The Logistics of Illicit Drugs
Jonathan Caulkins, Carnegie Mellon
Carnegie Mellon's Jonathan Caulkins, the leading math modeler specializing in drug trafficking, recounts what he learned about stopping drug use from the coca fields of Columbia, the collapsed drug trade of Australia, and the models of legendary marketing scientist Frank Bass. Hear his observations – and his proposals for reducing drug use – in this interview on a problem that has plagued the Western World for generations.
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