Trump Win Implications: Scientific Innovation and Common Meeting Errors

In the latest issue of The Economist, there are three essential articles that are read aloud in the podcast. The first article discusses why Donald Trump poses the biggest danger to the world in 2024. This article is sure to spark conversation and debate among listeners.

The second article investigates how experiments with funding can supercharge scientific innovation, with a runtime of 09:35. This article is sure to be of interest to those who are passionate about science and technology.

Lastly, the Bartleby column, on work and management, explores the curse of the badly run meeting, with a runtime of 14:30. This article is perfect for those who have ever struggled with long and unproductive meetings at work.

Listeners can sign up for a free trial of Economist Podcasts+ to access the latest episodes. Subscribers to The Economist already have full access to all the shows as part of their subscription. More information about accessing Economist Podcasts+ is available on the FAQs page or in a video explaining how to link your account.

For those interested in podcast transcripts, they are available upon request at [email protected]. The Economist is committed to improving accessibility and is exploring new ways to expand its podcast-transcript offering. Whether you’re interested in politics, science or management, there’s something for everyone in this latest issue of The Economist Podcasts+!

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