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30 May 2020

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Kevin Glass (Franklin Center for Government and Public Integrity) and Stephen Slivinski (Goldwater Institute)

On Rational Actors, Kevin and Stephen consider whether economics is a science. Stephen outlines the disagreements between behavioral economists and experimental economists. Is the “rational actor” theory alive and well? Stephen makes the case for government gridlock, and Kevin wonders whether the current gridlock is exactly what the American people want.

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Recorded:Sep 24    Posted:Sep 24, 2013
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Rational Actors | Sep 24, 2013 | Kevin Glass & Stephen Slivinski

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