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Economic Frontiers is a podcast about the frontier of economics research regarding technology, innovation, and digitization. Each episode brings in a leading researcher or research team for a discussion of their work and its broader implications.

This podcast is sponsored by the MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy (IDE). The IDE is an effort focused on the impact of digital technology on businesses, the economy, and society. Drawing on MIT Sloan’s strengths in technology and innovation, its internationally recognized faculty, and more than a decade of research and partnership with MIT Sloan’s Center for Digital Business, the IDE is analyzing the broad sociological changes brought about by the advance and spread of digital technology.

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    • Business
    • 5.0, 11 Ratings

Economic Frontiers is a podcast about the frontier of economics research regarding technology, innovation, and digitization. Each episode brings in a leading researcher or research team for a discussion of their work and its broader implications.

This podcast is sponsored by the MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy (IDE). The IDE is an effort focused on the impact of digital technology on businesses, the economy, and society. Drawing on MIT Sloan’s strengths in technology and innovation, its internationally recognized faculty, and more than a decade of research and partnership with MIT Sloan’s Center for Digital Business, the IDE is analyzing the broad sociological changes brought about by the advance and spread of digital technology.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
11 Ratings

11 Ratings

Lucy X. Wang ,

Fantastic podcast!

Definitely a great source for junior economists interested in the young field of digitization to gain fresh knowledge from leading scholars. Thanks for creating this!

false_dvmaster ,

Most Interesting Economics Podcast Out There

This the only podcast where I have listened to an episode more than once, which is the podcast analogue of sitting in your driveway with the car running. The guests and topics are consistently interesting, and the level is deep enough to be stimulating and give you a real sense of the craft of economics research, but not so deep that you learning more and more about less and less. You get a real sense of where the numbers came from, how credible they are, and why you should care.

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