DO ALL THE RESOURCE PROBLEMS IN THE WEST BEGIN IN THE EAST?

Economics can make good policy better and bad policy go away- a message often constrained by the political realities surrounding federal resource policy toward the West. This essay responds to these challenges to economic reasoning based on the lessons learned after a stay at the Council of Economic Advisers. My goal is to help make apolitical economists more effective advocates of efficiency.
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Shogren, Jason F., DO ALL THE RESOURCE PROBLEMS IN THE WEST BEGIN IN THE EAST?, Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Volume 23, Issue 2, December 1998, Pages 309–318

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