NYU professor Richard Florida documents the rise of the creative economy in New York City, and acknowledges the downsides -- namely, rising inequality and high housing prices. Plus: The Atlantic writer Ta-Nehisi Coates; why some work conflicts are rooted in gender differences; the complicated relationships between prison guards and inmates; and why even a short walk in nature can have a positive effect on your mental health.
The segments below originally aired earlier this summer. Links to the unedited audio are here:
- The Rise of the Creative Economy
- Gender Intelligence at the Office
- Ta-Nehisi Coates' Letters to his Son
- Prisoners of Lust: Inmate-Officer Relationships
- Your Brain on Nature