In this podcast, Charles Murray speaks on current research pointing to the new class divisions in America as they relate to education. He challenges mainstream views in the US toward higher education and the management of intellectual talent, the results of which affect innovation in the business world.
Charles Murray, whose education includes a BA from Harvard and a PhD from MIT, is a political scientist, columnist, pundit and author of best-sellers like Coming Apart. He is also a famed co-author of the controversial book The Bell Curve. Murray has written many books and first became known around 1984 for his Losing Ground: American Social Policy 1950–1980, which discusses the American welfare system.