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June, 05

Creating ethical workplaces

In this episode, we explore the how job design and management practices can drive ethical- or unethical- behaviour.


We hear from Mel Green, Research Adviser at the CIPD, who shares the latest evidence from a review conducted by CIPD, the Center for Evidence-Based Management, and Australian National University on the risk factors for unethical behaviour.


Kate Griffiths-Lambeth shares her experience of creating a ‘speaking out culture’ at Charles Stanley and Philippa Foster-Back (Institute of Business Ethics) highlights the role that reward plays in business ethics.

May, 16

Too much nannying?

Political analysis today can be shouty and superficial, with people shaming and stereotyping those who disagree with them.


We defiantly take a different approach.


Our podcast brings together people with different views to engage in respectful, thoughtful and detailed discussion on major political and cultural issues.

April, 30

Opportunities for Gas in Sub-Saharan Africa

In this podcast David Ledesma interviews Mike Fulwood, Senior Research Fellow at the OIES, to discuss his recent paper “Opportunities for Gas in Sub-Saharan Africa”.


The discussion centres on those countries where gas might displace oil in the generation mix and the prospects for gas to contribute to the electrification of the region alongside renewables.


The development of new domestic gas reserves in East Africa especially is likely to contribute to growth but there are also a number of countries looking to import LNG as a more economic and greener option than oil.

April, 22

The Gender Pay Gap reporting measures

The free weekly magazine for women, Stylist magazine, says “…women ask for the legislation.


Women talk to their employers.


Women do everything they can and, despite it all, the gender pay gap is getting bigger.”


In today’s podcast, IEA Digital Manager Darren Grimes is joined by Kate Andrews, Associate Director at the IEA.


April, 03

Huawei and the Race for 5G, the Latest Generation of Cellphone Communication

5G, the next generation of high-speed wireless, could change everything about mobile computing.


But there are also national security concerns.


We’ll explore what 5G actually is and what it will bring.

April, 03

Has the United States Reached a Turning Point on Liberalization of Marijuana Laws?

The nationwide trend towards removing or lowering penalties for marijuana use and possession is gaining momentum.


22 states have passed some form of decriminalization.


Even conservative Texas is considering legislation that would sharply reduce penalties.


What are the benefits of liberalizing our laws on marijuana?

Are there any downsides?