"I realized at some point that my views had changed on a bunch of things. If I had to say why, it’s because I’ve talked to a lot of people and read a lot of books." on how podcasting has changed his views:
"I would emphasize, you don’t have to embrace fundamentalism to have a taste of the transcendent in your life, and I think it’s an important part of being a human being." — on
. on #CowenConvos: "We romanticize science a great deal, & I think we romanticize the objectivity of academics & researchers. They have their own pet theories, fads, reputations. It’s very hard to do science. It’s very hard to do good science."
The "godfather of economics podcasting" took the guest chair this week to have a conversation with on where classical liberalism has gone wrong, the Bible, biases, and much more: #ThursdayThoughts
The original economics podcaster, , takes a turn as a guest and joins Tyler this week for an episode of #CowenConvos. Listen here
The "godfather of economics podcasting" took the guest chair this week to have a conversation with on where classical liberalism has gone wrong, the Bible, biases, and much more:
My Conversation with the excellent Russ Roberts, , , turning the tables.
Are we subject to being manipulated by data? and discuss this and much more on the latest #CowenConvos.
"People on the left and the right have adopted the economist’s view that says there’s a function that translates *stuff* into well-being. I think that’s just grotesque."—
Who are some of 's favorite people to interview on his podcast?
“What I’ll change is for people to be more willing to accept the possibility that they’re wrong, which is not a policy lever that we actually have control of.” [email protected] on #CowenConvos Ep. 68. Listen to his full conversation with today