Technopopulism with Carola Binder

Episode 204 February 25, 2022 01:29:49
Technopopulism with Carola Binder
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Technopopulism with Carola Binder
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In episode #204, Associate Professor of Economics at Haverford College, Carola Binder, discusses two papers -- Technopopulism and Central Banks, and Stuck in the Seventies: Gas Prices and Consumer Sentiment. Both papers give credence to the financial markets and economic policy as of late.
 
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