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STOP SAYING THAT! “Increased regulation hinders economic growth.”

At best this is a half-truth. For example, consider a new regulation on industrial air pollution. This would certainly add a fi´╗┐nancial burden to industries that produce air pollution, e.g., factories, refineries, etc. But, these represent only a fraction of … Continue reading

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In Defense of Cash

Will getting rid of cash have benefits for society? This is a question that economists and public policy experts have been debating more and more. In fact, India (among other countries) has begun to eliminate all large denomination bills. The … Continue reading

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