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Economists on the Welfare State and the Regulatory State: Why Don't Any Argue in Favor of One and Against the Other? A Symposium Prologue

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  • Daniel B. Klein
Volume Number 12
Issue Number 1
Pages 2-14
File URL Economists on the Welfare State and the Regulatory State: Why Don't Any Argue in Favor of One and Against the Other? A Symposium Prologue
Publication year 2015

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  1. Peter Schwartz discusses the relationship between the regulatory state and the welfare state in his book “In Defense of Selfishness”. There is an excerpt from the book in this blog article:

    http://peterschwartz.com/if-the-government-feeds-you-it-will-tell-you-what-you-may-and-may-not-eat/

    posted 19 Nov 2016 by Steven Rogers

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