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Nate Hagens: From Wall St. to Ecological Economics


In this interview from the 2013 US Society of Ecological Economics Conference we speak with Nate Hagens about his experience on Wall St. and how it led him to become an ecological economist. Nate describes how the human economy transforms raw materials into brain chemicals.

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