The economic way of thinking is instructive in some of the ways we can love, too. What does economics have to say about our love for mankind? our neighbors around the globe? the least of these among us? our local communities and families?
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In 2020, I’ve committed to completing a chronological reading of the Bible. Today I came to the Passover and the final plague of many called down upon Egypt. I was familiar with the Biblical account, but for some reason this week as I read it again, the words God gave...
This is the first in a series that defines economics as a discipline, addressing common misconceptions along the way.
Note: This article first appeared in The Detroit News on July 13, 2019 and later the blog of the Mackinac Center for Public Policy. It is based on the more extensive report “Workforce Development in Michigan” published in May 2019 by the Mackinac Center.
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