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Economics Matters is a podcast hosted by Professor Laurence Kotlikoff, one of the most influential economists in the world, a Global Economics Advisor, NY Times Best Selling Author, President of Economic Security Planning, Inc., and Director of the Fiscal Analysis Center. In each episode, Professor Kotlikoff talks to experts about the power of economics in our modern day society. From personal finance and fiscal policy, to social security and income inequality, Economics Matters delves into much of the economic challenges of modern society.

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Economics Matters is a podcast hosted by Professor Laurence Kotlikoff, one of the most influential economists in the world, a Global Economics Advisor, NY Times Best Selling Author, President of Economic Security Planning, Inc., and Director of the Fiscal Analysis Center. In each episode, Professor Kotlikoff talks to experts about the power of economics in our modern day society. From personal finance and fiscal policy, to social security and income inequality, Economics Matters delves into much of the economic challenges of modern society.

    Can AI-Driven Economic Models Help Improve Financial Decisions -- Insights from Jonathan Parker, Head of the Finance Department at MIT's Sloan School of Management

    Can AI-Driven Economic Models Help Improve Financial Decisions -- Insights from Jonathan Parker, Head of the Finance Department at MIT's Sloan School of Management

    Professor Kotlikoff sits down with Jonathan Parker, a finance professor at MIT renowned for his extensive research in policy and economics. Jonathan has worked with the Congressional Budget Office and various editorial and advisory bodies, showcasing his profound influence in the field. He brings a wealth of knowledge and a unique perspective on how government policies and economic theories affect real-world financial decisions.

    Topics Covered:


    Retirement Savings Policies
    Behavioral Biases in Financial Planning
    AI in Economic Modeling
    Government Interventions and Economic Impacts



    Timestamps:


    00:00 Economist's diverse experience in finance and macroeconomics.


    06:30 Jonathan's immigrant parents, Yale, DC, economic policy interest.


    10:42 Many people unaware of retirement benefit rules.


    19:29 Economists study investment decisions and correlations with risks.


    21:39 Von Neumann and Morgenstern's work on happiness.


    28:14 Advancements in technology improve complex financial decisions.


    38:31 Model's responses are sometimes completely made up.


    44:55 Financial advice: know what you don't know.


    53:43 Questioning financial advisors' educational qualifications and standards.


    57:41 Bush changed withholding to stimulate economy unsuccessfully.


    01:01:01 Government stimulus boosted consumption and economic stabilization.


    01:06:58 Low-income households may not benefit from saving.


    01:11:57 People avoid personal financial planning, but need solutions.



    This episode delivers invaluable insights for anyone interested in financial planning, retirement savings, and the intersection of economic policy and personal finance. You will gain an understanding of the modern challenges and innovative solutions shaping today's economic landscape, with practical advice from one of the field's leading experts.

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    Laurence Kotlikoff is a Boston University Economist, a NY Times Best Selling Author, President of maxifi.com, and Author of Money Magic.



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    • 1 hr 14 min
    Rescuing Your Retirement with Larry

    Rescuing Your Retirement with Larry

    Take the guesswork out of financial decisions at every stage of life with Maxifi: ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠https://maxifiplanner.com/⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠. Designed by Economist Laurence Kotlikoff.



    Professor Kotlikoff discusses how you can rescue your retirement with a live walk through of the Maxifi Planner, developed by Economic Security Planning, Inc. He shows how the average person can almost double their pre- and post-retirement living standard and do so with no risk. Every household is different. But this podcast will show you the money magic that economics-based planning software can deliver and give you ideas of how you can rescue your own retirement.



    Topics Covered:


    Impact of Financial Decisions on Retirement
    A comprehensive walk through of the Maxifi Planner Software.
    Optimizing Social Security Benefits
    A Real-Life Case Study



    Time Stamps:


    00:00 Underutilized tax-saving programs lead to retirement shortfall.


    03:40 Retirement account reliance, Social Security concerns, solutions.


    08:41 Economic security planning challenges traditional financial advice.


    12:37 Retirement age assumption: plan for age 100.


    14:59 Maxifi planner protects against unexpected expenses, offers resources.


    17:54 Case demonstrating need for retirement rescue plan.


    23:38 Market drops in historical recessions, plan safely.


    25:37 Plan for living to 100 with spending adjustments.


    31:22 Household living standard analysis shows consistent spending.


    36:35 Maximize retirement benefits, optimization of annuities.


    38:05 Consider lifestyle changes to increase future income.


    43:15 People are paying more taxes due to work.


    47:14 Financial decisions in retirement: expenses, location, and planning.


    48:39 Plan for discretionary spending, taxes, and saving.


    52:36 Plan for financial security with customizable software.



    Join us in this episode as Professor Kotlikoff demystifies retirement planning with actionable insights and advanced financial tools, ensuring you can take proactive steps towards securing your financial future.



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    Laurence Kotlikoff is a Boston University Economist, a NY Times Best Selling Author, President of maxifi.com, and Author of Money Magic.



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    • 54 min
    Do People Act Like Human Beings? Insights from the Brilliant Career of Behavioral Economist, Ernst Fehr

    Do People Act Like Human Beings? Insights from the Brilliant Career of Behavioral Economist, Ernst Fehr

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    Professor Kotlikoff talks with Ernst Fehr, Professor of Microeconomics and Experimental Economics at the University of Zurich, and a leading figure in the field of behavioral economics. Ernst's profound contributions to our understanding of human behavior and economic decision-making have made him a pillar in his discipline. His pioneering work has expanded the traditional framework of economics to include concerns for fairness, cooperation, and altruism, fundamentally transforming the landscape of economic research.



    Topics Covered:


    Behavioral Economics and Financial Planning Inertia
    The Role of Fairness and Altruism in Economic Behavior
    Determinants of Creativity and Success
    Impact of Experimental Economics on Labor Markets



    Time Stamps:


    00:00 Ernst upbringing in Austria.
    10:50 Self-interest is a driving force in behavior.
    12:50 Efficiency wage model incentivizes employees to perform.
    22:56 Typically, average offer is 40% accepted.
    24:49 Different cultures exhibit varying economic behavior patterns.
    33:13 New paper challenges theories on human pro-sociality.
    37:01 Behavioral economics and personal finance challenges.
    48:16 Exogenous shocker, facilitator key to inducing action.
    56:09 Study finds three social preference types prevalent.
    01:01:01 Exchange experience in Germany shaped openness. motivator for conscientiousness.
    01:03:09 Emphasizing the importance of asking quality questions.



    In this episode you will gain invaluable insights into Professor Fehr's examination of human behavior, which highlights the inertia and behavioral transaction costs that hinder financial actions. Furthermore, the discussion on fairness and altruism provides a nuanced understanding of how these motivations interplay with economic decisions, challenging the traditional focus on self-interest.

    This episode also explores the significant impact of experimental economics on understanding market fairness and employer-employee dynamics. For anyone interested in the behavioral aspects of economics and personal finance, this conversation offers a wealth of practical insights and thought-provoking ideas.

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    Laurence Kotlikoff is a Boston University Economist, a NY Times Best Selling Author, President of maxifi.com, and Author of Money Magic.

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    • 1 hr 5 min
    Inflation, Interest Rates, Fed Policy, and the Evolution of Economics Science: Insights from Harvard's Fabulous Economist, Benjamin Friedman

    Inflation, Interest Rates, Fed Policy, and the Evolution of Economics Science: Insights from Harvard's Fabulous Economist, Benjamin Friedman

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    Professor Kotlikoff sits down with Benjamin Friedman, a distinguished professor of economics at Harvard University and a prolific author whose works have significantly shaped economic thought. Renowned for his insightful analysis intertwining economics, history, and policy, Ben brings a depth of understanding that is both profound and broadly influential. His notable books, such as "The Moral Consequences of Economic Growth" and "Religion and the Rise of Capitalism," have garnered widespread acclaim for their insightful perspectives on economic philosophy and policy.



    Topics Covered:


    Economic Growth and Social Consequences
    Historical Economic Thought and Religion
    U.S. Fiscal Policy Through the Decades
    Inflation, Monetary Policy, and the Federal Reserve

    Timestamps:


    08:54 Background, growth, interest in economics, monetary policy.


    15:35 Interest in financial markets and public policy.


    20:39 Higher inflation leads to shooting interest rates.


    26:24 High economy demand, post-war inflation inevitable.


    29:27 Inflation blamed on monetary policy, oil prices.


    35:14 Economy and money are not neutral now.


    38:36 Praise for Volcker’s handling of tough times.


    46:15 Interest rates influence borrowing and spending uncertainty.


    52:59 Federal Reserve changed system to pay interest.


    57:07 Government fiscal gap unsustainable, may require tax hikes.


    01:00:53 Unsustainable government policy leads to inflation concerns.


    01:07:45 Off-the-books debt dwarfs official debt.


    01:11:28 Unfunded fiscal gap and burden on future generations.


    01:19:37 Economics is intertwined with religion throughout history.


    01:25:35 Ben recommends 14 books for deep education.



    This episode offers listeners a comprehensive education in economics, unraveling how historical events, policy decisions, and economic philosophies are intricately connected. Ben's authoritative voice and nuanced analysis provide valuable insights for anyone interested in understanding the broader implications of economic growth and policy on society.

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    Laurence Kotlikoff is a Boston University Economist, a NY Times Best Selling Author, President of maxifi.com, and Author of Money Magic.



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    • 1 hr 30 min
    Navigating Investment Strategies in a Volatile World with Fred Lane

    Navigating Investment Strategies in a Volatile World with Fred Lane

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    Professor Laurence Kotlikoff sits down with Fred Lane, a distinguished voice in the world of investment and economic analysis. Fred brings a wealth of experience in corporate finance and management, making him a highly credible authority in his field. As a registered investment advisor specializing in high-net-worth individuals, Fred’s strategic insights into market trends are respected across the industry.



    **Topics Covered:**


    Russia-Ukraine Conflict and Its Resolution
    Economic Policies and Their Real-World Impacts
    Investment Strategies and Economic Outlook
    The Role of AI in Economics



    Timestamps:


    00:00 Equity markets boom, Reagan's tax cuts, wealth building.


    08:37 Discussing economy, politics, and global conflicts with Fred.


    14:54 Software demo impresses, skepticism about AI potential.


    18:57 AI overconfidence in economic and personal finance.


    24:35 Retired man values son's financial foresight.


    30:49 Trump and Biden's tariff policies and impact.


    35:20 Concerns about AI job loss and wage.


    42:34 Success of whites, barriers for minorities in society.


    48:11 Misleading information about losing Social Security benefits.


    49:43 Visited Washington with familiar entrepreneurial CEO group.


    58:36 Vague comments about political correctness and vulnerability.


    01:02:38 Promoting natural gas over coal, pushing uranium.



    **Why You Should Listen:**

    This episode offers a rich tapestry of economic insights intertwined with pressing geopolitical concerns. Whether you're an investor seeking savvy strategies, a policy enthusiast exploring the nuances of government programs, or simply curious about the future impact of AI, Fred Lane’s perspectives provide substantial value. His balanced approach to complex issues ensures listeners leave with a deeper understanding of the multifaceted economic and geopolitical landscape.

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    Laurence Kotlikoff is a Boston University Economist, a NY Times Best Selling Author, President of maxifi.com, and Author of Money Magic.



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    • 1 hr 7 min
    Financial Wisdom for Retirees: Securing Living Standards with TIPS and Diversification

    Financial Wisdom for Retirees: Securing Living Standards with TIPS and Diversification

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    Professor Kotlikoff sits down with Nancy Lloyd, a respected personal finance journalist and author, for a riveting discussion on the intricacies of consumer finance. With a strong background in economics, technology, and journalism, Nancy brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the table. Having worked at the Federal Reserve Board, written for numerous publications, and authored bestselling books on personal finance, she is a voice of authority in the financial arena.



    Topics Covered:


    Risks of Reverse Mortgages and Ponzi Schemes
    Credit Card Debt and Student Loans
    Importance of Financial Literacy
    Time Management and Technology Distraction



    Time Stamps:


    00:00 Debt, interest rates, credit card disputes, flexibility.
    06:49 Impulse buying creates a sense of urgency.
    11:18 Be cautious when transferring credit card balances.
    21:25 Managing money, credit card issues and alternatives.
    26:38 College debt avoidance and student loan concerns.
    32:09 Employer funded education with logistical support provided.
    33:15 Community college credits don't always transfer well.
    40:43 Caution against aerospace, parental support, career clarity.
    48:49 Arrived early, parenting decisions led to problems.
    50:21 Consider long-term implications of financial decisions.
    55:25 Madoff victims face clawbacks, lack compensation protection.
    01:03:03 Options for stock market protection get pricier.



    This episode is invaluable for listeners looking to safeguard their financial future, offering practical advice on managing debt, understanding financial products, and making informed life choices. Professor Kotlikoff and Nancy emphasize the need for vigilance, financial education, and proactive management to navigate the often-complex world of personal finance successfully.

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    Laurence Kotlikoff is a Boston University Economist, a NY Times Best Selling Author, President of maxifi.com, and Author of Money Magic.

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    • 1 hr 2 min

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