The latest issue of The Economist features a curated selection of three essential articles that are now available as podcasts. In the first article, journalist John Gray argues that Donald Trump poses the biggest threat to the world in 2024. The second article delves into how experiments with funding can supercharge scientific innovation, and is presented in a runtime of 9:35. Lastly, the Bartleby column on work and management explores the curse of the badly run meeting, and runs for 14:30.
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