It’s not dismal and it’s not quite a science…

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It’s not dismal and it’s not quite a science but economics is probably the most important (or most influential) of the academic social disciplines, a leading practitioner, who is widely expected to become a Nobel Laureate, is Sam Peltzman of the University of Chicago. He joins us in this week’s podcast to explain the “Peltzman Effect” and, among many other things, how and where the present administration went wrong.

Take a listen to all of Milt’s recent conversations  available in full-length without commercials at



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