By: John Gormley
On: The Gormley Show
We see the shift to make more electric vehicles, and many of them piling up, waiting to be sold. We are seeing this shift impact the middle class, especially when it comes to the cost of buying an EV being well over $60,000. Joel Kotkin, Executive Director of the Urban Reform Institute and Urban Futures Fellow at Chapman University, recently wrote about how EV mandates attack the middle class. He joins Gormley to explain how harmful the move to EVs is on the middle class. Read more
By: Dr. Kate Devlin
On: The Bunker
Are we witnessing the death of Silicon Valley as big tech shifts from physical products to services? And has the time of California being the promised land for budding tech bros gone? Dr. Kate Devlin is joined in The Bunker by Joel Kotkin, fellow in urban studies at Chapman University, to find out. Read more
By: Angela Kokott
Angela Kokott talks with Joel Kotkin — the author of The Coming of Neo-Feudalism: A Warning to the Global Middle Class. On this episode of the podcast, they discuss how electric vehicle mandates and the overall push for EVs represents an assault on the working class. Read more
By: John Oakley
John Oakley talks with Joel Kotkin, who is the author of The Coming of Neo-Feudalism: A Warning to the Global Middle Class. On this episode of the podcast, they discuss Kotkin’s recent piece on urban sprawl as an answer to the problem of expensive housing. Read more
By: Freddy Gray
On: The Spectator
Freddy Gray speaks to Joel Kotkin who is the author of The Coming of Neo-Feudalism: A Warning to the Global Middle Class. On the podcast, they discuss the collapse of Silicon Valley. With mass layoffs in the tech sector and a post-pandemic real estate downturn, Kotkin argues the Valley is entering a period of long-term decline – but can it come back from this?
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By: Amanda Vanstone
Are there any limits to libertarianism? Joel Kotkin, author of The Coming of Neo-Feudalism: A Warning to the Global Middle Class, argues that there is and it is most obvious in housing and the market economy. Does it matter?
Listen to this interview at CounterPoint
By: Brendan O’Neill
Joel Kotkin – spiked columnist and author of The Coming of Neo-Feudalism – returns to The Brendan O’Neill Show. Joel and Brendan discuss the implosion of Silicon Valley Bank, the emergence of the new tech oligarchy and how the virtue-signalling elites could be digging their own graves.
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