EconTalk

by Russ Roberts on March 20, 2006

in Podcast

I have now started podcasting at the Library of Economics and Liberty. The podcast is called EconTalk. The first one is with Don Cox of Boston College, discussing the economics of parenting, based on his essay on the same topic.

You can find the podcast here.  If you’re interested in subscribing, please visit iTunes, search on EconTalk and subscribe there—that will help EconTalk’s hit count and ranking.

Any feedback is much appreciated.

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nPu March 20, 2006 at 6:24 pm

could you please post a direct link to the show? i'm not using iTunes…

thanks, Peter

Russ Roberts March 20, 2006 at 8:26 pm

Peter (and others),

There's now a direct link in the post for non-iTunes access. Sorry I forgot it the first time.

Russ

john henry March 21, 2006 at 11:18 pm

YAAAAYYY!!!

I have been a fan since hearing you on Radio Econimics. Glad to see you now have your own show.

I loved the info on parenting from an economist's point of view.

Please pass along my good wishes to Don Cox.

John Henry

Mr. Econotarian March 23, 2006 at 12:42 pm

Please consider uploading your MP3 to The Public Radio Exchange (http://www.prx.org). If there was an audience in need of good economic info, it is the public radio audience, and you can even make some money from it.

Charlie Quidnunc March 24, 2006 at 10:22 am

Great show! As a parent, I identified with the idea of not offering a choice you can't live with. But choices are still important as they grow up. My favorite example is asking them, "Would you like to wear a jacket or a sweater to go to the museum?", instead of "Would you like to go to the museum?"

It's still a choice, just a bounded one.

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