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  • Big Visions for Energy

    The Cato Institute recently published a podcast with Don Boudreaux, chairman of the economics department at George Mason University. He discusses why central planning for energy policy won’t work and why innovation and market-driven incentives will. Dr. Boudreaux blogs at Café Hayek, is the author of a great new book called Globalization, and his renowned for his clear and concise letters to the editor. You can listen to the podcast here.

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    One Response to Big Visions for Energy

    1. Nestor Rave, BGSU says:

      It is a very hard site to navigate

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