Joseph Stiglitz's Market-Failure Myth

Joseph Stiglitz

Thank you, Joseph Stiglitz, for providing so much fodder for free-market economists to use in their classrooms this spring.

The fodder can be found in new research (with Bruce Greenwald) Stiglitz is touting. In it, he presents statistical relationships between techno
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