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Mercatus Center at George Mason University
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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4.8 stars from 2,312 ratings
In what other podcast can you get the opening line: ”Why are there so much infidelity among Australian birds in particular?” Just the best podcast out there!
Mattias.e.h via Apple Podcasts · Sweden · 09/28/21
One of a kind
Consistently the most engaging and enlightening show I listen to. Tyler has a style that is able to get straight at the heart of what is important and interesting about a certain topic. I might go into a podcast thinking that a subject is so boring that it has never been worth my consideration,...Read full review »
tjeagle123 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/23/21
on many topics: science, art, economics, etc. with brilliant thinkers and clear speakers. Tyler is incredibly well prepared and rarely argues with the speaker, a rare trait. (Many podcasters are anxious to get across their pet ideas, sadly.) Tyler has widened my horizons greatly and made me think...Read full review »
a Spiral via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 09/22/21
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