10 Lessons from the book Good Economics for Hard Times

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Economics is too important to be left to economists.

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The call to action is not just for academic economists—it is for all of us who want a better, saner, more humane world. Economics is too important to be left to economists.

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there are no iron laws of economics keeping us from building a more humane world

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Only a social policy founded on respect for the dignity of the individual can help make the average citizen more open to ideas of toleration.

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The average estimate implies that when your income increases by 10 percent, your CO2 emissions increase by 9 percent.

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For many items, the cost of production is no more than 10–15 percent of the retail cost.

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Bigotry can be good business, at least for some, and it seems to be good politics as well.

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