August 30, 2007

10 Questions for Greg Clark

'In his new book A Farewell to Alms, Greg Clark, an economic historian at the University of California, Davis, contends that "[t]he New World after the Neolithic Revolution offered economic success to a different kind of agent than had been typical in hunter-gatherer society: Those with patience, who could wait to enjoy greater consumption in the future. Those who liked to work long hours. And those who could perform formal calculations in a world of many types of inputs and outputs...."'
Gene Expression: 10 Questions for Greg Clark Posted by Martin Sewell at August 30, 2007 10:30 AM