Ted Fishman

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Does the U.S. have a college affordability problem? Ted Fishman joins Jim Blasingame to discuss why and how some communities are helping their young citizens pursue a college education.
Communities not only need well-educated youth, but also new job creators. Ted Fishman joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how to create a balance between higher education and job creation within a community.
Indonesia, with over 17,000 islands, is the 4th largest country in the world. Ted Fishman joins Jim Blasingame to report on the global uniqueness of Indonesia economically, politically and culturally.
Democracy came so quickly to Indonesia that it's still in its political infancy. Ted Fishman joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the issues facing the future of Indonesia, including institutional corruption, plus its importance to the global economy.
What will happen to Tibet? Ted Fishman joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how the Chinese government is abusing Tibetans, including diluting their population with Chinese immigrants.
How long can the Chinese Communist Party maintain control? Ted Fishman joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the future of China’s government and economy, plus will China resort to protectionism and their old xenophobic ways?
Has Wall Street become the enemy of capitalism? Ted Fishman joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the predatory and potentially libelous practices of 21st century Wall Street, including the excesses of short-sellers.
Why did the U.S. Secretary of Commerce make news in China? Ted Fishman joins Jim Blasingame to report on why the "regular guy" behavior of Commerce Secretary Gary Locke made news during a recent trip to China.
Why should Americans care about Indonesia and Singapore? Ted Fishman joins Jim Blasingame to discuss his recent trip to Indonesia and Singapore and what we should know about these two countries.
Economic development that focuses on the entire population. Ted Fishman joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the role of chambers of commerce and economic developers in creating economies around the strengths of the entire local workforce.