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The Economics Of The Truth

How often and when do you hear the truth? For an economist, that is an easy question to answer provided the economist’s mind is not trying to avoid the answer. You hear the truth when honesty has utility to the … Continue reading

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Instinctive Biases In The Republican Presidentual Debates

In the Republican presidential debates, I see more evidence of instinctive biases in dealing with government. When Wolfe Blitzer of CNN was questioning Ron Paul about who pays for health care, the assumption was packed in that society has a … Continue reading

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