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Teaching Sound Economics in a Crisis of Fallacies: Steve Horwitz AMA

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Thanks for watching our recent AMA video I was pleased to record with David Henderson last week. This week, Econlib contributor Steve Horwitz has kindly agreed to film an AMA interview with me this week, which we will then share here. Our topic of discussion will be, as titled above. We’ll start with the questions, what are the greatest economic fallacies you see swirling around discussion of the coronavirus? And, what are the best pedagogical means to combat those same fallacies? What else would you like to ask Horwitz? Please email your questions to me at [email protected] We’ll compile the questions to keep our interview dynamic. We’ll be recording later this week, so the deadline for question submissions will be Friday at 11am, EST.

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Thanks for watching our recent AMA video I was pleased to record with David Henderson last week.

This week, Econlib contributor Steve Horwitz has kindly agreed to film an AMA interview with me this week, which we will then share here.

Our topic of discussion will be, as titled above. We’ll start with the questions, what are the greatest economic fallacies you see swirling around discussion of the coronavirus? And, what are the best pedagogical means to combat those same fallacies?

What else would you like to ask Horwitz? Please email your questions to me at [email protected] We’ll compile the questions to keep our interview dynamic. We’ll be recording later this week, so the deadline for question submissions will be Friday at 11am, EST.

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