Do All the Resource Problems in the West Begin in the East?Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics (1998)
AbstractEconomics 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.
Publication DateDecember, 1998
Citation InformationJason Shogren. "Do All the Resource Problems in the West Begin in the East?" Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics Vol. 23 Iss. 2 (1998)
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