Policy Differences Among Economists and “Disinterested Citizens”

Milton Friedman argued in 1953 (and again in 1967) that economic policy differences are rooted primarily in different views about the consequences of those policies -- and that these disagreements could largely be eliminated by better positive economics (!).  Specifically, he wrote: I venture the judgment, however, that currently in the Western world, and especially in the United States, … Continue reading Policy Differences Among Economists and “Disinterested Citizens”