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Friedman also wrote a popular column for Newsweek I recently sat down with Milton Friedman, a few days before his 94th birthday, to discuss the impact of two of his most important contributions to economics and liberty: A Monetary History of the United States, [co-written] with Anna Schwartz, and Capitalism and Freedom. The ideas in both books had tremendous influence on the economic and intellectual landscape. The following transcript consists of excerpts from that conversation.
My guest today is Milton Friedman.
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Milton is a senior research fellow at Stanford University's Hoover Institution, the Nobel Laureate in Economics and a hero to millions He went on to earn his M. Russ Roberts talks to Milton Friedman about the radical ideas he put forward almost 50 years ago in Capitalism and Freedom. Listen to the most influential economist of the past 50 years discuss the principles of liberty, social responsibility of business, the inertia behind bad legislation and his career as economist a Their talk was mainly focused on the impact of both A Monetary History of the United States, [co-written ] with Anna Schwartz, and Gary Becker was one of the most original and pathbreaking economists of modern times.
His Nobel laureate in Economic Sciences was described as his "having extended the domain of microeconomic analysis to a wide range of human behaviour and interaction, including nonmarket behavior. Recognized as one of the most influential voices in the areas of market structure, the theory of the firm, law and economics, resource unemployment, and monetary theory and policy, in this interview, Armen Alchian outlines the "UCLA tradition" of economics which he founded and explores the many unantic