Bill Emmott joins us this week to talk about his new book, The Fate of the West: The Battle to Save the World’s Most Successful Political Idea (https://www.amazon.com/Fate-West-Battle-Successful-Political/dp/1781257345/). Is…+ More details
Sam Bowman joins us this week to talk about political trends in the United Kingdom and in Europe more broadly. What’s a neoliberal, and how is that different from American libertarianism? What…+ More details
Emily Ekins has identified five different types of voters that elected Donald J. Trump the 45th President of the United States. Do these groups represent a big shift in American politics? In this…+ More details
Shon Hopwood joins us this week to tell about his journey from bank robber to federal prisoner to U.S. Supreme Court practicioner and Georgetown law professor. What’s it like in federal prison?…+ More details
Baetjer illustrates the harmful effects of economic regulations and argues that we ought to instead prefer economic liberty. Download the .mp3 of this lecture: http://bit.ly/2r9pVeg See our other…+ More details
Baetjer argues that the incentives inherent in market institutions outperform the incentives inherent in state institutions in getting people to properly consider the well-being of others when they…+ More details
The trial-and-error based profit and loss mechanism, says Baetjer, is an indispensable tool for guiding discovery and innovation in the economy. Download the .mp3 of this lecture: http://bit.ly/2pNU4Md Here…+ More details
Economics is the study of human choice. In this Guide, professor Howard Baetjer introduces important concepts in economics that serve as the foundation for the economic way of thinking. Here is…+ More details
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