NPR’s Robert Siegel speaks with Harvard economist Kenneth Rogoff about President Obama’s economic legacy.
Gary Loveman likes to say there are three things that can get you fired from Caesars: Stealing, sexual harassment and running an experiment without a control group.
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Find out why scarcity is the only thing worth paying for on today’s episode of Seth Godin’s Startup School. Seth discusses having McDonalds milkshakes for breakfast, the lock-in effect, the large world that is the app market, and how your job is not to find more customers for your products, your job is to find more products for your customers.
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He’s been U.S. Treasury Secretary, a chief economist for the Obama White House and the World Bank, and president of Harvard. He’s one of the most brilliant economists of his generation (and perhaps the most irascible). And he thinks the Trump Administration is wrong on just about everything.
Four years ago, Craig Jarrow turned his lifelong passion for time management into the blog Time Management Ninja. This community helps people everywhere win the battle against wasted time, disorganization, and other evil things that rear their head in the workplace today. As someone who is a master of managing time, we were honored that Craig allocated some of this scarce resource to share his secrets on being a time management ninja with us.
Speaker: Professor Sendhil Mullainathan
Recorded on 21 May 2015 at Old Theatre, Old Building
Why does poverty persist? Why do successful people get things done at the last minute? A single psychology—the psychology of scarcity—connects these seemingly unconnected questions. The research in our book shows how scarcity creates its own mindset. Understanding this mindset sheds light on our personal problems as well as the broader social problem of poverty and what we can do about it.
Sendhil Mullainathan (@m_sendhil) is a Professor of Economics at Harvard whose main interest is behavioural economics.
Original video: http://boingboing.net/2015/05/26/poverty-is-a-tax-on-cognition.html
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This week I answer the questions "how do you do it all?" and "when do you ever sleep?" by laying out simple tools I use to maximize my time management.
The coronavirus pandemic is causing immense economic damage. The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits has surged as businesses nationwide close down and are forced to lay off workers. Has the country ever experienced anything like this? Paul Solman talks to Harvard University economist Ken Rogoff, whose book “This Time is Different” examines the history of financial crises.
This week we talk about the idea of creating an introduction video for your web site and services, as well as some thoughts on time management mistakes that I