Claudia Goldin on the Economics of Inequality

Conversations with Tyler | 6 October 2021 | 0h 49m | Listen Later | iTunes | Spotify
Interview with Claudia Goldin discussing the US gender earnings gap, what’s behind falling marriage rates for those without a college degree, why the wage gap flips for Black women versus Black men, theoretical approaches for modeling intersectionality, gender ratios in economics, why she’s skeptical about happiness research, how the New York Times wedding announcement page has evolved, the problems with for-profit education, the value of an Ivy League degree, whether a Coasian solution existed to prevent the Civil War, which Americans were most likely to be anti-immigrant in the 1920s, her forthcoming work on Lanham schools, and more.

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