Henderson on Bob Zadek Show
By David Henderson
A week ago Sunday, Charlie Deist interviewed me for almost an hour on the Bob Zadek radio show.
Here’s the link.
I listened to it and was generally pleased with the range of issues we got to cover: whether Steve Moore is a good fit for the Federal Reserve Board; what 2 monetary economists would be much better; why the Laffer Curve has to be right and the only issue is where we are on it; the effect of 1981 cut in tax rates on revenues paid to the feds by the top 1%; why interest rates are not a good way to judge monetary policy; Steve Moore’s early contribution to Julian Simon’s book on immigration; and what I learned from Charlie Deist that made me slightly more open to Brad DeLong.