Examining Spiking Oil Prices Crude prices hit an all time high late last week then retreated slightly. NPR's Neal Conan and guests examine the economic and political effects of rising oil costs.
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Examining Spiking Oil Prices

Examining Spiking Oil Prices

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Crude prices hit an all time high late last week then retreated slightly. NPR's Neal Conan and guests examine the economic and political effects of rising oil costs.

Guest:

Philip Verleger, energy economist. Visiting fellow, Institute for International Economics. Author of Adjusting to Volatile Energy Prices