Fast Food and the Housing Crisis

Do the food giants really care about our health? Whose interests do they really serve? Michael Moss, bestselling author of "Salt, Sugar, Fat: How the Food Giants Hooked Us", returns to Goldstein On Gelt to talk about the impact of his book on the food industry. Have any changes been made in food production? Are consumers now eating healthier food?

And: what caused the housing bubble in the United States several years ago? Could the situation have been predicted in advance? Dr. Vernon Smith of the Economics Department at Chapman University, and winner of the Nobel Prize for Economics in 2002, discusses experimental economics and how it can be used to predict housing markets and other important aspects of the economy. 

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