Tyler Cowen

Professor of Economics at George Mason University

Tyler Cowen appears in the following:

The Economics of Food: Cookbooks and Global Development

Tuesday, July 02, 2013

Having a large amount of diversity in our food can enrich our lives. But how come it's so hard to find cookbooks and restaurants that serve more exotic cuisines? Economist and author ...

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Big Ideas to Fix the Economy: Raise Inflation

Monday, August 15, 2011

We've been asking our listeners for ideas on how to fix the economy. Congress has raised the debt ceiling and established a "super committee" to find ways to reduce America's debt. It's clear that the country needs a concrete plan to fix the economy. One suggestion that some of our listeners have is to increase inflation.

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One Year On: Banks After the Bailout

Thursday, September 10, 2009

All week we are reviewing the year that was — the year that marked the beginning of the financial meltdown and the recession that we continue to live through. Today we’re taking stoc...


YUEI: Bright Spots

Wednesday, February 04, 2009

The Uncommon Economic Indicators project continues with a look at some of the "Bright Spots" you've reported on. Tyler Cowen, economics professor at George Mason University and blogger at Marginal Revolution, discusses what does well during a downturn. Then, Jane Kennedy, director of ...

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Discovering Your Inner Economist

Tuesday, August 07, 2007

Economist, blogger, and restaurant critic Tyler Cowen has written a guide to getting more of the good stuff in life by understanding the hidden economic patterns behind everyday situations. Discover Your Inner Economist shows what economic notions and theories say about ordering from a menu, attracting the right mate, appreciating ...

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