David Runciman, Helen Thompson and Adam Tooze discuss what might follow the pandemic. From vaccines to changing patterns of employment, from action on climate to new tensions with China, what might the long-term effects of 2020 might be? They also consider what options are open to a Biden administration: with the Georgia run-offs to come and the disease still spreading, how much wriggle room has he got? This episode was recorded as part of the Bristol Festival of Economics.

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