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Even toddlers disdain free riders and bludgers

Already at age 4, children express a strong and probably innate tendency to negatively evaluate and punish free-riders, at a personal cost. https://t.co/iHNCJXlUJb pic.twitter.com/2VzBHhlt1H

— Rolf Degen (@DegenRolf) April 18, 2018

Economics Of Education

Many economists failed ethics pop quiz on feathering own nest, credentialism and rent seeking

From http://www.igmchicago.org/surveys/occupational-licensing-for-economists

The comments make for fabulous reading, as each economist figures out how to balance their distaste for restricting choice with their distaste for non-economists.

— Justin Wolfers (@JustinWolfers) April 19, 2018

Applied Price Theory