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Bryan Caplan is Professor of Economics at George Mason University and Senior Scholar at the Mercatus Center. He has published in the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, the American Economic Review, the Economic Journal, the Journal of Law and Economics, and Intelligence, and has appeared on 20/20, FoxNews, and C-SPAN. Bryan Caplan blogs on EconLog.

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Open Borders: Bryan Caplan & Zach Weinersmith (webinar)

Bryan Caplan, professor of economics at George Mason University, & Zach Weinersmith, cartoonist of the SMBC Comic fame, will join us for a discussion about their book Open Borders: Science and Ethics of Immigration.

You can sponsor the Czech translation of the book here: https://www.startovac.cz/projekty/otevrene-hranice/
Or donate directly to us here: https://libinst.cz/help-publish-open-borders-in-czech/

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Paul Elam DESTROYED By Dr.Bryan Caplan On Open Borders

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1. Institute For Humane Studies. "Open Borders with Professor Bryan Caplan." YouTube. YouTube, 7 Feb. 2020. Web. 11 Feb. 2021.
2. Men Are Good. "Regarding Men #5 The Green New Deal." YouTube. YouTube, 28 Feb. 2019. Web. 11 Feb. 2021.
3. Geneve, Adelicious. "Jonah Jameson – You Serious? Spiderman." YouTube. YouTube, 14 Aug. 2015. Web. 28 Dec. 2019.

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Prof. Bryan Caplan – Poverty: Who Is To Blame

The Oxford Economics society is delighted to host Bryan Caplan, Professor of Economics at at George Mason University, research fellow at the Mercatus Center, adjunct scholar at the Cato Institute, and former contributor to the Freakonomics blog.

Professor Caplan will be discussing which entities and which people can be held accountable for the continued existence of widespread poverty in the Third World, and the implications of this for attempting to tackle such poverty.

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A Decade! Looking Back on 10 Years of Bryan Caplan Marketing (And It’s My Birthday 😉)

10 Years! It feels like I just started this whole thing yesterday. I remember clearly how I signed my first client for $100 and some sandwiches in return for 20 hours a month (no joke!) If you’d asked me where I’d be in 10 years, I couldn’t have imagined I’d be here, doing what I love every single day while helping small business owners to further their passion.

That’s not lost on me, either. I realize I have a platform for small business owners, and I commit to use that platform for the greater good – for the benefit of those who want to attend my classes or watch a video or read an email. My personal and professional goal is to help all of you either thinking of jumping into entrepreneurship OR those who just don’t get all this online stuff OR those who just need a little push and

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The Case Against Education by Bryan Caplan Book Summary – Review (AudioBook)

The Case Against Education: Why the Education System Is a Waste of Time and Money by Bryan Caplan Book Review

The so-called benefits of education are often exaggerated. Most of the topics we are imposed in school are irrelevant, and the tremendous expenses we made for education only provide us with success in a pointless status game. Although we could overcome these problems with some easy actions, today’s political mind doesn’t want this transformation.

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For summary;

https://goodbooksummary.com/the-case-against-education-by-bryan-caplan-book-summary-review/

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The Case for Open Borders with Bryan Caplan [Bonus Partial Episode]

My latest episode features Bryan Caplan. Bryan is an economist at George Mason University, a research fellow at the Mercatus Centre, and a New York Times best selling author. His books include The Myth of the Rational Voter (which was voted best political book of the year by the New York Times), Selfish Reasons To Have More Kids, Case Against Education, and Open Borders. Bryan also blogs for EconLog, and has been published in the New York Times, The Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, Time Magazine, and many more.

This episode focuses on his argument for open borders, which I find very compelling. Before you dismiss it as crazy, utopian or naïve, just listen to Bryan’s full account of it and read the book. Whether or not I agree with his conclusions, Bryan is one of the most careful

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Is the Education System Effective? – Bryan Caplan – 110920

Bryan Caplan examines the state of the education system in America at all levels. How has COVID changed it for the kids, for the teachers, for the parents? How do increasing costs factor into the quality of outcome?

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The Case against Higher Education I Bryan Caplan [TEASER CLIP]

For members the full episode will be available to watch/listen to tomorrow. For everyone else, if you’d like to gain early access to this episode, consider becoming a member via https://colemanhughes.org/ or subscribe to my podcast https://www.patreon.com/ColemanHughes
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My latest episode features Bryan Caplan. Bryan is an economist at George Mason University, a research fellow at the Mercatus Centre, and a New York Times best selling author.

In this mini clip Bryan Caplan makes a case that students spend too much time in formal education, which serves less to enhance skills and understanding, but to ‘signal’ one’s value to future employers.

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BCFW Expo 2020 – Creating Profitable Emails with Bryan Caplan

Covering the impact of email marketing on e-commerce. It’s actually a great presentation that shows how Bryan Caplan’s company helped one of his clients sell over $5,000 in hats during the height of the pandemic with just 4 simple emails. Bryan dives into the anatomy of the emails and provide the attendees with helpful tips and tricks to get the most out of their email list.

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The Economics of Ignorant Voters. Bryan Caplan & Keith Knight

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Bryan Caplan is a professor of Economics at George Mason University

Buy Bryan Caplan’s books here: https://www.amazon.com/s?k=Bryan+Caplan&ref=nb_sb_noss_2

Bryan Caplan’s articles: https://www.econlib.org/author/bcaplan/

Bryan Caplan’s website: http://www.bcaplan.com/

Website of Zach Weinersmith, co-author of Open Borders: The Science and Ethics of Immigration: https://www.smbc-comics.com/

My previous discussion with Bryan Caplan: https://youtu.be/eBiP_kAlp70

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Myth of the Rational Voter with Dr. Bryan Caplan

Dr. Bryan Caplan discusses key ideas from his book Myth of the Rational Voter. Dr. Caplan is a professor of economics here at George Mason and is a New York Times best-selling author. His other works include The Case Against Education and Selfish Reasons to Have More Kids.

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Open Borders with Bryan Caplan

Bryan Caplan discusses his recently co-authored graphic novel, Open Borders. Join him in a short discussion of the economic case for a more permissive immigration policy.

On September 30, 2020, we will be hosting a live Q&A session with Dr. Caplan.

To register, please visit: www.emporia.edu/live or http://bit.ly/CaplanGLE.

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The Case Against Education by Bryan Caplan

If you’ve wondered whether education is worth all the time and money we invest, this is a good read.

Purchase The Case Against Education
– Independent Bookstore: https://bookshop.org/a/11916/9780691196459
– Amazon: https://amzn.to/2G3hcU6

## Links

– Malcom Gladwell showed a similar effect of the LSAT on legal success: http://revisionisthistory.com/episodes/32-the-tortoise-and-the-hare
– Kids These Days: https://curtismchale.ca/2019/07/24/how-hard-is-it-to-be-a-millenial/
– The Death of Expertise: https://curtismchale.ca/2020/01/31/how-expertise-died
– When: https://curtismchale.ca/2018/03/29/how-to-leverage-the-timing-of-events-in-life/
– Unschooling: https://curtismchale.ca/2019/08/28/looking-at-unschooling-with-kerry-mcdonald

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Open borders, poverty and equality – Ft. Bryan Caplan

Bastiat talks with Bryan Caplan, who is a professor of economics at George Mason University, a research fellow at the Mercatus Center.
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Date Streamed: 09/08/2020

0:00:00 – Introduction
0:02:18 – Open borders
0:07:36 – Equality & freedom
0:12:41 – Are blending cultures good?
0:18:36 – Welfare vs open borders
0:23:02 – Morality of illegal immigration
0:26:53 – Critics of open borders
0:31:57 – IQ Realism
0:39:03 – Fixing poverty
0:47:45 – Education inequality
0:49:35 – Libertarians vs Scandinavian models
0:53:02 – Good taxes
0:58:40 – Best healthcare
1:06:56 – Modern monetary theory
1:12:55 – Is socialism the future?
1:19:40 – Parents vs multi-national companies
1:22:17 – Outro

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The Case Against Education Book Summary – Bryan Caplan – MattyGTV

The Case Against Education Book Summary – Bryan Caplan

1. Lots of what you learn in school is completely irrelevant towards your life.
2. All the time invested into useless classes could be spent working on skills that will benefit your life.
3. The vast majority of college degrees also do nothing for students in the workplace.
4. Employers like people that went to college because it shows they’re intelligent, diligent and most importantly, obedient.
5. The income gap between college and non-college students is only relevant because poor children can’t afford to go to college. It reinforces the already existing gap between social classes.
6. Putting your $300,000 college loan into the stock market will more often than not see you make better lifetime returns than spending it on

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Crie Progresso, Não Trabalho – Bryan Caplan – Learn Liberty

Criar valor não é a mesma coisa que criar empregos, embora os dois sejam frequentemente confundidos por políticos e por aqueles que não entendem de economia. Os políticos acreditam que podem fazer a economia crescer criando empregos, mas nada poderia estar mais longe da verdade.

A verdade é que criar empregos é fácil, mas criar valor é difícil. Além disso, os empregos em si não são o que criam valor ou causam o crescimento econômico. São os empreendedores produzem as coisas que valorizamos e, nesse processo, criam empregos valiosos.

Se nosso objetivo é ter padrões de vida mais elevados, tirar mais pessoas da pobreza, e prosperidade em geral, não podemos simplesmente criar qualquer emprego para as pessoas. Devemos permitir que empresários, trabalhadores e consumidores interajam uns com

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Crie Progresso, Não Trabalho – Bryan Caplan – Learn Liberty

Criar valor não é a mesma coisa que criar empregos, embora os dois sejam frequentemente confundidos por políticos e por aqueles que não entendem de economia. Os políticos acreditam que podem fazer a economia crescer criando empregos, mas nada poderia estar mais longe da verdade. A verdade é que criar empregos é fácil, mas criar …

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The Myth of the Rational Voter Audiobook by Bryan Caplan

Get full version of this audiobook for free(30 day free trial) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0041VR8H2/?tag=cheapsearch0b-20 Best AudioBooks The Myth of the Rational Voter Audiobook by Bryan Caplan Reviews: Publisher’s Summary The greatest obstacle to sound economic policy is not entrenched special interests or rampant lobbying, but the popular misconceptions, irrational beliefs, and personal biases held by ordinary voters. …

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The Myth of the Rational Voter Audiobook by Bryan Caplan

Get full version of this audiobook for free(30 day free trial)
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0041VR8H2/?tag=cheapsearch0b-20
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The Myth of the Rational Voter Audiobook by Bryan Caplan Reviews:
Publisher’s Summary
The greatest obstacle to sound economic policy is not entrenched special interests or rampant lobbying, but the popular misconceptions, irrational beliefs, and personal biases held by ordinary voters. This is economist Bryan Caplan’s sobering assessment in this provocative and eye-opening book. Caplan argues that voters continually elect politicians who either share their biases or else pretend to, resulting in bad policies winning again and again by popular demand. Boldly calling into question our most basic assumptions about American politics, Caplan contends that

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