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A web site in honor of UCLA economist Earl Thompson

It was created by Josh Hendrickson, here is the whole thing.  I excerpt one part of it, I’ve done no additional indent but all of this following is from Hendrickson: Institutions and Public Choice   In the 1970s, Earl Thompson started down a path of research that would continue through his career. This research represented […] The post A web site in honor of UCLA economist Earl Thompson appeared first on Marginal REVOLUTION.
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