On tonight's Goldstein on Gelt show, we hear about pairwise matching.
On the first half of the show, Doug speaks to Nobel Prize Winner Yisrael Robert Aumann about pairwise matching, a concept that 2012 Nobel laureates Alvin Roth and Lloyd Shapley researched in depth. What is pairwise matching, and how does it help us with our everyday lives and decisions? Find out by listening to tonight's great episode of the Goldstein on Gelt show.
On the second half of the show, Nicholas Wapshott, the former New York bureau chief of The Times, a founding editor of The Times Magazine, political editor of The Observer, and author of a biography of Margaret Thatcher, tells Doug about the differences in the economic philosophies of Keynes and Hayek. Find out what these are and how they have affected the economy in the world today by listening to tonight's show.