Tag Archives: Ethics

Dear Mr. Editor

My letter to Editor of The Washington Post earlier this week was published in today’s Sunday edition: Michael Gerson’s Nov. 29 op-ed column, “Wrong and righteous,” discussing a question on the ethics of politicians distorting distortions, prompted the question of … Continue reading

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Who can you trust?

Life is full of moral dilemmas. It’s always saddening to hear of friends’ misfortunes, more so when they come from the result of someone being ‘ethically challenged’. Whatever we feel about social media, it has allowed the sharing of stories … Continue reading

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Come on and take a free ride

I loved the music of Edgar Winter, but that is a mere aside. So, listen to his song and enjoy the Drake and Josh video. My wife, also an economist, knows about the principles of free riding. But, because of … Continue reading

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