Danielle Riberio from Great.com interviewed the Center for Economic Accountability as part of their 'Great.com Talks With...' podcast. This series is an antidote to negative news stories that aims to shed light on organizations and experts whose work is making a positive impact on the world. America today gives more subsidies to stadiums than any … Continue reading Great.com interviews The Center for Economic Accountability About Advancing Economic Opportunity by Transparency
Despite what the title says, CEA President John Mozena and host Andrew Heaton talked about much more than just stadium subsidies in this episode of The Political Orphanage, a popular podcast for the politically disenfranchised that bills itself as "politics minus bile plus jokes." In a wide-ranging discussion, Heaton and Mozena walked through why people … Continue reading The Political Orphanage Podcast: Stadium Subsidies Are Unfathomably Stupid
On Friday's Cato Daily Podcast, CEA President John Mozena discussed how coalitions are coming together from across the ideological spectrum to take on state-level economic development subsidy programs...and win. Mozena pointed out that potential allies for corporate welfare reform aren't always ideological allies. Sometimes, opposition to these programs can come from self-interested "pocketbook" constituencies, such … Continue reading Cato Daily Podcast: The Broad Coalitions That Stop Corporate Welfare
The Center for Economic Accountability is proud to be part of Atlas Network's global network of independent partner organizations that promote individual freedom and are committed to identifying and removing barriers to human flourishing. We share Atlas Network's vision of "a free, prosperous, and peaceful world where the principles of individual liberty, property rights, limited … Continue reading AtlasNexus Podcast interview with CEA’s John Mozena
In August, the CEA's John Mozena joined the Neoliberal Podcast to discuss economic development policy. The podcast, which the Neoliberal Project made available to its supporters as an exclusive, is now available for download by all. Listen to it on their website, at iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts.