Economic researchers and policy makers often make errors of fact and interpretation that undermine the pursuit of truth and freedom. These mistakes often arise when economists put careerism above principle or rely on mathematical techniques that obscure the connections between truth and freedom.
Read the Full Article
(PDF, 6 pages)
|Other Independent Review articles by Robert Higgs|
|Fall 2018||Against the Whole Concept and Construction of the Balance of International Payments|
|Summer 2018||Feedback and Correction in Government and the Market|
|Spring 2018||Ideology and Political Divisiveness|
|[View All (61)]|