Social Europe Podcast

Social Europe

Social Europe Podcast contributes to the public policy discussions addressing the most pressing political, economic and social issues of our time. We use the values of freedom, sustainability and equality as the foundation on which we examine society’s most pressing challenges. We are committed to publishing cutting-edge thinking and new ideas from the most thought-provoking people. Our in-depth analyses and constructive proposals seek to link policy-making to wider societal concerns. It is our goal to promote progressive societies, sustainable economies and responsible business.

Pasi Sahlberg: lessons from Finnish educationPhilipp Ther: The OutsidersAlbena Azmanova: Capitalism on EdgeThomas Piketty: Capital and IdeologyVivien A. Schmidt: Europe's Crisis of LegitimacyMary Daly: Gender Inequality and Welfare States in EuropeSocial Europe Talk: Financing the EU Budget and the Recovery PlanGabriel Zucman: The Triumph of InjusticeFriederike Otto: How is Climate Change affecting our Weather?David Webber: The Rise of the Working Class ShareholderKimberly Clausing: The Progressive Case for Free Trade and ImmigrationSarah Kessler: Understanding the Gig EconomySocial Europe Talk: Towards a Just TransitionBranko Milanovic: Why we are all Capitalists now!Philippe Pochet: Social Europe and the European CommissionKatharina Pistor: The Code of CapitalGuy Standing: The Plunder of the CommonsCas Mudde: How to deal with the Far Right?David Bach: Why Companies have to be PoliticalDiane Coyle: The Technology Challenge to Public Policy