Russ Roberts

September 2007

A Monthly Archive (4 entries)
 

Podcast episode Grab Bag: Munger and Roberts on Recycling, Peak Oil and Steroids

EconTalk Episode with Mike Munger
Hosted by Russ Roberts

Michael MungerMike Munger, of Duke University, and EconTalk host Russ Roberts clean up some loose ends from their previous conversation on recycling, move on to talk about the idea of buying local to reduce one's carbon footprint and then talk about the idea of peak oil. They close the conversation with the Rick Ankiel story and the implications for the Barry Bonds saga.

Size: 30.0 MB
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Podcast episode Epstein on Property Rights, Zoning and Kelo

EconTalk Episode with Richard Epstein
Hosted by Russ Roberts

Richard Epstein, of the University of Chicago and Stanford's Hoover Institution, makes the case that many current zoning restrictions are essentially "takings" and property owners should receive compensation for the lost value of their land. He also discusses the Kelo case and the political economy of the regulation of land.

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Podcast episode Cowen on Your Inner Economist

EconTalk Episode with Tyler Cowen
Hosted by Russ Roberts

Tyler CowenTyler Cowen, of George Mason University, talks about his new book, Discover Your Inner Economist: Use Incentives to Fall in Love, Survive Your Next Meeting, and Motivate Your Dentist. Cowen, legendary blogger at MarginalRevolution.com, talks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about the economics of parenting, reading, dentistry, art museums and education. Highlights include Tyler's favorite art museum and what to see there along with the challenges of being a tourist in Morocco.

Size: 26.8 MB
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Podcast episode George Shultz on Economics, Human Rights and the Fall of the Soviet Union

EconTalk Episode with George Schultz
Hosted by Russ Roberts

George Shultz, the Thomas W. and Susan B. Ford Distinguished Fellow at Stanford's Hoover Institution and Secretary of State under Ronald Reagan, talks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about the role of economics in his career, the tension between morality and pragmatism in foreign policy, and the role of personalities and economics in diplomacy, particularly in US/Soviet relations in the 1980s.

Size: 16.4 MB
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