Review of Cameron Murray and Paul Frijters, Rigged: How Networks of Powerful Mates Rip Off Everyday Australians
Cameron Murray and Paul Frijters are among the decreasing number of economists who are both academically rigorous and write about things that matter. The reasons for this sad decrease are a mixture of the incentives for economists in contemporary universities, changes in public service culture, and the lack of independence of the growing number of economists working for consulting firms and corporations.
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Oslington, P. (2022). Review of Cameron Murray and Paul Frijters, Rigged: How Networks of Powerful Mates Rip Off Everyday Australians . Australasian Pentecostal Studies, 23(2), 172–174. Retrieved from https://aps-journal.com/index.php/APS/article/view/9621
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