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Philip Auerswald on the Rise of PopulismSep 25, 2017 Listen
Gabriel Zucman on Inequality, Growth, and Distributional National AccountsSep 18, 2017 Listen
Gillian Hadfield on Law and Rules For a Flat WorldSep 11, 2017 Listen
Rob Reich on Foundations and PhilanthropySep 04, 2017 Listen
Benedict Evans on the Future of CarsAug 28, 2017 Listen
John McWhorter on the Evolution of Language and Words on the MoveAug 21, 2017 Listen
Nassim Nicholas Taleb on Work, Slavery, the Minority Rule, and Skin in the GameAug 14, 2017 Listen
Tyler Cowen on Stubborn Attachments, Prosperity, and the Good SocietyAug 07, 2017 Listen
Alex Guarnaschelli on FoodJul 31, 2017 Listen
Sally Satel on Organ DonationJul 24, 2017 Listen
Tamar Haspel on Food Costs, Animal Welfare, and the Honey BeeJul 17, 2017 Listen
Martha Nussbaum on Alexander HamiltonJul 10, 2017 Listen
Chris Blattman on Chickens, Cash, and Development EconomicsJul 03, 2017 Listen
Robin Feldman on Drug Patents, Generics, and Drug WarsJun 26, 2017 Listen
Thomas Ricks on Churchill and OrwellJun 19, 2017 Listen
Don Boudreaux, Michael Munger, and Russ Roberts on Emergent OrderJun 12, 2017 Listen
Christy Ford Chapin on the Evolution of the American Health Care SystemJun 05, 2017 Listen
David Boaz, P.J. O'Rourke, and George Will on the State of LibertyMay 29, 2017 Listen
Lant Pritchett on Poverty, Growth, and ExperimentsMay 22, 2017 Listen
Cass Sunstein on #RepublicMay 15, 2017 Listen
Tyler Cowen on The Complacent ClassMay 08, 2017 Listen
Jennifer Pahlka on Code for AmericaMay 01, 2017 Listen
Elizabeth Pape on Manufacturing and Selling Women's Clothing and Elizabeth SuzannApr 24, 2017 Listen
Rana Foroohar on the Financial Sector and Makers and TakersApr 17, 2017 Listen
Erica Sandberg on Homelessness and Downtown Streets TeamApr 10, 2017 Listen
Vanessa Williamson on Taxes and Read My LipsApr 03, 2017 Listen
Jason Barr on Building the Skyline and the Economics of SkyscrapersMar 27, 2017 Listen
Andrew Gelman on Social Science, Small Samples, and the Garden of the Forking PathsMar 20, 2017 Listen
Robert Whaples on the Economics of Pope FrancisMar 13, 2017 Listen
Crafts, Garicano, and Zingales on the Economic Future of EuropeMar 06, 2017 Listen
Paul Bloom on EmpathyFeb 27, 2017 Listen
Tom Wainwright on NarconomicsFeb 20, 2017 Listen
Jim Epstein on Bitcoin, the Blockchain, and Freedom in Latin AmericaFeb 13, 2017 Listen
Gary Taubes on the Case Against SugarFeb 06, 2017 Listen
George Borjas on Immigration and We Wanted WorkersJan 30, 2017 Listen
Sam Quinones on Heroin, the Opioid Epidemic, and DreamlandJan 23, 2017 Listen
Michael Munger on the Basic Income GuaranteeJan 16, 2017 Listen
Robert Hall on Recession, Stagnation, and Monetary PolicyJan 09, 2017 Listen
Mark Warshawsky on Compensation, Health Care Costs, and InequalityJan 02, 2017 Listen
Chris Blattman on SweatshopsDec 26, 2016 Listen
Terry Anderson on Native American EconomicsDec 19, 2016 Listen
Bruce Bueno de Mesquita on the Spoils of WarDec 12, 2016 Listen
Thomas Leonard on Race, Eugenics, and Illiberal ReformersDec 05, 2016 Listen
Doug Lemov on ReadingNov 28, 2016 Listen
Erik Hurst on Work, Play, and the Dynamics of U.S. Labor MarketsNov 21, 2016 Listen
Tim Harford on the Virtues of Disorder and MessyNov 14, 2016 Listen
David Gelernter on Consciousness, Computers, and the Tides of MindNov 07, 2016 Listen
Judith Donath on Signaling, Design, and the Social MachineOct 31, 2016 Listen
Casey Mulligan on CubaOct 24, 2016 Listen
Chris Arnade on the Mexican Crisis, TARP, and American PovertyOct 17, 2016 Listen
Angus Deaton on Inequality, Trade, and the Robin Hood PrincipleOct 10, 2016 Listen
Cathy O'Neil on Weapons of Math DestructionOct 03, 2016 Listen
John Cochrane on Economic Growth and Changing the Policy DebateSep 26, 2016 Listen
Eric Wakin on Archiving, Preservation, and HistorySep 19, 2016 Listen
Susan Athey on Machine Learning, Big Data, and CausationSep 12, 2016 Listen
Terry Moe on the Constitution, the Presidency, and RelicSep 05, 2016 Listen
Leo Katz on Why the Law is So PerverseAug 29, 2016 Listen
Munger on Slavery and RacismAug 22, 2016 Listen
Chuck Klosterman on But What If We're WrongAug 15, 2016 Listen
Adam D'Angelo on Knowledge, Experimentation, and QuoraAug 08, 2016 Listen
Matthew Futterman on Players and the Business of SportsAug 01, 2016 Listen
Angela Duckworth on GritJul 25, 2016 Listen
Ryan Holiday on Ego is the EnemyJul 18, 2016 Listen
Jonathan Skinner on Health Care Costs, Technology, and Rising MortalityJul 11, 2016 Listen
Yuval Levin on The Fractured RepublicJul 04, 2016 Listen
Richard Epstein on Cruises, First-Class Travel, and InequalityJun 27, 2016 Listen
Kevin Kelly on the InevitableJun 20, 2016 Listen
Abby Smith Rumsey on Remembering, Forgetting, and When We Are No MoreJun 13, 2016 Listen
Jason Zweig on Finance and the Devil's Financial DictionaryJun 06, 2016 Listen
David Beckworth on Money, Monetary Policy, and the Great RecessionMay 30, 2016 Listen
James Bessen on Learning by DoingMay 23, 2016 Listen
Leif Wenar on Blood OilMay 16, 2016 Listen
Pedro Domingos on Machine Learning and the Master AlgorithmMay 09, 2016 Listen
Arnold Kling on Specialization and TradeMay 02, 2016 Listen
Alberto Alesina on Fiscal Policy and AusterityApr 25, 2016 Listen
Gary Belsky on the Origins of SportsApr 18, 2016 Listen
Robert Frank on Success and LuckApr 11, 2016 Listen
Richard Jones on TranshumanismApr 04, 2016 Listen
Jayson Lusk on Food, Technology, and Unnaturally DeliciousMar 28, 2016 Listen
Marina Krakovsky on the Middleman EconomyMar 21, 2016 Listen
David Autor on Trade, China, and U.S. Labor MarketsMar 14, 2016 Listen
Will Davies on the Economics, Economists, and the Limits of NeoliberalismMar 07, 2016 Listen
Alison Wolf on Women, Inequality and the XX FactorFeb 29, 2016 Listen
Matt Ridley on the Evolution of EverythingFeb 22, 2016 Listen
Adam Cifu on Ending Medical ReversalFeb 15, 2016 Listen
Adam Ozimek on the Power of Econometrics and DataFeb 08, 2016 Listen
Timothy Taylor on Government vs. BusinessFeb 01, 2016 Listen
James Heckman on Facts, Evidence, and the State of EconometricsJan 25, 2016 Listen
Josh Luber on Sneakers, Sneakerheads, and the Second-hand MarketJan 18, 2016 Listen
Greg Ip on FoolproofJan 11, 2016 Listen
Robert Frank on Dinner Table EconomicsJan 04, 2016 Listen
Noah Smith on Whether Economics is a ScienceDec 28, 2015 Listen
Philip Tetlock on SuperforecastingDec 21, 2015 Listen
George Selgin on Monetary Policy and the Great RecessionDec 14, 2015 Listen
Canice Prendergast on How Prices Can Improve a Food Fight (and Help the Poor)Dec 07, 2015 Listen
David Mindell on Our Robots, OurselvesNov 30, 2015 Listen
Michael Munger on EconTalk's 500th EpisodeNov 23, 2015 Listen
Brian Nosek on the Reproducibility ProjectNov 16, 2015 Listen
Robert Aronowitz on Risky MedicineNov 09, 2015 Listen
Michael Matheson Miller on Poverty, IncNov 02, 2015 Listen
Cesar Hidalgo on Why Information GrowsOct 26, 2015 Listen
Yuval Harari on SapiensOct 19, 2015 Listen
Pete Boettke on Katrina, Ten Years AfterOct 12, 2015 Listen
Tim O'Reilly on Technology and WorkOct 05, 2015 Listen
Pete Geddes on the American Prairie ReserveSep 28, 2015 Listen
Tina Rosenberg on the Kidney Market in IranSep 21, 2015 Listen
Mitch Weiss on the Business of BroadwaySep 14, 2015 Listen
William MacAskill on Effective Altruism and Doing Good BetterSep 07, 2015 Listen
Paul Robinson on Cooperation, Punishment and the Criminal Justice SystemAug 31, 2015 Listen
Jesse Ausubel on Agriculture, Technology, and the Return of NatureAug 24, 2015 Listen
Rachel Laudan on the History of Food and CuisineAug 17, 2015 Listen
Summer Brennan on Wilderness, Politics and the Oyster WarAug 10, 2015 Listen
Roger Berkowitz on Fish, Food, and Legal Sea FoodsAug 03, 2015 Listen
Eric Hanushek on the Education, Skills, and the Millennium Development GoalsJul 27, 2015 Listen
Wences Casares on Bitcoin and XapoJul 20, 2015 Listen
Lee Ohanian, Arnold Kling, and John Cochrane on the Future of Freedom, Democracy, and ProsperityJul 13, 2015 Listen
Alvin Roth on Matching MarketsJul 06, 2015 Listen
Matt Ridley on Climate ChangeJun 29, 2015 Listen
Morten Jerven on African Economic GrowthJun 22, 2015 Listen
Adam Davidson on Hollywood and the Future of WorkJun 15, 2015 Listen
Nathaniel Popper on Bitcoin and Digital GoldJun 08, 2015 Listen
Martin Weitzman on Climate ChangeJun 01, 2015 Listen
Bent Flyvbjerg on MegaprojectsMay 25, 2015 Listen
Nicholas Vincent on the Magna CartaMay 18, 2015 Listen
Eric Topol on the Power of Patients in a Digital WorldMay 11, 2015 Listen
Michael O'Hare on Art MuseumsMay 04, 2015 Listen
Leonard Wong on Honesty and Ethics in the MilitaryApr 27, 2015 Listen
Scott Sumner on Interest RatesApr 20, 2015 Listen
Phil Rosenzweig on Leadership, Decisions, and Behavioral EconomicsApr 13, 2015 Listen
Vernon Smith and James Otteson on Adam SmithApr 06, 2015 Listen
David Skarbek on Prison Gangs and the Social Order of the UnderworldMar 30, 2015 Listen
Campbell Harvey on Randomness, Skill, and Investment StrategiesMar 23, 2015 Listen
Paul Romer on Urban GrowthMar 16, 2015 Listen
Lawrence H. White on Monetary ConstitutionsMar 09, 2015 Listen
David Zetland on WaterMar 02, 2015 Listen
Michael Munger on Choosing in GroupsFeb 23, 2015 Listen
Benn Steil on the Battle of Bretton WoodsFeb 16, 2015 Listen
Daniel Sumner on the Political Economy of AgricultureFeb 09, 2015 Listen
Luigi Zingales on the Costs and Benefits of the Financial SectorFeb 02, 2015 Listen
Alex Tabarrok on Private CitiesJan 26, 2015 Listen
Nassim Nicholas Taleb on the Precautionary Principle and Genetically Modified OrganismsJan 19, 2015 Listen
Greg Page on Food, Agriculture, and CargillJan 12, 2015 Listen
Joshua Greene on Moral Tribes, Moral Dilemmas, and UtilitarianismJan 05, 2015 Listen