Economists Can’t Be Trusted on Tax Plans: Laurence KotlikoffLaurence Kotlikoff
Oct. 26 (Bloomberg) -- The presidential campaign has just begun, and it’s already making me queasy. It’s not the smug politicians claiming magical job creation powers or special connections with the almighty. It’s the economists who produce misleading analyses of the candidates’ proposed policies.
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