Chicago Economists interviews

Reading material keeps piling up.

John Cassidy of New Yorker had interviewed Chicago Univ economists in October. There was a buzz in blogosphere when he posted about the interviews on Jan 1, 2010.  But he had not provided transcripts of the interviews

Now he has started posting the transcripts. He plans to release them in stages.

Enjoy the interviews of

More to follow….

Addendum:

More interviews added:

Urbanomics has a very useful summary of interviewed econs ideas.

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4 Responses to “Chicago Economists interviews”

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