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Economics of Software with Russ Roberts Holiday Repeat

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Economics of Software with Russ Roberts Holiday Repeat

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Originally published July 14, 2016 EconTalk is a weekly economics podcast that has been going for a decade. On EconTalk, Russ Roberts brings on writers, intellectuals, and entrepreneurs for engaging conversations about the world as seen through the lens of economics. Russ Roberts is today’s guest, and it is a treat because I have been The post Economics of Software with Russ Roberts Holiday Repeat appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

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