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03 March 2021

New episode in Great Debates podcast series released

The second installment in the King’s Great Debates podcast series is now live.

The King's Great Debates series.

Featuring Dr Adam Tebble, reader in political theory at King’s, the episode sees host Professor Peter John discuss why we have great debates, the dimensions of debate in economics and politics, and the implications framing a debate as ‘great’.

The episode (which you can listen to here) is released ahead of the next King’s Great Debate, which takes place on 18 March. The Climate Emergency: Do we need a whole new political economy? will bring together a multi-disciplinary group of scholars and experts to address the issues shaping the global response to our changing climate, both now and over the generations to come.

You can find out more about the debate and sign-up to attend here.

The new instalment in the podcast series follows the launch episode released last month which featured King’s visiting researcher, Dr Hans Asenbaum. You can listen to that episode here.

In this story

Adam Tebble

Reader in Political Theory

Peter John

Head of the School of Politics and Economics and Professor of Public Policy