29 minutes | Sep 29, 2015

AAP 000: Discussing African Arguments with James Wan

This is a teaser episode for the upcoming African Arguments Podcast with special guest James Wan, editor-in-chief of African Arguments. We discuss African Argument's publishing strategy, James' experiences from his first weeks on the job and how the podcast fits into all of this. Subscribe: RSS Follow us and our guests: Desné Masie (co-host): Twitter Peter Dörrie (co-host/producer): Twitter | Facebook | Homepage James Wan (editor, African Arguments): Twitter African Arguments/Royal African Society: Twitter | Facebook | Homepage Notes Quartz: Lessons from Thomas Piketty for South Africa, one of the most unequal countries in the world African Arguments: The Old Guard vs. The People, Round 2 African Arguments: After the coup in Burkina Faso: unity, justice, and dismantling the Compaoré system Joe Penny's Twitter profile African Arguments Royal African Society Making Sense of the Sudans The Nigeria Forum The Central Africa Forum African Journalism Fund Articles by Morten Jerven on African Arguments Books on Desné's reading list : Ricardo Soares de Oliveira - Magnificent and Beggar Land: Angola Since the Civil War Morten Jerven - Africa: Why Economists Get it Wrong Abhijit Banerjee and Esther Duflo - Poor Economics: Barefoot Hedge-fund Managers, DIY Doctors and the Surprising Truth about Life on less than $1 a Day   Thanks for listening! We are grateful to African Arguments and the Royal African Society for supporting the podcast. If you would like to support us, have a suggestion for a topic we should cover or a guest we should invite, please get in touch! The music on this podcast was kindly provided by DJ Maramza.
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