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"professor economics" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"professor economics" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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"professor economics" Discussed on EconTalk

EconTalk

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"professor economics" Discussed on EconTalk

"Today is august thirty first. Twenty twenty one and my guest is economist and author david henderson research fellow at stanford university's hoover institution and in america's professor economics with the naval postgraduate school david blogs at econ log. He's the editor of the concise encyclopedia of economics. Both are part of the library comics. Liberty which ho secon talk and this is david. Second appearance on e. kentucky was here last in amazingly longtime ago david july of two thousand seven when we were discussing disagreeable economists. Our topic for today is david's new book the essential. Ucla school of economics. Co-authored with stephen. Globerman i wanna thank plan to onyx providing. Today's guest with the blackwell fifty two twenty headset. David welcome back to econ talk. Nice russ so. This is a very short very well done introduction to the ucla school of economics. It's focused mainly but not exclusively on what i think of as the two best economists not to win a nobel prize arm allchin herald debts Two of my favorite economists. And i feel. They received insufficient attention here their work on e. contacts. I'm really glad we're here to talk about them as well as ucla. Generally i want to start with an insight. That you quote of of allergens. Are you say his work was guided by the incite quote. You tell me the rules. And i'll tell you what outcomes to expect and i think that's an incredibly deep simple way of capturing a key part of the economic thinking what does that. What does that mean to you that for us. And by the way armand started with that idea not in those words exactly but with that idea of my first class i ever had with him at ucla. And the graduate program in september. Nineteen seventy two. He said if you look at incentives if you look at the the way incentives are structured. You can understand a lot of behavior that otherwise is mysterious. So i remember my first day of class. He said now when you go to the ucla bookstore to buy the books. You're going to be in a long line and you're going to be really angry about that but you shouldn't be angry. You should be happy because it means that economics works. Economics explains behavior. The people working there are on on our just a standard wage. They don't have a strong incentive but more important there's no real ownership. This is essentially a cooperative. And so no one. No one's what he later. Introduces us to called the residual claimant. No one gets this big benefit if they do better and so. I wasn't happy when i heard that i thought. Wow this guy's real this guy from the get-go is trying to tell us how important economics is how important incentives are and then of course later. How property rights are explaining behavior. He was He was a provocateur. I assume in the classroom. I never had a class with him. My understanding from former students of his like yourself is that he loves saying things that would shock people and and give answers to puzzles of everyday life that that he thought were were True and surprising. Yes he would come to class pretty much every day and say why do we see this and of course. Oh and one of the things. He laid out the first day classes. If you don't put up your hand. I don't know you. And so take a chance and your whole capital value is at risk cure. And so i got that already kind of got that. But i really got it. And so we put up our hands answer. And he'd say no no no and not give any reasons we go back to our carols and say now. Why was he right. Why were we wrong. And every once in a while we'd figure out that one of us was right and we go back to class the next day and say professor allchin we think blah blah blah blah. So oh yeah i know. Why don't you admit it. Well i wanted to see how confident you were of your answer. That reminds him star for my graduate. School days. When gary becker asked a question and someone you asked this does this go. This variable go up or down and someone said and he said. Do you want to flip that coin one more time. So you know it's it gets a little scary in there. I actually wants answered up. And he said are you sure and i said down and he said i get it the first time because i was panic those were was he intimidating. Yeah he was intimidating. he was actually. I mean what. I figured out later. He's kind of a shy man. And by the way i think his shyness. I'm no going a little field here but it relates to the introduction. I think his shyness in some part of the reason he didn't win the nobel prize he was shy and humble and so he never really pushed himself wasn't he. Yeah he wasn't tough promoter at all and so but yeah but yeah. He was intimidated. So he wrote a textbook with william allen. The first edition was called exchange and production university. No i think the first one was called exchange with production by overseas economics. Nineteen sixty four and exchange in production came later. Yeah yeah that's interesting. Because i don't take that's what it says in the introduction to the current one but maybe i misunderstood but the current edition which is edited by jerry jordan Who i think was a student of allergens is called universal economics. And i'm just wanna put a plug in for it. You can get it for eight.

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"professor economics" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"professor economics" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"They are they are. I'm going on a tour next week. Where i'm going to be visiting classrooms. We're going to see what's happening. We're going to see better ventilation system. We're gonna see how the american rescue plan funds have been used by enlarge have been unfortunately in some places. They're slow to release the money they're holding it and we're working hard to make sure that the money gets to the bathroom where it's needed to provide for smaller class sizes to provide more school counselors and social workers to meet the students where they are so. We're working daily to make sure that the money does get released but as you know in some places that's a little bit easier than others the us department of education when you talk about some places easier than others. Open civil rights inquiries into several states. Florida schools mask policy announced last week. It's opening investigation in the florida. Part of education for potentially violating the rights of students with disabilities by preventing school districts from requiring masks. What is such an investigation entail. What we know all students deserve an opportunity or sake in person learning and in places where they're choosing to not follow the guidance that protects children. We know some families especially families of children with disabilities. Do not feel comfortable. Sending their children to school feel that they're putting their children in harm's way if they're not following the protocols to keep children safe as you said earlier. This is preventable. So what we're doing is we're investigating to see. The rights of students are being violated because of poor policy. We need to make very clear. We're going to stand by the students and we're going to stand by the educators that are trying to safely real been schools in in some places is going to require an investigation from our office civil rights. I have a question about data and last year. I found this utterly maddening Which was that. There just seemed to be no central school data repository. There were individuals a professor economics brown. Who's trying to collate it altogether. Do we have central data. Mean is there central is somewhere in the federal government. Whether it's cdc or you. There is database that is tracking school infections. How they're moving what. The rates are in schools. So that we know what's going on right. Chris data needs to drive the direction that we move. Data needs to drive where we're focusing our efforts and what we've done is since coming in is developed data systems working closer with cdc make sure we have real time information right now. We have Folks at the department of education working closely with state's calling tracking these data and we aren't using data to determine that the strategies are working and where there are pockets of overspread. Were noticing that the use of mitigation strategies is not consistent. So yes we are developing those systems that did not exist before. But we do need those now to make sure that. We're focusing our attention on those districts in those states that need the most secretary of education. Miguel cardona who has a big job along with every educator in this country this fall thank you very much are. They are still counting the vote in california. It's a lot of votes to count the republican losses presenting it's total. It's an absolute defeat. And yet as far as i could ill. There's been next to zero reckoning imparting no post mortem to see where they went so badly wrong so if they won't do it we'll do it for them next used.

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"professor economics" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"professor economics" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

"And as you would expect todd of the control missions the less they laws in particular steitz fancy. Who would have thought. And to the graph of that up the and is also another graph which shows different states with average cases per one hundred thousand and the stringent measures. And if you certainly want to try and compare apples with apples of difference. The fifty states of the united states certainly the stringency mejia's showed that more stringent the number of cases. You have eventually attack wits here right. So what else have i got. Look dance in the economy. This was an article from the conversation. So you think. Economic downturns cost lives question marks christian mock fawning shy that diet and this is an article by authors associate professor economics senior lecturer of economics senior lectern economics and professor of economics university of sydney. All of them and i start with disclosure statement that they don't have any conflict of interest and by side that's traffic arenavirus rotation we've been told this been a balancing act. Rick i'm law. It's on the one. Hand lockdown side lives by limiting the spread of the coronavirus on the other. I said to coughs by warning. Back economic activity and pushing up unemployment and misery. Some argue that on balance. I increased deaths rather than prevent them some climb that the great lockdown will be as destructive as the great depression of those talk of shop increases in suicide rights other sites complex and we just died so i with ice. I is an alternative fact vice perspective and nightside downturns downturns generally consi- lords so i've looked at other economic downturns throughout modern history. I eyestone unemployment in recessions and they fine no relationship between unemployment in mortality particular so a nice significant increase in suicide rights but i do find significant effect on might have equal death. So what i find is that during recessions in periods of high unemployment when young men are not working. They're not driving as much. But i get killed as much in motor vehicle accidents. That's what i find in terms of deaths and of good chart he uh i will put up. So it's looking at the covid period of last year in comparing it to the average number of deaths in the previous five years. And if you look at the red line shows twenty twenty deaths which as you can see the most part snakes underneath the five year average and somebody wants to sigh will other deaths of suicide. Another things have increased during the sky baton because of a lockdown actual death certificates death statistics. Don't show that and they say that their findings not unusual minimal and even overall live sighting effects. Economic downturns have been observed in the united states. Germany canada france the asia pacific so reasons why set out in i research pipe of by in economists in a two thousand paper cooled are recissions. Good for your health. And he argued that while economic downturns usually come financial hardship. I leave people with more time to seek treatment. Socialize care for their.

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"professor economics" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"professor economics" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"Unified movement across multiple groups in this and You know again that. I've said that i'm connected. Bill of rights for the twenty first century. Which would be a social program for all americans that would provide everyone with economic security But i don't see that as something. That is an opposition to or as substitute for a reparations plan. I think that they're complementary sandy. Daddy professor economics and the samuel d. boy cooked distinguished professor of public policy at duke. The book is from here to equality reparations. For black americans in the twenty first century put a link to that at majority dot. Fm thanks so much for your time if they really appreciate it. Thanks for all right folks. Quick break and we'll be right back. Finish this up I have to say I do feel remiss as to asking not asking the professor about a legal case one wonders if they couldn't be A some form of of of mass tort case. This is going to give me a reason to go to the vegas mass tort conference this year. S how much you loved tort. I actually i do but with that. Said we're gonna say goodbye to our a peacock viewers because we're going to go into the fun half. We're going to talk about steven crowder for an extended period time because well obvious reasons we have to yep until then we will see you tomorrow. Don't forget don't forget you can support this program by going to join the majority. I'm sorry i'm thrown off because we did some work in the studio yesterday. And i realize that the camera is slightly tilted. Can you see that now. It is. I gotta get level. There is a level on the tripod. And i'm going to have to fix that at the break. Oh so you're seeing the level on the tripod. now i'm not seeing the level. But i but i i. I know when something's plum. I know some when something's true and it is not is not okay so it's distracted me anyways.

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"professor economics" Discussed on Exponential Podcast

Exponential Podcast

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"professor economics" Discussed on Exponential Podcast

"Plus level work and they can become as later on and let me just piggyback on that and say as well surround yourself with people. Don't be afraid of surrounding yourself with people who are sharper than you are there. There's going to be people smarter and sharper than you are and embrace that I often said to a lot of people at southeast. That what. I'm really good at is surrounded myself with people who were faster sharper quicker more creative than i am. And that takes the ministry to a whole 'nother level because he s season economy professor economics professor But this dude can do so many things better than i can There's certain things that i'm better than than him. But when you surround yourself with multiple people there are people who are who teachers and nurses and edge other educators and and lawyers and farmers and and the list goes on and on their sharper than you. They're better business than you. They can teach money principles better than you. Whatever that is man. Pray like crazy. And that's the other point. I have here is There nothing substitutes prayer. God knows what you need. Continue to pray and ask and seek and and plead with him to bring people who can help you and any will jesus said the harvest is plentiful. The workers are few pray to the lord of the harvest and he does two things that really He says pray and then chapter ten. What does he do. He grabs them any any begins to help them sends them out two by two and and by the way you know what he does and chapter matthew chapter ten he says this is. This is what i wanted to do. I want you to to preach the kingdom heal the sick raise. The dead cleanse those who have leprosy and drive out demons. That's the work that he was asking them to do some serious. It wasn't passing out bulletins. It's serious lifting power a couple more minutes than as a last minute questions. We can address those. I think we ought to close by talking to church planners in particular in the challenges one principal or challenge. We would have for you. Is that if you're on the front end of a church plant in that planning stage. I hoped our discussion today has encouraged you about the importance of discipleship. You're you know if you're like a lot of church planners you're thinking about you know getting the three hundred people there make sure the chairs you know all that stuff an and that's fine that's important but you know that it would be a higher priority. A top priority to disciple people to train up people until multiplying ministry. We've talked many church. Planters this is navy stage two. They get to four hundred six hundred people and they have no infrastructure. They're trying to minister themselves..

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Asia, Singapore and Europe discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

02:11 min | 5 years ago

Asia, Singapore and Europe discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

"Asia pacific index retreated at the start of the session g to trade concerns about it's called back some of those previous losses to still try though in negative territory but only marginally so at this stage japanese shares just shutting up shop the nikkei two to five index has dropped into negative territory off by zero point one four percent the hang seng index also off bomas two tenths of one percent investors caused digesting the inclusion of two hundred and thirty four chinese ashares to mci's emerging markets indices over in asia treasuries have been slipping overnight the ten year treasury yields they're trading at two point eight six five percent role so looking of course at the opening of european cash trading when it comes to bonds will bring you any opening price as and when we get it just looking at the dollar this morning building on gains from yesterday the bloomberg dollar spot index higher by more than a tenth of one percent the euro on the back foot trading after one spot sixteen seventy four francine america's some of our top stories and let's start in italy populist parties will sweep to power nataly later today with a spending program that is a direct challenge to european union rules bloomberg's kevin costello has this report from rome career as a professor economics in rome and he has called for a debate on the euro common currency both in italy and in the rest of europe giuseppe kante a law professor will be the prime minister in the new populist government content and his cabinet ministers will be sworn in later today they are expected to challenge some of the key rules of the european union with higher spending and tax cuts in rome kevin castillo bloomberg daybreak europe upheaval to in spain where mariana roy heading for defeat in a vote of no confidence the parliament will vote later friday and opposition parties all joining forces against him the socialists have the backing of two antiestablishment groups and one catalan party another catiline group on the basque nash nationalists are also expected to vote against roy the prime minister says he won't resign now let's cross over to singapore where finnerty from.

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