The latest edition of The Economist features a selection of three essential articles that are available for listening in the podcast. The first article delves into why Donald Trump poses the greatest threat to the world in 2024. Next, an investigation on how funding experiments can boost scientific innovation is discussed, with a runtime of 9:35 minutes. Finally, the Bartleby column on work and management examines the curse of poorly run meetings, with a runtime of 14:30 minutes.

Listeners can take advantage of a free trial for Economist Podcasts+ to access these latest episodes. Subscribers to The Economist already have full access to all shows as part of their subscription. More information about accessing Economist Podcasts+ is available on the FAQs page or in a video explaining how to link your account.

For those interested in podcast transcripts, they are available upon request at [email protected]. The Economist is committed to improving accessibility and exploring new ways to expand its podcast-transcript offering.

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