Behavioral Economics – Pro-Government Bias? – ValueWalk Premium
Behavioral Economics

Behavioral Economics – Pro-Government Bias?

Behavioral Economics - Pro-Government Bias by Bryan Caplan, Foundation For Economic Education

95% of BE Policy Proposals Forget That Government Is Run by Humans

Behavioral economists often use their findings to argue for government intervention. Critics of behavioral economics often accuse its practitioners of a tacit double standard: Human irrationality is a poor argument for government action because officials are human.

Question: Can behavioral economists really neglect such a basic . . .

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