Bananamoneyad82 karma2013-07-05 13:46:39 UTC
Have you heard of this podcast? This guy named Kirk Johnson is going around collecting names of Iraqis who worked for America during the war http://www.thisamericanlife.org/radio-archives/episode/499/taking-names
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Bananamoneyad12 karma2013-08-08 14:20:22 UTC
What is the most effective method of advancing a cause? It seems that you've worked for a number of different causes, i.e. anti-apartheid, women's rights, and now environmental issues. Are protests actually effective, or other methods such as lobbying and communicating directly to the corporate or government level a better use of time?
Bananamoneyad2 karma2013-08-09 01:52:59 UTC
I see. Thank you for all you've done!
Bananamoneyad1 karma2014-03-30 19:51:17 UTC
Hi Dan, what made you interested in behavioral economics, and what do you think is its future in academia? I've heard that orthodox economists often frown upon behavioral economics as a serious pursuit and tend to discount it as "unimportant". What do you make of that?
Note: As a fan of yours, I obviously disagree but would like to know your thoughts!
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