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Russ Roberts (December 2008)
George Mason University professor Russ Roberts talks about the housing crisis and the role that our government played in stimulating it, through a well-intentioned desire to boost affordable housing. He comments on the value of transparency and accountability.
Russ's website: Russ Roberts: Using Economics to Get the Most Out of Life
Russ's blog: Cafe Hayek
Russ's interviews: EconTalk - Economics podcasts for daily life.

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Rich Vedder (November 2008)
This Ohio University professor has created a new set of rankings of colleges, based on outcomes rather than inputs. He talks about how companies can find the best bang for the buck in college graduates.
The rankings
Center for College Affordability and Productivity

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Mark Thoma (October 2008)
We interviewed Professor Mark Thoma early in 2007 for the special Economic Contingency Planning issue. In this latest interview we ask how recent economic turmoil alters his view of "the Great Moderation."
Mark's blog: Economist's View

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Mark Sanborn (September 2008)
The author of The Encore Effect talks about steps any person can take to create memorable "performances," even while doing humdrum work.
Mark's book: The Encore Effect   Mark's website: Sanborn & Associates, Inc.

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Don Boudreaux (August 2008)
Does America compete with other countries? Don Boudreaux, chairman of the economics department at George Mason, offers a surprising answer, along with some thoughts on the politics of foreign trade.
Don's blog: Cafe Hayek   Don's new book: Globalization

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Lynn Giuliani (July 2008)
In a weak economy, sales representatives get discouraged. Lynn Giuliani, a sales trainer serving banks and other service businesses, offers tips on keeping your sales people energized and productive in a down market.
Lynn's website: Progressions, Inc.

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Tim Duy (June 2008)
Tim Duy on inflation. Tim is an economics professor at the University of Oregon.
Tim's websites: Oregon Economic Forum and Economist's View

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Dale Collie (May 2008)
The weak economy is causing stress for many workers. Dale Collie, a former Army ranger and corporate executive talks about how to deal with stress, including lessons from both his business experience and Vietnam service.
Dale's website: Courage Builders

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Joe Hurd (April 2008)
The economic outlook: is this a recession? Joe Hurd is a California economist who offers some thoughts on which sectors in the economy are doing well despite the downturn.

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Jim Hamilton (February 2008)
Oil prices: what's a good economic framework for looking at recent gyrations? Jim Hamilton is an economist who's an expert in macroeconomics, quantitative economics, and oil--who brings these talents together to talk about the future of energy.
Jim's website: Econbrowser

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John Kilpatrick (January 2008)
What kind of a real estate crisis are we in? John, a noted real estate economist, explains all.
John's website: Greenfield Advisors

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Mark Perry (December 2007)
Professor Perry is optimistic about the prospects for inflation in 2008, and also thinks we'll avoid a recession.
Mark's blog: Carpe Diem

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Paul Merriman (November 2007)
Paul explains why index funds are a great way to invest and how to allocate among them.
Paul's web sites: FundAdvice.com and PaulMerriman.com

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Marsha Egan (October 2007)
Marsha says that many of your employees are losing productivity through poor email habits--and maybe you are, too. She has some ideas for improving productivity throughout your organization.
Marsha's web site: Egan Email Solutions

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Mike Shedlock, "Mish" (September 2007)
Mish looks at the current economy and sees recession ahead--if it's not already here. I'm more optimistic than Mish, but he raises some interesting points.
Mike's blog: Mish's Global Economic Trend Analysis

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Mark Sanborn (August 2007)
On his new book, You Don't Need a Title to Be a Leader. Mark is a best-selling author and renowned leadership expert who talks about pushing leadership behavior down in an organization.
Mark's web site: www.MarkSanborn.com

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Dan Harris (July 2007)
On doing business in China: what business executives should know. Dan is an attorney specializing in helping companies do business in China.
Dan's blog: China Law Blog

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Mark Thoma (Special Issue 2007)
On The Great Moderation: will recessions be coming more often or less often, and with greater severity or less? Mark is professor of economics at the University of Oregon.
Mark’s blog: Economist's View

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John Goodman (June 2007)
On health care costs, and what business and the government can do to lower them. John is President of the National Center for Policy Analysis (www.NCPA.org).

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