by Binyamin Appelbaum
 @BCAppelbaum  

In this “lively and entertaining” history of ideas (Liaquat Ahamed, The New Yorker), New York Times editorial writer Binyamin Appelbaum tells the story of the people who sparked four decades of economic revolution.

Before the 1960s, American politicians had never paid much attention to economists. But as the post-World War II boom began to sputter, economists gained influence and power.

In The Economists’ Hour, Binyamin Appelbaum traces the rise of the economists, first in the United States and then around the globe, as their ideas reshaped the modern world, curbing government, unleashing corporations and hastening globalization.

Interview with the Author

Econtalk
Binyamin Appelbaum on the Economists’ Hour
12/16/19         70 min


Masters in Business
Binyamin Appelbaum Discusses Monetary Policy
10/11/19        70 min


New Books Network
Binyamin Appelbaum, “The Economists’ Hour: False Prophets, Free Markets, and the Fracture of Society”
10/22/19       39 min


Macro Musings with David Beckworth
Binyamin Appelbaum on *The Economists’ Hour: False Prophets, Free Markets, and the Fracture of Society*
11/17/19        59 min


The Weeds
Did Economists break America?
9/20/19        52 min


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