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Schneider's The Deadly Sins

(October 9, 2016 12:32 PM, by Bryan Caplan) This Wednesday, former EconLog blogger James Schneider is coming to GMU to present a draft of his amazing new book, The Deadly Sins: An Exploration of Behavioral Health Economics. Schneider, a true polymath, interweaves research in economics, medicine, and psychology... (0 COMMENTS)
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