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In particular, the whole notion of “congestion” really struck me. City planners always talk about fighting congestion, but they always mean traffic on roads (though ironically much of what they do actually increases congestion on roads). But what about pure human to human congestion? As a native of New York City, I was never able […]

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Economics Czar for the World

Jim Bohannon asked me, as a final question, what I would do if I were the world’s economics czar, and to ignore political consequences for a moment. I had something like 15 seconds to answer. My original answer was: “I’d eliminate my position.” But, as this was talk radio, both he and the listeners wanted […]

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