From Poverty to Prosperity
Arnold King and Nick Shulz argue that economists tend to fail to consider things like creativity and technological advancement when coming up with policies to improve the economy. They spoke at an event hosted by the Cato Institute in Washington, DC.
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Tim Kane Senior Fellow Kauffman (Ewing Marion) Foundation->Research and Policy
Arnold Kling Senior Economist (Former) Freddie Mac
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