The host of EJW Audio is Lawrence H. White, a co-editor of EJW and professor of economics at George Mason University.
In a typical EJW Audio podcast, Professor White and the author of a recent EJW article discuss that article and related issues.
Tawni Ferrarini discusses her paper with James Gwartney and John Morton studying the content of AP® Economics: “Advanced Placement Economics: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly” (link). The paper and podcast offer constructive criticism for revising the content of the AP Economics materials. Parents, students, and educators involved in AP Economics will profit from the critique.
Michael L. Marlow discusses his EJW article “Honestly, Who Else Would Fund Such Research? Reflections of a Non-Smoking Scholar”.
Richard Timberlake discusses his August 2005 article in EJW, “Gold Standards and the Real Bills Doctrine in U.S. Monetary Policy.”
Professor Benson discusses his article in the September 2009 issue of EJW, titled “Economic Dissociative Identity Disorder: The Math Gamer, the Anti-Policy Econometrician and the Narrative Political Economist.”
Professor Horwitz discusses his article in the September 2009 issue of EJW, titled: “Great Apprehensions, Prolonged Depression: Gauti Eggertsson on the 1930s.”