“Pandemics and Politics,” a conversation between Jeff Frieden and Dr. Tom Frieden, sponsored by Harvard’s Office of the Vice Provost for Advances in Learning, September 20, 2020.
Two Friedens discuss the political economy of public health. Jeff is a Professor of Government at Harvard, Tom is a former CDC Director. Politics and economics have changed the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the pandemic has changed the course of politics. Why has public health become a political football in the United States? Why has global public health become the focus of international conflict?
"Brexited!" Kathleen Molony (Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, Harvard) spoke with Christina Davis and me about Brexit, March 7, 2020.
"The Backlash against Globalization and the Future of the International Economic Order," keynote address to the Munich Politics Network, September 2019
“The Gold Standard: An Interview with Jeffry Frieden,” a podcast with the editors of Coin World, August 2019.
"The 2016 Election, the New Rust Belt, and the Link Between the Shift in Politics and Globalization," a conversation with Michael Klein of Econofact.org.
"Rise of Populism, Labor Mobility, and the Eurozone," Macro Musings with David Beckworth, July 1, 2019. [Link to podcast can be found here]
“Lessons from History and the Future of International Trade,” an LSE podcast with Doug Irwin and Jeff Frieden, January 2019 (Link: the Ballpark Podcast, LSE).
"What can the Eurozone learn from U.S. monetary history?" The Sound of Economics Podcast, Bruegel, 12 August 2016.
"Monetary policy and more with Jeff Frieden," LSE Podcast: The Ballpark, June 2016.
"Lessons for the Euro from Early American Monetary and Financial History," Bruegel Essay and Lecture Series, May 2016. [Youtube page]
"Globalization: Past, Present, Future," The Andrew F. Smith Lecture in International Economics and Development, Maxwell School of Syracuse University, 26 April 2016.
"Currency Politics," The Invisible Hand Podcast, May 2015.
“Currency Politics: The Eurozone Crisis and the World's Financial Future,” the Alice Gorlin Memorial Lecture, Oakland University, April 8, 2015. [If your Flash plugins are not up to date, there is a lower res. version available here.]
Interview on the crisis and our book, Lost Decades, on Faculti at http://facultimedia.com/economics-lost-decades-the-making-of-americas-debt-crisis-and-the-long-recovery/.
“Early American monetary and financial history: Lessons for the euro,” Presentation to Absolute Strategy Research (London), September 13, 2013. Slides for this presentation are here. A timeline of early American monetary and fiscal history is here.
Audio of panel at Boston Book Festival on "The Economy: Advice for the Winner," October 27, 2012, with Adam Davidson (moderator), Michael Porter, Andrew McAfee, and Esther Duflo.
“Lost Decades? Global Debt Crises and Long Recoveries“ Talk to Penn Social Science and Policy Forum, October 18, 2012
"How to Lose Two Decades," Bernard Schwartz Lecture at the School of Advanced International Studies, September 6, 2012.
“The Great Recession and Its Aftermath: A Global Overview," talk at UCLA, May 22, 2012.
"Interview on The Current Moment," December 13, 2011.
"The Exchange, with Laura Knoy" on New Hamphire Public Radio, December 7, 2011.
Jeff Frieden on Smart People Podcast, November 2011.
Lost Decades: IMF Book Forum Webcast, October 14, 2011.
"The American Debt Crisis and the Global Economy," All School Lecture at the Groton School, October 10, 2011.
Jeff Frieden on The John Batchelor Show, October 8, 2011.
Lost Decades: launch and discussion, Bruegel, Brussels, September 6, 2011.
"On the Future of the Euro," Center for European Studies, Harvard University, November 3, 2010.
Global governance and domestic political economy, Vox EU (interviewed by Romesh Vaitilingam), October 16, 2009.
"America in the World Economy: From the American Century to Globalization," Lecture at the International History Institute at Boston University, in a series titled “The Short American Century, 1941-2008: Contrasting Views of the Era of American Dominance,” October 8, 2009.