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Alison WolfPaul Ormerod and Adam Tooze join Prospect Editor Tom Clark to discuss whether it’s a good thing that so many people go to university; why trust in experts has fallen so low; and how, 10 years on from the banking crisis, a new system of regulation has been quietly introduced under-the-radar. But how sustainable is it?

Listen: Headspace #12—Experts on trial

Happiness and government, Good parenting, Thinking Allowed, BBC Radio 4, 20th April 2016

Is ‘happiness’ a reliable measure of quality of life?, Night Waves, BBC Radio 3, September 2012
Stephanomics: US vs China. Who will Own the Future? BBC Radio 4, July 2012
Paul Ormerod discusses latest book ‘Positive Linking’, Faber and Faber podcasts, July 2012
‘The Power of Connections’, The Forum BBC World Service, June 2012
‘Keynes Vs Hayek’, Today Programme BBC Radio 4, December 2011
‘The Curse of the Bonus’, In Business BBC Radio 4, December 2011
‘What’s wrong with macro-economics?’, Counterpoint, ABC National Radio, Australia, March 2010
‘Have economists gone mad?’ Podcast of a public lecture given at the University of Bath December 2009
‘New Thinking In Economics’, Night Waves, BBC Radio 3, October 2008
‘Happily ever after’, Maudsley Debates, New Institute of Psychiatry, March 2008
‘Measuring happiness’, BBC Radio 4, 12 November 2007
‘Spoilt by Choice?’, BBC Radio 4, December 2006