Since 2008, the field of economics has suffered from a range of misconceptions.People all over the world have been grumbling, “What’s the point of having economists if they cannot even foresee—much less prevent—an economic crisis?If so, you are going to love the approach of Paul Oyer’s latest book.Economist and professor at Stanford University for over 15 years, Oyer explains economics through his experiences with dating websites.And, in case you were wondering, yes, Oyer did end up meeting his soul mate through a dating website!
For the interview with Paul, I experimented with a video interview for the first time.
I must apologize for the unintended echo effect in parts of the audio (it is fascinating what you don’t hear live that you hear in a recording, will wear my audiophile headphones and noise canceling microphone next time for sure). Please enjoy the interview and please give the book a read.
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