Jan 26, 2021
This week we discuss how new means of constructing algorithms may reduce racial disparities in health care. And, I speak with Professor Nina Bandelj of the University of California-Irvine about her recent paper titled “Amplified Decoupling in the Global Economy: The Case of Bilateral Investment Treaties.” The paper is to be published in Socius, and is co-authored by Aaron Tester.
Segment 1 -- Nina Bandelj on “Amplified Decoupling in the Global Economy: The Case of Bilateral Investment Treaties”
Segment 2 -- A novel way to construct diagnostic algorithms can reduce health care disparities along lines of race, income, and education