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A professor at the University of California at Berkeley, Goldstein is a former dean of the journalism schools at Berkeley and Columbia University.
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A professor of economics at George Mason University, Cowen blogs at Marginalrevolution.com. He is also an economics columnist for The New York Times and the author of 10 books.
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