Russ Roberts recently interviewed me for his EconTalk podcast. We talked about social science and the garden of forking paths. Roberts was also going to talk with me about Case and Deaton, but we ran out of time.
Whenever I announce a talk, people ask in comments if it will be streamed or recorded. Most of my talks are not streamed or recorded, but some are, also sometimes I get interviewed in podcasts. I can’t vouch for the podcasts because I hate the sound of my own voice, but here are some things you can check out:
My talk at New York R conference 2016 on the political impact of social penumbras. Also starts off with some discussion of Bayes, church, the folk theorem, and some Stan.
You can find more on Google. The talks come out ok on video but you don’t get a sense of the audience participation. In real life people are actually laughing at the jokes.