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The Seen and Unseen

The Seen and Unseen

"Tariff policy beneficiaries are always seen, but its victims are mostly unseen. Politicians love this. The reason is simple." states Walter E. Williams, John M. Olin Distinguished Professor of Economics.

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Behavioral Economics, Explained

Behavioral Economics, Explained

On the occasion of the second edition of his Course in Behavioral Economics textbook, Erik Angner, faculty member, Department of Philosophy, and director, Philosophy, Politics, and Economics program, explains behavioral economics and how the discipline refines standard economic thought.

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