Planet Money

The economy explained. Imagine you could call up a friend and say, "Meet me at the bar and tell me what's going on with the economy." Now imagine that's actually a fun evening.

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#950: Overrated Or Underrated?


Tyler Cowen rates the NBA, Karl Marx, Adam Smith, the humanities, your neighbors, and more.


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#777: Free Love, Free Market


A free-love commune of perfectionists in upstate New York embraced the free market, and became a blockbuster brand.


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#949: The Pigou Club


Canada has put a price on pollution. The economist behind the idea thought about it more than a century ago.


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#948: A Series Of Unfortunate Recessions


There is one real-life economic monster that can take away your money, your job, and your future: A recession.


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#947: Some-of-the-Money Ball


Baseball is a winner-take-all career path. But income pools could change the way baseball players, and other people in high risk/high reward professions, think about uncertainty.


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#946: Fries Of The Future


The modern french fry isn't just crispy and delicious, it's a technological marvel.


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#945: The Liberty City


Von Ormy, Texas is a small city with a big dream: To thrive with almost no regulations, property taxes, or debt.


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#753: Blockchain Gang


Charlie Shrem's odyssey in and out of prison is a parable for everything that has happened with bitcoin during its first years: from idealists to outlaws to respectable citizens.


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#944: We Should Have Mentioned That


We answer some of the most popular questions our listeners had after listening to our recent shows: on baseball cards, the repo market, and the least common American.


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 2019-10-12  22m
 
 

#763: BOTUS


The Volfefe Index measures how much the President's tweets affect volatility in the bond market. In 2017, we launched our own investing project based on the President's tweets.


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 2019-10-09  21m