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Russ Roberts is an economist, a research fellow at Stanford, and a hosts of the widely popular weekly podcast EconTalk. His podcast started as a simple way to teach more people the basics of economics, and has since become a window into every bit of Russ's interests. In this episode of Y Combinator podcast he shares a bit of his story, what he finds the most peculiar about economics, and dives deep in various philosophical discussions about life, startups, teaching and everything in between.

Updated on March 17

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