Episode 1 is now available! talks about the intergenerational effects of Head Start on criminal behavior.
ICYMI: In episode 1 of , talked with about how the introduction of Head Start programs in poor communities in the 1960s reduced the criminal activity of the *next* generation (those kids' kids).
I'm really excited that my fave economist is launching a new podcast, , about law, economics, and crime. Here's ep 1!
episode 1 interview between and is online! Will listen to driving to econ of crime happy hour.
I'm not really a podcast person but I am excited about this new one about economics and crime from ! First ep is about the effects of Head Start
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