What is your favorite Economics podcasts? More on the research side please.
Since I have too few words, here are mine:
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AEA Research Highlights: discusses a recent publication in AEA journals with the authors of the article. Covers all areas in econ but applied micro is definitely overrepresented.
IMF Podcasts: Listen to the brightest minds in the field of economics and development discuss their latest research and deconstruct global economic trends.
Compared to 'The Uncertain Hour' podcast, you'll find a much more diverse variety of topics with guests from all across the globe discussing regional, national and global issues here.
EconTalk: The grandfather of Econ podcasts. Russ Roberts invites guests to discuss a variety of topics. Lately, not really about Economics anymore.
The Uncertain Hour: Each season, we explain the weird, complicated and often unequal American economy — and why some people get ahead and some get left behind.
I haven't listened to it for a while, but I liked the Freakonomics podcast.