Conversations with Tyler

Tyler Cowen engages today’s deepest thinkers in wide-ranging explorations of their work, the world, and everything in between. New conversations every other Wednesday. Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts.

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episode 73: Masha Gessen on the Ins and Outs of Russia


And what did The Americans get right that Chernobyl missed?


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episode 72: Kwame Anthony Appiah on Pictures of the World


What can one learn from farming sheep in New Jersey?


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episode 71: Neal Stephenson on Depictions of Reality


If you want to speculate on the development of tech, no one has a better brain to pick than Neal Stephenson.


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 2019-07-17  54m
 
 

episode 70: Eric Kaufmann on Immigration, Identity, and the Limits of Individualism


Is now a good time to buy property in Northern Ireland?


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 2019-07-03  56m
 
 

episode 69: Hal Varian on Taking the Academic Approach to Business


And why kale is the key to understanding Google's inner workings.


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 2019-06-19  56m
 
 

episode 68: Russ Roberts on Life as an Economics Educator


The OG econ podcaster tries out the guest chair.


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 2019-06-05  1h1m
 
 

episode 67: Ezekiel Emanuel on the Practice of Medicine, Policy, and Life


He's worked at the highest levels of medicine, policy and academia. But the intense interest in jam and chocolate might be most impressive.


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 2019-05-22  1h2m
 
 

episode 66: Karl Ove Knausgård on Literary Freedom


Knausgård's real struggle is answering all of Tyler's questions.


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 2019-05-08  1h0m
 
 

episode 65: Margaret Atwood on Canada, Writing, and Invention


Turns out, Canada is really big.


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 2019-04-24  1h14m
 
 

episode 64: Ed Boyden on Minding your Brain


Ed Boyden builds the tools and technologies that help us think about the brain, an organ we still know surprisingly little about.


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 2019-04-10  1h3m