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For over 175 years, The Economist has provided fair, rigorous, and mind-stretching analysis for a globally curious audience. This podcast, from Economist Impact, builds on that legacy by providing perspectives for industry and management to understand how the world is changing, and how that creates opportunities to be seized, and risks to be managed. Each episode will draw on the expertise of our editors, and other thought leaders to examine insights from our global programmes of research an ...
 
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Writing the New World

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Writing the New World

Alice Te Punga Somerville & Wanda Ieremia-Allan

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The podcast that shares research and ideas related to the research project 'Writing the New World: Indigenous texts 1900-1975' - led by Alice Te Punga Somerville and supported by the Marsden Fund. The podcast is co-produced and hosted by Wanda Ieremia-Allan. Sixteen Indigenous researchers have worked with Alice on this journey of connecting with the massive, multilingual and rich legacy of writing in the Pacific region. This podcast celebrates what can happen when we connect across generatio ...
 
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The inaugural Plastics Management Index (PMI) was launched in early October. In this episode, Naka Kondo, editor of the report, and Shreya Mukarji, manager of the index development, discuss findings of the PMI. See results of the Plastics Management Index, and sign up to the Back to Blue newsletter to be the first to hear about our upcoming researc…
 
Now for Next Podcast #2: Fostering a digital ecosystem - episode sponsored by Google In this episode, our editor speaks to Vipin Sondhi, Managing Director and CEO at Ashok Leyland, and Arindam Bhattacharya, Managing Director & Senior Partner at BCG, about the importance of a strong digital ecosystem in India, the role of businesses in fostering one…
 
In this episode, senior editor Naka Kondo speaks to Charles Goddard, editorial director, about Back to Blue, an ocean health initiative by The Economist Group and The Nippon Foundation. Sign up to the Back to Blue newsletter to be the first to hear about our upcoming research or see results of the Plastics Management Index on the Back to Blue websi…
 
Now for Next podcast #1: The digital imperative in India - episode sponsored by Google In the first of a four-part series, Charles Ross, Principal of Policy and Insights at The Economist Group speaks to two business leaders in India - S N Subrahmanyan, CEO & MD at Larsen & Toubro, and Gopal Sarma, Senior Partner at Bain & Company, to understand the…
 
In pride month, senior editor Naka Kondo and managing editor Michael Gold have a virtual watercooler chat about Pride and Prejudice, a research by The Economist Intelligence Unit on LGBT rights. Read the Pride and Prejudice report. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
On World Oceans Day, senior editor Naka Kondo speaks to Tom Peacock-Nazil, founder of Seven Clean Seas, and his colleague Oli Kade, sustainability specialist, about tackling the problems of plastic pollution in the ocean. Relevant links: Back to Blue, The Economist Group and The Nippon Foundation's multi-year initiative on pollution and ocean healt…
 
In this episode, senior editor Jason Wincuinas speaks to Global Forecasting Director of The Economist Intelligence Unit, Agathe Demarais, about recently published report on China and Russia’s vaccine diplomacy efforts across Asia. Read the vaccine diplomacy article or download report. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
The CIOs' views on talent, remote work and secure computing in Asia - episode sponsored by IBM The days of spreadsheets as the core of digital skills companies wanted in a workforce are in their sunset. The question now is what skills corporate leaders think will fade, grow or remain the same as far as staff needs and have they thought about digita…
 
In this episode, The EIU's senior editors Jason Wincuinas and Naka Kondo have a virtual watercooler chat about The Economist Group's initiatives to promote ocean health, and the World Ocean Summit virtual week. Watch the World Ocean Summit on demand. Visit Back to Blue, The Economist Group and The Nippon Foundation's multi-year initiative on pollut…
 
In this episode, senior editor Jason Wincuinas speaks to Hal Hodson, The Economist’s Asia technology correspondent about established and emerging technologies that have potential to reduce carbon footprints and make headway against climate change. Listen to the previous episodes and subscribe for upcoming episodes. To learn more about investing in …
 
In the final episode of 2020, host Jason Wincuinas speaks to Tom Standage, deputy editor at The Economist, and editor of The World In 2021, a collection of forward-gazing coverage from The Economist, to find out what the world in 2021 will look like in Asia. Relevant content from The Economist: The World In 2021 Ten trends to watch in the coming ye…
 
In this episode, host Naka Kondo, senior editor at The EIU takes a closer look at the implications of a Biden presidency on businesses and geopolitics in Japan and India, joined by colleagues at The EIU: Waqas Adenwala, lead analyst for Japan, Ujas Shah, analyst for India, and Michael Frank, senior analyst on public policy. Topics covered: RCEP and…
 
"What are the stakes of the things that we've already forgotten; how do we make sure we connect our memories; how we do we find, track down, remember, acknowledge, learn from and intellectually engage with the work that our people have already done?" This episode features Associate Professor Alice Te Punga Somerville's korero on her "little bit in …
 
Second episode of the Taualuga Series. Associate Professor Alice Te Punga Somerville discusses archives, structural inequalities and the innovative methodological engagement by Indigenous and Pacific student researchers. Listen in to one last forthcoming podcast to complete our 'Writing the New World' podcast project. No neira, Mālo fa'afetai.…
 
Taualuga series: final episode. Associate Professor Alice Te Punga Somerville discusses the inspiration behind the podcast; 'being too political', the 'Modernist' vibe and historical oppression in and by NZ Literary Studies. This concludes a five month project of collaborative research which involved the acquisition of new digital, media skills, th…
 
How will president-elect Biden's policies impact businesses in Asia? Host Jason Wincuinas, senior editor at The EIU speaks to Ashley Feng, independent researcher and former research associate for the Energy, Economics, and Security program at the Center for a New American Security (CNAS), and Nick Marro, Lead Analyst for Global Trade at The EIU, ab…
 
Fakaalofa lahi atu! ‘Faliki e tau momoui he tau atuhau ke he Vagahau Niue’ which in English translates to, “Lay the foundations - give rise to Vagahau Niue for generations". The episode of our podcast series - which was first released for Niue Language Week 2020 - features our very own Niue scholars, Postdoc research fellow Dr Jess Pasisi and Coria…
 
"I've reconnected with my family; I've never met my grandparents or great grandparents but I feel very connected to them now that I've read their writing.. I've read their feau, I've read ther momoliga alofa, soalaupule - aspiration for the next generation. I didn't have the privilege of hearing first hand from them and this is what archives (work)…
 
We continue the discussion with Zhang Lipei, Director of the Beijing Office at the US-China Business Council, and Nick Marro, Lead Analyst for Global Trade, China and Macau, and supporting analyst for Taiwan at The EIU about the two possible outcomes of the US elections, and the wider trade and geopolitical implications. This episode is hosted by s…
 
In this episode, The EIU's senior editor Jason Wincuinas speaks to Zhang Lipei, Director of the Beijing Office at the US-China Business Council, and Nick Marro, Lead Analyst for Global Trade, China and Macau, and supporting analyst for Taiwan at The EIU about the two possible outcomes of the US elections, what they might mean for businesses in Asia…
 
In this episode, senior editor Jason Wincuinas speaks to Jeffrey Ding, a Rhodes Scholar at the University of Oxford and the China lead at “The Centre for the Governance of AI”, which is part of the Future of Humanity Institute, and founder of "ChinAI". See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
'Writing the New World' researcher Vula Utonivaya and 'Pacific Texts' researcher and student Adi Inoke discuss Indigenous Fijian voices in 'Na Mata': a nineteenth and early twentieth century colonial Fijian government newspaper. In celebration of 2020 Fijian Language Week, this podcast discusses the importance of early Fijian language texts; as a w…
 
"We should have autonomy over the language we write in." Waikato Students' Union President, 'Nukutawhiti' Editor and 'Writing the New World' researcher Kyla Campbell-Kamariera talks frankly about the politics of publishing in NZ university student newspapers in the 1970s and now. Kyla talks about how her 'Writing the New World' research findings st…
 
Introducing three of our 2019 & 2020 'Writing the New World' student researchers who navigated archival waters in search of Indigenous and Pacific voices. Their discussions on research findings provide great lessons for other Pacific and Indigenous undergraduate students contemplating research paths. Ko wai tō ingoa? He aha te tikanga o tō ingoa? N…
 
Whakanuia Te Reo Māori! BONUS EDITION: In celebration of Māori Language week, Te Reo Māori Education specialist Beau Stowers speaks with ‘Writing the New World’ researchers Ammon Apiata and Areta Ranginui Charlton about early Twentieth Century Māori Language Texts and their importance in the revitalization of Te Reo Māori. Hei whakanui i tō tātou R…
 
Mālō e lelei, Happy Tongan Language Week! Happy Uike Lea Faka-Tonga! As part of the 'Writing the New World' commitment to profiling Indigenous Voices through early twentieth century Indigenous Language Texts, the 'Writing the New World' project had the pleasure of profiling the research work undertaken by the soon to be Dr Elisapesi Hepi Havea and …
 
A celebration of Tongan Literature with Mele Latunipulu and (soon to be Dr) Elisapesi Hepi Havea, in which they discuss a twentieth first century (re)reading of Professor Konai Helu Thaman's 1974 classic poem 'You, the choice of my parents'. Given its resonance in Tonga and abroad during the peak of 1970s Feminist movement, what meanings are ascrib…
 
In this episode, The EIU's managing editor for healthcare in Asia, Jesse Quigley Jones, spoke with several experts in the field of vaccines, including Sarah Gilbert, professor of vaccinology at the University of Oxford, Melanie Saville, director of vaccine research and development at the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI), and J…
 
Temau'onukuhiva Teikitekahioho-Wolff's 'Writing the New World' research on early twentieth century Hawaiian Language Newspapers draws on his multilingual heritage to not only appreciate the nuances and might of resistance writing in early twentieth century Hawaii texts; but also the history of Nuku Hiva, Marquesas. Tema'u discusses his research fin…
 
Chris Clague, managing editor at The EIU speaks to Taimur Baig, managing director and chief economist at DBS Bank (00:00-21:17); Alex Kwiatkowski, industry lead for banking and capital markets at SAS (21:17-37:03); and Jesse Quigley Jones, managing editor for healthcare at The EIU (37:03-46:15) about industry responses against the macro backdrop. T…
 
How does one draw on Māori spiritual concepts to translate the Christian gospel? What are the critical points of tension? Who was thinking about these questions one hundred and five years ago; who is thinking about them now? 'Writing the New World' researcher Ammon Apiata discusses his research journey into the first and revised editions of 'Ko te …
 
Special episode produced to launch on NZ's National Poetry Day 2020: Indigenous poets Mere Taito, Essay May Ranapiri and Alice Te Punga Somerville read poems that respond to Indigenous archives... in conversation with podcast host Wanda Ieremia-Allan.Alice Te Punga Somerville & Wanda Ieremia-Allan tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Introducing 'Writing the New World' researcher Stacey Kokaua in conversation with her father Dr Jesse Kokaua about her finding Kuki 'Airani voices in the Hocken Collections, University of Otago. Dr Jesse and Stacey talk about the wide range of Cook Islands voices in periodicals (newspapers, magazines etc) from the mid twentieth century. This is the…
 
Our third Cook Islands-focused podcast episode features Emma Emily Ngakuraevaru Powell, a PhD student at Va'aomanū Pasifika, Victoria University of Wellington, who is currently based in Rarotonga with an association with the University of the South Pacific, Cook Islands campus. This episode joins three other episodes featuring Cook Islands scholars…
 
Introducing our second regular Cook Islands podcast featuring Marylise Dean from the University of Waikato. Marylise hails from the Cook Islands heartland of Tokoroa and is completing her Hons in Pacific & Indigenous Studies at the Faculty of Māori & Indigenous Studies. Check out three other full-length episodes featuring Cook Islands scholars in t…
 
Introducing our first Cook Island Language podcast featuring Vainetutai Parima from the University of the South Pacific, Cook Islands discussing the importance of safeguarding our Indigenous Archives. A special treat for speakers and learners of te Reo o Kuki 'Airani, this episode is nearly 40 mins of your beautiful reo. Three more episodes featuri…
 
China is developing an all-digital currency. Could it completely replace the paper RMB? Could it compete with the dollar for global interoperability and dominance? The EIU speaks with Andrew Work, co-founder of The Lion Rock Institute, about his recent report on a digital Yuan and how a Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) even works—including feat…
 
Celebrating Cook Islands Language Week 2020 by sharing the words of some amazing Cook Islanders... writers from the past, and students + scholars from today. As Mama Marjorie Crocombe said in the Pacific literary journal 'Mana' back in 1974, "The Canoe is Afloat!" This 'Bonus' language week episode accompanies four longer podcast episodes that feat…
 
In a recent study released by The EIU, The art of managing business uncertainty: A future of work study for Greater China, we took a look at businesses in Greater China. With covid-19 in the backdrop, nearly seven in 10 respondents—senior business executives in the region—said the degree of business uncertainty they’re experiencing today is greater…
 
In this episode, The EIU speaks to Dr Steve Bennett, director of global government practice at SAS, about where companies are on the survival / adaptation / recovery curve. This episode is hosted by Chris Clague, managing editor and global editorial lead for trade and globalisation. The Global Business Barometer has been made possible with the supp…
 
China’s leaders have not yet declared an economic growth target for this year, nor have they announced a stimulus package to rival those of 2009, 2012 and 2016. What does this mean for China’s economic outlook? In this episode, our host Jason Wincuinas, senior editor at The Economist Intelligence Unit, is joined by Wu Chen, managing director of The…
 
To help companies navigate the uncertainty, The Economist Intelligence Unit developed a Global Business Barometer to track private sector views on the impact of covid-19, how businesses are coping, and their plans for the next three months and beyond. In this episode, the editorial team at the Economist Intelligence Unit continue the discussion on …
 
Since first announcing itself in Wuhan in China at the start of the year, the pandemic has led to society-wide lockdowns across the world, bringing all but commerce and services deemed most essential to a sudden halt and leaving large portions of populations sheltering at home and many out of work. The IMF, in its latest World Economic Outlook, pre…
 
This podcast, from The Economist Intelligence Unit, provides perspectives for industry and management to understand how the world is changing and how that creates opportunities to be seized and risks to be managed. Each episode will draw on the expertise of our editors and other thought leaders, to examine insights from our global programme of rese…
 
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