Michael Lewis

Bloomberg View / Vanity Fair

Guest

Michael Lewis is a columnist for Bloomberg View and a contributor to Vanity Fair. He is the author of several books, The Un-Doing Project: A Friendship that Changed Our Minds.

Michael Lewis on KCRW

In decision-making framing is everything, and author Michael Lewis can tell us why it is we humans are so bad at acting rationally.

The research behind our horrible decision-making

In decision-making framing is everything, and author Michael Lewis can tell us why it is we humans are so bad at acting rationally.

from To the Point

More from KCRW

Panelists discuss how abortion rights could play out during the midterms, and how to win the Latino and Gen Z vote.

from Left, Right & Center

More than 15,000 Ukrainians have passed through Tijuana on their way into the U.S. Some struggle with nightmares and trauma as they wonder what comes next.

from Greater LA

Metrolink is now powering its trains with recycled natural oils from Singapore and Finland, which it says will cut carbon emissions by up to 80%. But that doesn’t make it sustainable.

from Greater LA

Panelists discuss who should make the rules about masking, whether America is doing enough to ease the war in Ukraine, and what kinds of lessons kids should receive on gender.

from Left, Right & Center

Bob Hertzberg, one of the three leading candidates seeking to represent the 3rd District of the LA County Board of Supervisors, speaks with KCRW and KPCC/LAist.

From private yards to public parks, gardeners and landscape designers are trying to “rewild” the land with native plants and creatures, and restore the web of life.

from Greater LA

Pentagon whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg argues the Russian president may not be deploying his nukes but is using them effectively as a threat.

from Scheer Intelligence

When it came to the Ukraine conflict, Professor Michael J. Brenner did what he’s done his whole life: question American foreign policy. This time the backlash was vitriolic.

from Scheer Intelligence

How long will food prices continue to surge? They’ve been going up due to pandemic-induced supply chain disruptions and the Russia-Ukraine conflict.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand