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Discussion Section: Names, Faces, and Ideas

James J. Heckman

In this episode, Kevin Murphy speaks with James Heckman, the Henry Schultz Distinguished Service Professor of Economics at the University of Chicago and Nobel prize-winning expert in the role that human capital—particularly early childhood education—plays in the long-term outcomes of individuals. 

March 18, 2016

Names, Faces, and Ideas: Discussion Section with Kevin Murphy and James Heckman

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Discussion Section: Names, Faces, and Ideas

Benjamin Brooks

In this episode, Murphy talks with Benjamin Brooks, a Becker Friedman Institute Research Fellow specializing in cutting-edge game theory.
 

March 18, 2016

Names, Faces, and Ideas: Discussion Section with Kevin Murphy and Benjamin Brooks

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Discussion Section: Names, Faces, and Ideas

Steven J. Davis

In this episode, Murphy talks with Steven Davis, William H. Abbott Professor of International Business and Economics at Chicago Booth and expert in the intersection how government policy—or uncertainty over how policy might change in the future—can shape the labor market and the macroeconomy at large.

March 18, 2016

Names, Faces, and Ideas: Discussion Section with Kevin Murphy and Steve Davis

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Discussion Section: Names, Faces, and Ideas

José A. Scheinkman

In this episode, Murphy speaks with José Scheinkman—a former UChicago economics department chair, faculty emeritus at Princeton University, and current faculty member at Columbia University—to talk about financial bubbles. 

March 18, 2016

Names, Faces, and Ideas: Discussion Section with Kevin Murphy and José Sheinkman

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Discussion Section: Names, Faces, and Ideas

Erik Hurst

In this episode, Murphy talks with Erik Hurst, V. Duane Rath Professor of Economics and the John E. Jeuck Faculty Fellow at Chicago Booth, an expert in examining labor market trends on the employee side of the manufacturing and housing industries.

March 18, 2016

Names, Faces, and Ideas: Discussion Section with Kevin Murphy and Erik Hurst

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