Bryan Caplan is an irrepressible and eclectic economist at George Mason University.
Our first two interviews for the 80,000 Hours Podcast were:
- Bryan Caplan on whether lazy parenting is OK, what really helps workers, and betting on beliefs
- Economist Bryan Caplan thinks education is mostly pointless showing off. We test the strength of his case.
This time I'm thinking of asking him about:
• Why its foolish to read the news • How I'm worried about advances in AI, while Bryan mostly isn't • His new book: Voters as Mad Scientists: Essays on Political Irrationality
What (else) should I ask him (about)?