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From, The Library of Economics and Liberty, (www.econlib.com):

“The Economics of Inheritance” (podcast hosted by Russ Roberts), May 4, 2006.

Abstract: Don Cox and Russ Roberts discuss the economics of inheritance, estates and the family. They look at how parents divide their time and money between their children and our concerns for what people think of us after we are gone.

“The Economics of Parenting” (podcast hosted by Russ Roberts), March 16, 2006.

Abstract: Don Cox and Russ Roberts talk about parenting and incentive compatibility.

“Parent-onomics 101: Can Economics Help You Be a Better Parent?”, March 6, 2006.

“Why is Economics So Boring?”, November 7, 2005.

"Good news! Behavioral Economics Is Not Going Away Anytime Soon", 2005.

"The Economics of 'Believe-It-Or-Not'”, Aug. 4, 2003.

"Religious Fundamentalism and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance", Aug. 5, 2002.

"Why Economists Should Study Biology", Feb. 18, 2002.

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