The latest issue of The Economist features a selection of three essential articles that are read aloud in the podcast. Firstly, the podcast tackles the topic of why Donald Trump poses the biggest danger to the world in 2024. Secondly, an investigation into how experiments with funding can supercharge scientific innovation is discussed with a runtime of 09:35. Lastly, the Bartleby column on work and management explores the curse of the badly run meeting, with a runtime of 14:30.
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