David Wessel, economics editor for the Wall Street Journal and pens a weekly column, "Capital" that examines the economy and forces that shape living standards around the world.
He is a regular contributor on National Public Radio and WETA's Washington Week and wrote the Financial Times Business Book of the Year 2009 finalist, "In Fed We Trust: Ben Bernanke's War on the Great Panic." The book was also selected as one of the "Most Notable Books of 2009" by The New York Times.
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|Choice Cuts:: The Future Plate||As the global population rises, will carnivores see new alternatives on their plate? Are yak...|
|Choice Cuts: Consumer Impact||As consumers become more aware of their food and what it takes to make it, big industry and local...|
|Choice Cuts: Beef Looks to the Future||Greenhouse gas emissions associated with beef production are higher than electricity, coal and...|
|The State of Education in Nebraska: Education Reform||Education is meant to be an equalizer in our society, an outlet in which all students have the...|
|Solomon Butcher: Frontier Photographer||Solomon Butcher began life in Nebraska as a homesteader and by his own admission, it didn't suit...|
|E.N. Thompson Forum on World Issues: ACTIVISM, 2015-16||Lecture Summary For Jose Antonio Vargas, the political is deeply personal. In his speech, Vargas...|
|Meet Strength Coach Mark Philipp: Big Red Wrap-Up||An inside look at the new era of Nebraska Football Strength and Conditioning, led by new Head...|
|Nebraska/Miami Rivalry: Big Red Wrap-Up||Nebraska vs. Miami football rivalry through the eyes of the players who played in the big games...|
|Big Red Wrap-Up: Miami Prediction||Kevin Kugler, Sean Callahan and Blake Lawrence predict the outcome of the Nebraska v Miami game.|
|Big Red Wrap-Up: South Alabama, 1503||Hosts recap the South Alabama game with guest host Sean Callahan and special guest Steven M. Sipple...|