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Economist and author David Henderson talks about his book (co-authored with Steve Globerman) The Essential UCLA School of Economics with EconTalk host Russ Roberts. Much of...
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Glen Weyl on Antitrust, Capitalism, and Radical Reform
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Can corporate America, and Big Tech in particular, be democratized? How can we make capitalism more accountable to the people? In this episode, EconTalk host Russ Roberts welcomes back the OCTOPEST of Microsoft, Glen Weyl. Says Roberts, "I love capitalism....
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Mary Hirschfeld on Economics, Culture, and Aquinas and the Market
Author, economist, and theologian Mary Hirschfeld of Villanova University talks about her book, Aquinas and the Market, with EconTalk host Russ Roberts. Hirschfeld looks at the nature of our economic activity as buyers and sellers and whether our pursuit of...
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The OCTOPEST Oracle
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David Henderson on the Essential UCLA School of Ec...
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INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND CROSS-COUNTRY COMPARISONS
Glen Weyl on Antitrust, Capitalism, and Radical Re...
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Johann Hari on Lost Connections
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What Have the Romans Ever Done for Us?
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Bret Devereaux on Ancient Greece and Rome
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Michael Heller and James Salzman on Mine!
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Friedman Samuelson: The Frenemies
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Nicholas Wapshott on Samuelson and Friedman
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Most of the People, Most of the Time
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THEORY OF MARKETS
Michael Munger on Free Markets
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Incentives, Institutions, and the Marketplace for ...
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Jonathan Rauch on the Constitution of Knowledge
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James Heckman on Inequality and Economic Mobility
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Michael Easter on the Comfort Crisis
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A Perfect Storm
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