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  • The Rise, Fall and Quiet Deliverance of Irving Fisher

    The Rise, Fall and Quiet Deliverance of Irving Fisher

    Matt Lampert and Robert Folsom discuss the hard lesson Fisher learned, and what the “greatest economist the U.S. every produced” did after.

     
  • Anyone Can Learn Socionomics

    Anyone Can Learn Socionomics

    Want to predict the next big thing in fashion, film or pop music? What about developments in the economy, politics and societal health? Whether you’re new to socionomics or just want to brush up on the basics, you’ll be understanding and anticipating social trends in no time as you watch a child, young adult and expert apply socionomic theory in this engaging video.

     
  • History’s Hidden Engine: A Socionomics Documentary

    History’s Hidden Engine: A Socionomics Documentary

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  • China During Chairman Mao: Negative Mood Catastrophe

    China During Chairman Mao: Negative Mood Catastrophe

    The scale of destruction under Mao Zedong boggles the mind: Even so, you may find that this conversation offers unique insights into the “why” that propelled a uniquely awful period in post-WWII China.

     
  • ‘Cancel Culture’: Where Did It Come From, Where Will It Go From Here?

    ‘Cancel Culture’: Where Did It Come From, Where Will It Go From Here?

    Cancel culture: Is it the latest “fashion statement” in political anger, or does it have a history? Matt Lampert & Robert Folsom answer that question in this episode of Pop Trends, Price Culture, and discuss where the trend may go next.

     
  • “The Only Year America Got (Literally) Smaller”

    “The Only Year America Got (Literally) Smaller”

    We invite you to watch our video about the epic events of 1918, and along the way listen to Matt Lampert and Robert Folsom “pause” to discuss the profound socionomic issues the video includes, and how those issues are more relevant than ever today.

     
  • Stock vs. U.S. Births: Is There Really a Connection?

    Stock vs. U.S. Births: Is There Really a Connection?

    Watch the Socionomics Institute’s Matt Lampert and EWI’s Robert Folsom dive into details about the strange connection between annual births and a stock market chart. It’s not what you think…

     
  • Cryptos, GameStop, David vs. Goliath: What’s the Next Big Mood Clash?

    Cryptos, GameStop, David vs. Goliath: What’s the Next Big Mood Clash?

    Watch Matt Lampert and Robert Folsom discuss the recent David-and-Goliath battle between Redditors and Wall Street, the challenge that cryptocurrencies pose to the international monetary system, and who the “Goliaths” and “Davids” may soon be, when the next big turn arrives.

     
  • PTPC: “McCarthyism” – You May Know the Who, But Do You Know the When and the Why?

    PTPC: “McCarthyism” – You May Know the Who, But Do You Know the When and the Why?

    Matt Lampert and Robert Folsom discuss exactly what McCarthyism was and where it came from. The parallel to politics in our time is unsettling indeed.

     
  • What the Heck Happened in 2020?

    What the Heck Happened in 2020?

    Want to predict the next big thing in fashion, film or pop music? What about developments in the economy, politics and societal health? Whether you’re new to socionomics or just want to brush up on the basics, you’ll be understanding and anticipating social trends in no time as you watch a child, young adult and expert apply socionomic theory in this engaging video.