Alex Aragona speaks with Steve Horwitz as he explores what drives human progress, and why the market is so crucial to that.

Alex Aragona speaks with Clark Neily as he explores the causes of America's policing problems, and policies that may fix them.

It's our 2020 roundup episode! Alex Aragona chats with Matt Bufton and Sabine El-Chidiac about topics and ideas surrounding liberalism in the past year, and choose their favourite Curious Task episodes from 2020.

Alex Aragona speaks with Mike Tanner as he explores the factors that contribute to the persistence of poverty, and different policy recommendations that can help alleviate it.

Alex Aragona speaks with Janet Bufton as she explores where and how the tenets of classical liberalism come into play for those who call themselves libertarians.

Alex Aragona speaks with David Skarbek as he explores the different governance structures  that prisoners live under and create in prisons around the world.

Alex Aragona speaks with Mustafa Akyol as he explores whether Islam can be compatible with liberalism, and his recent research on freedom in Muslim-majority countries.

Alex Aragona speaks with Kevin Vallier as he explores the different tenets of political and social polarization, and whether the divisions we're seeing today can be reversed.

Alex Aragona speaks with Sabine El-Chidiac as she explores the different ways civil society solutions help refugees succeed when they move to their new home.

Alex Aragona speaks with Tom Palmer as he explores the institutions and conditions that cause peace and war.

Alex Aragona speaks with Virginia Postrel as she explores how her newest book traces how textiles shaped our modern societies.

Alex Aragona speaks with Eric Merkley as he explores the reasons why the public often mistrusts experts.

Alex Aragona speaks with Bart Wilson as he explores the natural tendencies of humans in relation to their views and attitudes on property.

Alex Aragona speaks with Michael Strong as he explores how entrepreneurship improves the lives of people all over the world. 

Alex Aragona speaks with Cara Zwibel as she offers her thoughts on whether we can maintain our civil liberties during an emergency like a pandemic, and how we can do so.

Alex Aragona speaks with Bryan Caplan about the value of a formal education, and compares the alleged benefits against the reality.

Alex Aragona speaks with Eric Schliesser as he explores the history of the term "neoliberalism," its eventual evolution, and what neoliberalism means today.

Alex Aragona speaks with Lynne Kiesling as she explores the current structure of energy systems and delivery, and how they can be restructured in more market-oriented ways.

Alex Aragona speaks with Matt Ridley as he explores the nature of innovation and the conditions that enable it to flourish.

Alex Aragona speaks with Terry Anderson as he explores the external forces that have restrained the wealth and well being of Indigenous peoples in the West, and how that wealth can be unlocked. 

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