Space is a means of production, talks to Dr. Sam Bowles
On the podcast, You have nothing to lose, but your high rent! The host speaks with Dr. Sam Bowles on the topics of ethics, economics, the climate crisis, and Where Do We Go From Here? An informative talk with one of the great minds of microeconomics. Samuel Stebbins Bowles, is an American economist and Professor Emeritus at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, where he continues to teach courses on microeconomics and the theory of institutions. He is presently a Research Professor at the Santa Fe Institute, where he heads the Behavioral Sciences Program. He is also the founder of CORE, Economics for a Changing World.
His most recent book is The Moral Economy: Why good laws are no substitute for good citizens (Yale University Press, 2016). Other recent books include A Cooperative Species: Human reciprocity and its evolution (with Herbert Gintis, Princeton University Press, 2011), The new economics of inequality and redistribution, (Cambridge University Press, 2012), and Microeconomics: Behavior, Institutions and Evolution (Princeton University Press, 2004).