Interview with Thomas Schelling

by on May 9, 2005 at 6:16 am in Economics | Permalink

Here is the link, courtesy of the Richmond Fed.  Tom talks about Bob Frank and relative status, what is right and wrong with mainstream economics, how he came up with the ideal of focal points, whether we can deter terrorists, and his role in the Copenhagen Consensus.  Although over eighty years old, Tom remains one of the smartest people I have met.

Thanks to Dan Klein for the pointer.

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