Pittsburgh Tribune-ReviewAugust 19, 2007 By Bill Steigerwald
ECONOMIST, n. a scoundrel whose faulty vision sees things as they really are, not as they ought to be.—after Ambrose Bierce By Daniel K. Benjamin
Bozeman ChronicleDecember 3, 2007 By Terry L. Anderson
September 2007Volume 25 | Number 3ECONOMIST, n. a scoundrel whose faulty vision sees things as they really are, not as they ought to be.—after Ambrose Bierce
Do single-issue voters matter? Recent evidence suggests that, when the issue is the environment, the answer is “yes.”
Can beliefs about fundamental social institutions such as the market system, change? If so, what can cause such changes? Even if one replies "yes" to the first question discerning an answer to the second has been an elusive goal for social scientists.