Measuring Genius

Feature

Saturday, April 13, 2002

David Galenson is an economist who studies labor markets. These days, he's aiming his quantitative skills at one question: why do some artists produce their best work when they're young and others when they're old?  

Contributors:

Fred Mogul

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