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Macro Musings 54: Josh Zumbrun on Challenges and Angst Facing the Economics Profession

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My latest Macro Musing podcast is with Josh Zumbrum. Josh is a national economics correspondent for the Wall Street Journal. He joined me to talk about the angst facing the economics profession in this current environment. We also talked about the future of economic journalism, economic facts, and what really drives inflation. It was fascinating conversation throughout. You can listen to the podcast on Soundcloud, iTunes, or your favorite podcast app. You can also listen via the embedded player above. And remember to subscribe since more episodes are coming. Related Links Josh Zumbrum's web page at the Wall Street Journal Josh Zumbrum's twitter account

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My latest Macro Musing podcast is with Josh Zumbrum. Josh is a national economics correspondent for the Wall Street Journal. He joined me to talk about the angst facing the economics profession in this current environment. We also talked about the future of economic journalism, economic facts, and what really drives inflation.

It was fascinating conversation throughout. You can listen to the podcast on Soundcloud, iTunes, or your favorite podcast app. You can also listen via the embedded player above. And remember to subscribe since more episodes are coming.

Related Links
Josh Zumbrum's web page at the Wall Street Journal
Josh Zumbrum's twitter account
David Beckworth
I am an associate professor of economics at Western Kentucky University, an adjunct scholar at the Cato Institute, and a former economist at the U.S. Department of Treasury.

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