Friday Feedback: Suggest a Big Think Guest!
Earlier today, Big Think reader Tricia Adams forwarded us an article highlighting "33 Interesting and Inspiring Academics Worth Following on Twitter," which she thought might be of interest to you, our readers. You can check out the list, which includes numerous former Big Think guests, here. Big Think is dedicated to sharing the thoughts and ideas of experts and influencers and we always appreciate your suggestions.
In the spirit of fostering a more open and ongoing dialogue about our prospective guests, we will now be accepting your submissions each and every Friday. Of course, we cannot promise that any of your requests will be met, but we will surely do our best to incorporate your suggestions into our booking efforts. To suggest a guest, please list them in the comment section below. Be sure to include a few words about why you feel the guest merits a Big Think interview and what you think we should discuss with the person during their guest appearance.
Thank you to Tricia Adams and thank you for all of your feedback!
- The minimum wage debate rages on
- The same study authors in 2017 famously argued that raising the wage to $15/hr. in Seattle and Tacoma actually cost jobs
- This study says something else, though study authors are quick to say they don't necessarily contradict each other. Ummm ...
Calling all big thinkers!
The 72-page report makes a case against modern policy proposals like "Medicare for All" and free college tuition.
- The report comes from the White House Council of Economic Advisers (CEA), which is run by professional economists.
- It attempts to make direct connections between modern-day progressives and past socialist figures like Stalin and Mao.
- The report comes in the wake of other explicitly anti-socialist sentiments expressed by the Trump administration.
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