Audio interviews, of about an hour length, with a variety of figures including Milton Friedman, Ronald Coase, and Gary Becker. The files are downloadable in MP3 in other formats.
Video and Audio Clips in Law and Economics
A series of six half-hour videos exploring the intersection of economics and philosophy, featuring questions like "Does having tradable refugee quotas commodify people?", "Should you be able to sell your kidney?" and "Should companies be able to take life insurance policies out on janitors without their knowledge?" Sandel debates with groups of his students and with guests including Joseph Stiglitz, Robert Barro, Richard Posner, and LSE Director Dame Minouche Shafik. The series is hosted by the Institute for New Economic Thinking, which describes itself as "a nonpartisan research and education nonprofit organization based in New York".