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Energy And The Economy: An Overview

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Energy And The Economy: An Overview

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Energy And The Economy: An Overview

Energy And The Economy: An Overview

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Between environmental concerns and rising gasoline prices, energy use has never seemed more entwined with the economy. Guests discuss how oil prices are tied to economic growth, and give a roundup of the latest energy news.

Guests:

Martin Hoffert, professor emeritus of physics at New York University

Amy Myers Jaffe, a Wallace S. Wilson Fellow in energy studies and associate director of the energy program at Rice University

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