Leonard Lopate at Large – June 30 – Louis Hyman, Historian of Work and Business, on Economics

Today, Leonard’s guest is Louis Hyman, a historian of work and business. Today’s discussion is on economics.

Louis Hyman is a historian of work and business at the ILR School of Cornell University, where he also directs the Institute for Workplace Studies in New York City. He has published two books on the history of personal debt (Debtor Nation and Borrow) and a history of how American work became so insecure (Temp).

Originally from Baltimore, Hyman received a BA in history and mathematics from Columbia University. A former Fulbright scholar and McKinsey associate, he received his PhD in American history from Harvard University.

He is a founding editor of the Columbia Studies in the History of U.S. Capitalism book series from Columbia University Press, and the director of the History of Capitalism Summer Camp.

Leonard Lopate at Large – June 30 – Louis Hyman, Historian of Work and Business, on Economics

 
 
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