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A Blurred Line

A Blurred Line

In USA Today Professor Christopher Coyne and Mason alumna Abigail Hall look at the recent death of Stephon Clark. They examine the increasing militarization of the United States police force and how proactive foreign policy can result in a changed law enforcement operation.

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Trade is Not a Job Killer

Trade is Not a Job Killer

Donald Boudreaux, professor of economics, examines the misplaced notion that trade kills jobs. The op-ed article published in the New York Times examines the difference between average job churn and job loss from trade.

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Trade in Ideas Program

Trade in Ideas Program

Professor Eskil Ullberg met with representatives from over twenty countries on February 26th, 2018 to host the Trade in Ideas Program at the World Trade Organization.

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The Lesson from a Tariff Tale

The Lesson from a Tariff Tale

Vernon Smith, Nobel laureate and Mason Professor Emeritus, reflects on his conversation with President George W. Bush about the 2002 Bush steel tariff. Nearly sixteen years later, the conversation is still relevant.

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