt, the award-winning broadcast journalist and anchor, and Rohini Pande, Henry J. Heinz II Professor of Economics and Director of the EGC discussing the history of India’s constitution and its role in the evolution of women’s empowerment and gender equality in India.
Transforming the future of agricultural markets: Prof. Lauren Falcao Bergquist on using technology to combat food insecurity in East Africa
Episode 3 features EGC affiliate Lauren Falcao Bergquist discussing her research on food security and agricultural markets.
Understanding the backlash to globalization: Prof. Penny Goldberg on the complicated relationship between international trade, poverty reduction, and inequality
Episode 2 features EGC affiliate Penny Goldberg on the complexities of international trade, poverty reduction, and inequality.
Training the Next Generation of African Economists: Prof. Leonard Wantchekon on the university he founded
Episode 1 features Prof. Leonard Wantchekon of Princeton University on founding the African School of Economics.