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Ricardo Hausmann - About economics
01:41
Age of Economics

Ricardo Hausmann - About economics

1. Why does economics matter? Age of Economics: in the first part of this project a diverse group of global thinkers answers 8 fundamental questions about economics and capitalist civilization. ►Website 👉https://www.ageofeconomics.org ►Whole interview 👉https://www.ageofeconomics.org/interviews/ricardo-hausmann/ ►Youtube channel👉https://www.youtube.com/c/AgeofEconomics ►Twitter 👉https://twitter.com/AgeofEconomics ►Facebook 👉https://www.facebook.com/ageofeconomics 0:00 - Intro 0:21 - Start interview Ricardo Hausmann is a former Venezuelan Minister of Planning and Head of the "Presidential Office of Coordination and Planning" (1992–1993) and current Director of Harvard's Center for International Development and a Professor of the Practice of Economic Development at John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. Hausmann earned a Bachelor's degree in Engineering and Applied Physics (1977) and a PhD in Economics (1981) at Cornell University. Before coming to Harvard in 2000, he served as the first Chief Economist of the Inter-American Development Bank (1994–2000), where he created the Research Department. He has served as Minister of Planning of Venezuela (1992–1993) and as a member of the Board of the Central Bank of Venezuela. He also served as Chair of the IMF-World Bank Development Committee. He was Professor of Economics at the Instituto de Estudios Superiores de Administracion (IESA) (1985–1991) in Caracas, where he founded the Center for Public Policy. Interview by Fabio Dondero and Julian Karaguesian Music: J.S. Bach, from The Well-Tempered Clavier, Praeludium 20 in A minor, BWV 865. Kimiko Ishizaka, piano
Ricardo Hausmann - Economic Science & Engineering
03:31
Age of Economics

Ricardo Hausmann - Economic Science & Engineering

2. What are the differences between economic science and economic engineering? Age of Economics: in the first part of this project a diverse group of global thinkers answers 8 fundamental questions about economics and capitalist civilization. ►Website 👉https://www.ageofeconomics.org ►Whole interview 👉https://www.ageofeconomics.org/interviews/ricardo-hausmann/ ►Youtube channel👉https://www.youtube.com/c/AgeofEconomics ►Twitter 👉https://twitter.com/AgeofEconomics ►Facebook 👉https://www.facebook.com/ageofeconomics 0:00 - Intro 0:25 - Start interview Ricardo Hausmann is a former Venezuelan Minister of Planning and Head of the "Presidential Office of Coordination and Planning" (1992–1993) and current Director of Harvard's Center for International Development and a Professor of the Practice of Economic Development at John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. Hausmann earned a Bachelor's degree in Engineering and Applied Physics (1977) and a PhD in Economics (1981) at Cornell University. Before coming to Harvard in 2000, he served as the first Chief Economist of the Inter-American Development Bank (1994–2000), where he created the Research Department. He has served as Minister of Planning of Venezuela (1992–1993) and as a member of the Board of the Central Bank of Venezuela. He also served as Chair of the IMF-World Bank Development Committee. He was Professor of Economics at the Instituto de Estudios Superiores de Administracion (IESA) (1985–1991) in Caracas, where he founded the Center for Public Policy. Interview by Fabio Dondero and Julian Karaguesian Music: J.S. Bach, from The Well-Tempered Clavier, Praeludium 20 in A minor, BWV 865. Kimiko Ishizaka, piano
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