Interview with Robin Hanson by Carlisle Johnson

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  • Initial credits
  • Introduction
  • What do you have in common with Crane, Armey, Deaver, Bailey, Kelley, Aznar, and Barro?
  • Are you a colorful character in your University?
  • What is puzzling about product bans?
  • Should the government eliminate paternalistic rules?
  • What is your personal opinion about the  fun police?
  • What is your idea about informed voters?
  • Do you think that people is not interested in politics and foreign policy?
  • What do you think about the local anomaly of the European Constitution? 
  • What is the real definition of Social Insurance?
  • When the first Social Insurance program started?
  • Hasn't gambling become more acceptable in the United States?
  • What is the theory of persistent disagreement?
  • What is the  Future of Humanity Institute   at Oxford?
  • What is the importance of Fiction?
  • Can fiction be more important than treatises?
  • How could you predict the importance of technological developments?
  • What sort of things do you look out when do you study the future of Humanity?
  • Can you mention some contributions of the space program besides Tang?
  • Are robots going to be able to do critical thinking?
  • What are the social consequences of intelligent robots?
  • Can you think about others important technological and economic changes?
  • Do speculative markets need to build models in order to make predictions?
  • Can you use speculative markets to predict presidential elections?
  • Is there a correlation between exercise and life expectancy?
  • How would you encourage an student to pursue Future studies?
  • What is Social Science these days?
  • What disciplines will take part in the Future Humanist Institute?
  • Do you consider yourself a libertarian?
  • What is the difference between libertarianism and betting markets?
  • What have been the social impacts of Libertarian principles?
  • What is selection effect? Can you mention some applications of this theory?
  • Do you assume that people will always want to expand their frontiers?
  • Will economic wealth matter in the future?
  • Final words
  • Final credits
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About this video

Robin Hanson uses an economic approach to explain different social, economical, and political phenomenons in politics. With a sense economic analysis, Hanson discusses the limitations and disadvantages of product bans, paternalism, and Social Insurance.  Future studies can be a valuable aid to social scientists to evaluate the impact of technological developments like Internet, robotics, and energy generation. It also mentions the importance of prediction and decisions markets as an alternative to forecasting agencies. The difference between a speculative market and a specialized agency, is that a market deals efficiently with the problems of uncertain, inexact, and incomplete information.  Many companies have found applications in this markets by outsourcing policy decision making.



Robin Hanson

Robin Hanson
Robin Hanson is an associate professor at George Mason University and Research Associate in Future of Humanity Institute at Oxford University. He has written numerous publications and short essays that contain a lot of his researches and thoughts about economics, health care, law enforcement, and more. Hanson has received various awards, as Alfred P. Sloan Dissertation Fellowship in 1996, Global Idea Bank Web Social Innovations Award in 1996, among others. He holds a B.S. in physics from the University of California at Irvine, a M.S. in physics and a M.A. in Conceptual Foundations of Science from the University of Chicago, and a Ph.D. in social science from California Institute of Technology (Caltech).

Source: hanson.gmu.edu/home.html
Last update: 14/02/2008

Credits

Interview with Robin Hanson by Carlisle Johnson
Robin Hanson, Carlisle Johnson

Special Collections Room
Universidad Francisco Marroquín
Guatemala, October 23, 2007

New Media - UFM production. Guatemala, October 2007
Camera: Jorge Samayoa, Manuel Alvarez; digital editing: Claudia de Obregón; index: Christiaan Ketelaar; publication: Pedro David España


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