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[EN] postcast dedicated for the discussion of economics, made in a cool and chilled manner for the curious minds. The hosts are: Omar Khodr (Msc in economics/MBA in finance/ journalist), Al Costa (political science major), and Victor Rebordão (former lawyer and contract specialist). [PT] Discussões econômicas entre três jovens que gostam muito de colocar o cérebro em atividade. Apresentado por Omar Khodr (mestrando em economia/ MBA em finanças e jornalista), Victor Zeliotto (advogado, especi ...
 
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Hey everyone, Charming here! I've been kinda away from podcasting in the past months, I started a new job this year, my masters is still going on, and the whole pandemic made me focus in other things. Now back from hiatus ... in this episode I will be talking about overvalued stock, volatility, Chipotle, Tesla, overconfidence bias and the Keynesian…
 
What does the corona virus outbreak has to do with Pulp Fiction (the movie), and Fat Tail Risk? The recent epimdemy created a general state of anxiety and attention in the world. The origins of the virus started off in a random manner, and this 'little flu' escalated into a mass threat to the modern human species. The movie Pulp Fiction, shows how …
 
We can all agree that 2019 was a tough year for the global economy, with the inversion of the U.S. Yield Curve, Trade war tensions, stagnation of Europe, Geo-political issues, and continue rise of populism. This uncertainty brought in the first months of 2019, led to a generalpessimism among financial journalists and analysts, which resulted in art…
 
In December 2019, markets have witnessed a 1.9 trillion U.S. dollar Market cap from Saudi Aramco, meanwhile, companies like Apple, and Microsoft have also reached Trillion dollar market values. However, have these companies reached financial levels that are just too much for an private organization to have? Some of these companies have values that …
 
Happy holidays from the Econ Hangover Podcast! In this last year episode for 2019, Charming discusses some of his opinions on the influence of empirical testing in economics. We all know that economics has a big influence from math, however, how good is that influence for the science and for society at large? Does it have many limitations? Charming…
 
So, did you like the newest Tesla Cyber Truck? Despite your hate or love for the Minecraft style car, is Tesla a solid company to invest? And most important, is Tesla a real contender in the future of the automotive industry? The future is uncertain, and definitely risky one for this bold company, however, if Tesla will succeed or fail, the truth i…
 
New mini series at the Econ Hangover podcast, where Charming explains the basics of Behavioral Econ(BE) . In this episode he walks through the years of study in utility and rationality. Why BE became so popular in the past years? Find out more! Intro by: https://youtu.be/pq2mrQiwIRs ; Gary Becker’s paper: https://www.nber.org/chapters/c3625.pdf…
 
The interpretation of work and career have changed. We are living in strange times with fast changes in the labor market, and different inclinations and preferences of young adults. Is the traditional 9-5 over, or it will prevail for millennials and gen z’s? Find out more in this week’s episode. Soundtrack: Fire by Ili, check her on Spotify- https:…
 
Charming talks about Popper’s dialogues on the historicist doctrine of social sciences. This means, that it is believed that social scientist are able to have the same forecasting precision as scientists in the hard sciences. What are the problems of this line of thinking ? How is this relevant to economics/finance and business? If you are curious,…
 
Charming talks about three scenarios of what could happen in the future with the fast paced evolution in AI and robotics. Are we destined to become obsolete and live in a sci-if dystopia? Or these technologies will improve our society and conditions of life? Intro: https://youtu.be/vw3iCuCRm0Q
 
In this episode Charming talks about Karl Popper’s Formal Test of internal consistency (FTIC) theory. This is a method of evaluation which researchers should try to falsify the result of their studies, in order to identify if biases and/or distortions occurred given their ideologies and personal preferences.Intro: https://youtu.be/BLx6fnxQw_k…
 
Omar and Al, continue their conversation about the consequences of AI being introduced in the current economy. As most things in economics there are many trade-offs that can impact society in a positive or negative way. Listen to this episode for more cool details. Intro song: https://youtu.be/2e82UetMJMk…
 
Após apresentar um PIB abaixo das expectativas durante o primeiro trimestre de 2019,. O otimismo sobre o crescimento econômico do Brasil tem caído. Em um ano complexo politicamente para o Brasil, será que o país consegue crescer ainda? Ou estamos entrando em mais uma recessão? Neste episódio nossa breve análise do RE !…
 
Será que estamos chegando cada vez mais perto da realidade de filmes de ficção científica? Os avanços espaciais tem sido cada vez mais rápidos, e trazendo cada vez mais o interesse de governos e grandes corporações. Neste episódio discutimos como o exploração de recursos espaciais tem expandido nos últimos anos! Intro: https://youtu.be/einl3CzAp1E…
 
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