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The corruption of happiness debt


The corruption of happiness debt

Gary Becker, who died last year, should be considered one of the most influential thinkers of our times. A leading member of the Chicago School of economics since the 1960s, his influence has been far more pervasive and subtle than that typically attributed to economists. Where many high-profile economists like Jeffrey Sachs and Lawrence Summers get to shape how specific public policies are made, Becker’s legacy has been a more profound and ethical one. In a sense, he has shaped how human beings are made. 


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