I'm joined in episode 12 of the Ryan Research podcast by Krzysztof Tyszka-Drozdowski. He is a writer and analyst with a specific focus on globalization, industrial policy, and international conflict. He worked as an analyst in one of the agencies overseeing industrial policy in Poland.
In our chat, talk about the history of economics focusing on the differences between liberalism and nationalism. We review Eric Helleiner's "The Neomercantilists" and explore the ideas that come out of it. We then talk about Poland's experience in the communist, post-communist, and 2000s periods and how its economy has developed. We then move to a discussion of the East Asian developmental states and why they are so successful. We conclude with an analysis of the European Union and the national economic solutions for European nations.
You can find his work here: https://tyszka-drozdowski.com/
Follow him here: https://twitter.com/ktdrozdowski
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