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David Hebert is a Ph.D. student in economics at George Mason University. His research interests include public finance and property rights.
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Good economics teaches cooperation and the limits of politics, not greed
OCTOBER 30, 2013 by DAVID J. HEBERT
Economics does not so much teach greed but rather the beauty of cooperation. How else could we explain how a woolen coat gets made, how Paris gets fed, or how a pencil gets made?
JUNE 24, 2013 by DAVID J. HEBERT
Congress has been bullying Apple, Google, and other companies who move business offshore to avoid taxes--even when they do it legally. Simply reducing tax rates would make loopholes less valuable and would benefit both consumers and producers.
MAY 24, 2013 by DAVID J. HEBERT
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