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  • Organisational structure

    What is an optimum structure for an organisation? How can I improve my company's structure? How can I retain authority whilst reducing hierarchy? All these questions will be answered by: Mark Layder- Business Collaborator-Intellicists

  • Economic Structure

    What is the meaning of an “agent centered” notion of power? What are the three kinds of power that can be exercised in an economic system? What are the three forms of economic structures and how is each influenced by power? What is the idea of a structural hybrid? How can this approach provide a basis for formulating a viable and achievable alternative? These questions answered by: Professor Erik Olin Wright - American Analytical Marxist sociologist, specializing in social stratification, and in egalitarian alternative futures to capitalism. He is the current President of the American Sociological Association

  • Eye on Israel

    This week, host Andrew Stockum will be interviewing Yaron Pitaru, Chief Investment Officer and Managing Partner at Divergon. He is here to discuss Israeli investments and economics. Don't forget to press the ACE button and send in your questions live to the studio!

  • US policies towards Haiti

    What is the U.S. policy toward Haiti? What are the U.S.efforts to strengthen democracy and help build the foundation for economic growth? What is the the United States and Haiti's bilateral agreement? The United States has taken a leading role in organizing international involvement with Haiti, how effective has this been? These questions answered by: Brian Concannon, Jr., Esq., Direc­tor, co-managed the BAI in Haiti for eight years, from 1996–2004, and worked for the United Nations as a Human Rights Offi­cer in 1995–1996. He founded Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti (IJDH), and has been the Leader since 2004.

  • Tips for running a powerful meeting

    What are the basic tips for a powerful meeting? When conflict occurs during a meeting, what should be considered? How is an effective meeting held? What are the most important structures for an effective meeting? These questions answered by: Drew Stevens Ph.D. - President and Chief Strategy Officer at Stevens Consulting Group

  • Americas Denial

    What is ‘learned helplessness’? How have Americans become decentralised to the constant onslaught of doom and gloom economics? How can someone be helped when they are in denial? Can we get people to really comprehend the dire straits of the American economy? These questions answered by: Dr. Dale Archer is a Medical Doctor, board-certified Psychiatrist and Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association who has helped thousands of patients in his private practice for more than two decades.

  • Global Warming

    How will global warming impact US naval forces worldwide? How will global warming create disputes over national boundaries and exclusive economic zones? Do you predict that over the next few decades drought and famine affected areas will be much more severely affected and if so why? Do you think we will ever see an ice free Antarctica? These questions answered by: Professor Mahlon C. Kennicutt II, Chemical Oceanography. His research interests include, Organic geochemistry and environmental chemistry,Application of new analytical method to marine organic geochemistry, Organic geochemistry of recent sediments, Hydrocarbon seepage and associated fauna and Molecular stable isotope geochemistry.

  • The History of Drug Use and Drug Policy

    Why are psychoactive goods so seductive? How was drug consumption democratized? How have economic and cultural considerations shaped drug policy? Why has profitable exploitation given way to policies of restriction and prohibition? These questions answered by: David Courtwright is known for his books on drug use and drug policy in America (“Dark Paradise,” “Addicts Who Survived,” and “Forces of Habit”) as well as special problems of frontier environments (“Violent Land” and “Sky as Frontier”). His newest book is about American politics and is called “No Right Turn.”

  • Glycobiology

    What Is Glycobiology? What tools are used to study glycosylation? What are the interspecies and intraspecies differences in glycosylation? What is the importance of terminal sequences, modifications, and unusual structures? These questions answered by: Professor Robert Linhardt has had 21 years on the faculty of the University of Iowa, Linhardt joined Rensselaer in 2003 as a senior constellation professor. During his career in Iowa, he spent eight years as the university’s F. Wendell Miller Distinguished Professor of Chemistry.

  • Prognostic Factors of Breast Cancer

    What importance is there in having a loving and caring family for a breast cancer survivor? How does socioeconomic status influence a breast cancer patient’s prognosis? Is race or ethnicity considered to be a prognostic factor? To what extent is a person’s spirituality a factor in their survival of breast cancer? Is there any empirical data to support this? These questions answered by: Dr. Janna Andrews - Assistant Clinical Professor Radiation Oncology at Winthrop-University Hospital

  • Toy Industry Worldwide

    In what ways does culture play a role in the type of play children are and should develop as well as the kinds of toys they prefer? What is meant by the “year of the recall” in 2007? What happened and what has been done to prevent this from reoccurring? Has the international toy industry faced consequences of the economic shift in climate as have many other industries? How have they adapted to this change? To what extent are women accepted or welcomed into the toy industry? These questions answered by: Dr.Stevanne Auerbach - trained in child development, psychology, education and special education and is one of the nation’s leading professionals on children’s play and educational toys. She is known as Dr Toy, and is the author of Smart Play Smart Toys how to Raise a Child with a High P. Q Play Quotient.

  • Generation, transmission and distribution systems

    What are the conventional methods of generation, transmission and distribution? What is the environmental impact of transmission lines? How can a safe, efficient and economical system of power generation and delivery be developed and maintained in today's dynamic and high demand environment? These questions answered by: Dr. Anthony Deese, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at The College of New Jersey (TCNJ). His primary field of study is power and energy.

  • Mangement Of Stress

    Consultant Psychologist, Dr Alessio Agostinis, answers these questions: 1. How does stress affect people in different ways? 2. How does stress progress when not managed? 3. What are some strategies for managing, reducing or eliminating stress? 4. How can we restructure our minds in order to overcome negative thoughts?

  • Snails and reproduction

    Tim Pearce is Assistant Curator and Head of the Section of Mollusks at Carnegie Museum of Natural History and he answers these questions: 1. Are most snails hermaphrodites? 2. Apart from the reproductive organs, what are the main features of a snail in reproduction? 3. What are the strange reproductive structures and behaviours of snails? 4. What are love darts and are they used by all snails?

  • Profiling a terrorist

    Dipak K. Gupta is a Distinguished Professor in the Department of Political Science at San Diego State University and he answers these questions: 1. Is there a link between terrorism and a lack of economic opportunity? 2. What would lead someone to go from extreme ideological or religious beliefs, to carrying out disturbing acts of violence? 3. How are economic principles being used to explain terrorist activity? 4. What is ‘collective action’ and can a rational individual join one? 5. If terrorist see their rewards for their actions in a second life, can their deaths been seen as an altruistic deed?

  • Understanding Terrorism

    Dipak K. Gupta is a Distinguished Professor in the Department of Political Science at San Diego State University and he answers these questions: 1. How do economics and social psychology provide an insight into terrorist organisations? 2. To understand terrorism, do we need to understand the human desire to belong to a group as a motivating factor? 3. Has terrorism evolved since the events of 9/11? 4. Do you believe that there will ever be a positive outcome on the war against terror?

  • Business Planning

    What is the purpose of undergoing business planning? Is it a necessary step for every kind of business that opens or would like to open? With the increasing numbers of online businesses developing today, have the styles and structures of business planning experienced somewhat of a change? Has the shifting economy had any influence on the longevity of a business plan? These questions will be answered by Jamie Hopkins Esq., J.D., M.B.A - Assistant Professor of Taxation at the American College

  • The Rise of China and India

    Dr Donald J. Boudreaux is a Professor of Economics at George Mason University and author of Hypocrites & Half-Wits: A Daily Dose of Sanity from Cafe Hayek answers these questions: 1. Is China and India’s economic success having a stabilizing effect on the world market? 2. Does too much of China's economy remain in the clutches of the state? 3. Is state run communism a recipe for economic success? 4. Is India, with less reliance on foreign markets and a more representative form of government, better placed to replace Washington as the center of power?

  • Budget Cuts

    Dr Donald J. Boudreaux is a Professor of Economics at George Mason University and author of Hypocrites & Half-Wits: A Daily Dose of Sanity from Cafe Hayek answers these questions: 1. Is deficit financing an effective and appropriate policy for saving economies from recessions? 2. What are the potential benefits of a balanced budget amendment? 3. Is economic situation determined arbitrarily by someone in power or rather by a decentralized spontaneous market?

  • Management of Stress

    Dr Serena Wadhwa Psy.D., LCPC, CADC is an Assistant Professor/ Program Coordinator, Therapist, Trainer and Author answers these questions: 1. How does stress affect people differently? 2. How can we recognise that stress is affecting our lives? 3. How does stress progress when it is not managed? 4. What are the three basic strategies for managing,reducing or eliminating stress? 5. How can we restructure our minds in order to overcome negative thoughts?

  • (America's Middle Class (EP. 1

    Is America’s middle class stagnating? The wages of the middle class have remained the same for the past three decades, is the middle class being ignored or is this not the full story? Does the middle class American consumer behavior lean more toward extravagant spending than they used to? Some economists suggest the real reason behind the middle class being able to keep up is actually because they have evolved into a two income household, what is your opinion on this? All of these questions will be answered by: Dr Donald J. Boudreaux is a Professor of Economics at George Mason University. He has lectured in the United States, Latin America, and Europe on a wide variety of topics, including the nature of law, antitrust law and economics, and international trade. He is the author of Hypocrites & Half-Wits: A Daily Dose of Sanity from Cafe Hayek.

  • The Role of Economics and public policy

    What role does the economy make in deciding Government policy? When the Government intervenes in the market, how does the role of economists change? When dealing with political ethical issues what changes in the role of the economist? Can there be a ‘science of ethics’ and can economist establish it? All of these questions will be answered by: Dr Donald J. Boudreaux is a Professor of Economics at George Mason University. He has lectured in the United States, Latin America, and Europe on a wide variety of topics, including the nature of law, antitrust law and economics, and international trade. He is the author of Hypocrites & Half-Wits: A Daily Dose of Sanity from Cafe Hayek.

  • Government Borrowing

    How do Government’s borrow money? What is the difference between deficit and debt? How dangerous is Government debt? Does Government debt affect the economy? Are Americans becoming less fearful about Government spending and why? Do taxpayers end up with the bill for what the Government borrows? All of these questions will be answered by: Dr Donald J. Boudreaux is a Professor of Economics at George Mason University. He has lectured in the United States, Latin America, and Europe on a wide variety of topics, including the nature of law, antitrust law and economics, and international trade. He is the author of Hypocrites & Half-Wits: A Daily Dose of Sanity from Cafe Hayek.

  • Free Trade

    What is free trade? Why free trade beneficial? In a free trade environment why is employment in the US so low? Is a US trade deficit good for Americans? Does Government economic interventions help everyday Americans? All of these questions will be answered by: Dr Donald J. Boudreaux is a Professor of Economics at George Mason University. He has lectured in the United States, Latin America, and Europe on a wide variety of topics, including the nature of law, antitrust law and economics, and international trade. He is the author of Hypocrites & Half-Wits: A Daily Dose of Sanity from Cafe Hayek.

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