Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Robert Lucas on Growth, Poverty and Business Cycles

Bob Lucas, Nobel Laureate and professor of economics at the University of Chicago talks about wealth and poverty, what affects living standards around the world and over time, the causes of business cycles and the role of the money in our economy. Along the way, he talks about Jane Jacobs, immigration, and Milton Friedman's influence on his career.
http://www.econtalk.org/archives/2007/02/lucas_on_growth.html

"Once you start thinking about them, it's hard to think about anything else" - Bob Lucas

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=an_Y4CmsWhE


der Musik-Schamane

He is truly a shaman—it is less mind control and more the manipulation of the unifying power of sound. When a politician does it (using words conveying ideology), then it is mind control. But sound relates us all, no matter what our backgrounds. Truly beautiful geed comment deer ni bichihej...
(ehleed sonin murtluu, suuldee wow):)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MVVUMNv1t9w



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Anonymous said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fL8nnMpV2Eo

Solace said...

Sollow's growth model-oos avahuulaad surguulid uzej baisan zuiluudee sonsson chini oyutan ue maani sanagdchihlaa. hehe

Yer ni development economics-iin chigleleer yanz buriin onol, model-uud olon bdag ch gesen tedgeeriig Mongoliin ediin zasag deer "apply" hiij uzeheer tohiroh um barag baidaggui um bilee dee. Tegeed ch onol, bodit amidral 2-iin hoorond zoruutei zuil denduu olon. Tiim bolohoor zah zeeliin ediin zasagiig het shutsen onoluud deer suurilsan Olon Ulsiin Valutiin san, Delhiin Banknii bodloguudiig bid neg ih ug duugui dagaj, uls ornoo ulam yaduuruulaad baih shaardlagagui sanagddagiin. . .