The Train Interviews. Guest: Dr. George Akerlof

Early 2000s. George Akerlof, Professor of Economics at UC Berkeley and 2001 Nobel Prize Winner in Economics.  Interviewed by Kenneth Train on his recent Nobel prize and his research.  
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BitCoin: Everything you need to know about Virtual Currency. Guest: Mr. Olaf Carlson-Wee

March 24, 2015. Mr. Olaf Carlson-Wee, Head of Risk and First Employee of Coinbase.  Mr. Carlson-Wee discusses the Bitcoin and an entire host of issues related to virtual currencies in the modern world.  Q&A Begins at:...
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The 2014 Nobel Prizes Explained. Guests: Joe Farrell, Connie Chang, Jai Yu, Stephen Zunes, and Genaro Padilla. Host: Ludwig Chincarini

October 22, 2014. University of San Francisco, UC Berkeley, and UCSF professors explain the scientific contributions of the 2014 Nobel prize recipients. Joe Farrell, Connie Chang, Jai Yu, Stephen Zunes, and Genaro Padilla. Host: Ludwig Chincarini.  
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Insights on Venture Capital. Guest: Mr. Tom Perkins

April 28, 2014. Mr. Tom Perkins, Co-Founder of Kleiner-Perkins and father of modern venture capital.  Mr. Perkins discusses his career and gives lessons to students about starting companies, venture capital, and business.  Q&A Begins at:...
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The Redistribution Recession. Guest: Dr. Casey Mulligan

February 28, 2014. Dr. Casey Mulligan, Professor of Economics at the University of Chicago.  Dr. Mulligan discusses a neglected aspect of unemployment in the United States. He provides evidence that some of the unemployment might be due to government policies rather than due to other causes.  Q&A Begins at:...
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Who Gets What: The New Economics of Matching and Market Design. Guest: Dr. Alvin Roth

November 14, 2013. Dr. Alvin Roth, Craig and Susan McCaw Professor of Economics at Stanford University and 2012 Nobel laureate in economics.  Dr. Roth discusses his work in mechanism design over the last several years.  Q&A Begins at:...
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