Sunday, August 14, 2005

Economics Videos

I just discovered this archive of public lectures given at MIT by faculty and others. The one that is necessary to watch is this panel from 2000 with Paul Samuelson, Bob Solow and Franco Modigliani entitled "The U.S. Economy: The Last 50 Years and the Next 50 Years". It's five years old, but what they talk about is surprisingly relevant and timely. If anything it's worth watching to see three of the most important economists ever, in one place, speculating about the future.

I also watched this 2002 panel with Olivier Blanchard, Ricardo Cabellero and Roberto Rigobon.


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