Posts tagged "Booth Business School"

Better than Rachel Maddow interviewing Gov. Scott Walker: Berkowitz w/Obama's former Chief Economic Adviser Austan Goolsbee, Cable and Web

Tonight’s City of Chicago edition of Public Affairs features Austan Goolsbee, former Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers and Chief Economic Adviser to President Obama. The show airs throughout the City of Chicago at 8:30 pm and  midnight on Cable Ch. 21 [CAN TV]. Topics discussed by show host Jeff Berkowitz with UChicago Business... Read more »

Better than Monday night football: Berkowitz w/Treasurer Neely on Stop and Frisk, COLAs etc. Cable/Web

Should Stephanie Neely, Chicago City Treasurer, be picked to run for Lt. Gov. on the ticket with Gov. Pat Quinn, as he runs across the state for re-election to his second full term.  Could African-American Neely bolster Quinn’s strength with the African-American electorate in both the primary and the general elections? Could Treasurer Neely do... Read more »

Way better than Hawks-Kings hockey, Berkowitz w/Prof. Peltzman on what the Feds got right/ wrong during 2008 crash, Web/Cable

This week’s Chicago Metro suburban episode of “Public Affairs,” featuring University of Chicago  Booth Business School Economics Professor Emeritus Sam Peltzman,  airs tomorrow night at 8:30 pm on Comcast Cable Ch. 19 in Bannockburn, Deerfield, Ft. Sheridan, Glencoe, Highland Park, Highwood, Kenilworth, Lincolnshire, Riverwoods and Winnetka.  and tonight at 8:30 pm on Comcast Cable Channel 19 in... Read more »

Better than Charlie Rose w/Austan Goolsbee: Berkowitz w/Professor Sam Peltzman on how Milton Friedman reshaped the world, Web and Cable

Professor Sam Peltzman: … When I was young, the alternative was socialism… Now, there really is no alternative to capitalism, [unless you want to say] it is ad hoc redistribution of wealth, it is “pay off my people,”  … ***************************** Tonight’s City of Chicago edition of Public Affairs features Sam Peltzman, Professor Emeritus, University of... Read more »