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Jun 7, 2017
| Philosophy & Ethics
Economics is not, nor can it be, value-free.
Credits: Matthew Kulvicki
George DeMartino discusses economist’s influence, whether they should ever lie, and the irreparable ignorance that haunts economics. DeMartino argues for professional ethics in economics as a field of study beyond a code of conduct.