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Coronavirus economic policy uncertainty is costly and sometimes preventable

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Bruce Yandle discusses the importance of limiting economic uncertainty during the pandemic. Read more in Washington Examiner.

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Bruce Yandle discusses the importance of limiting economic uncertainty during the pandemic.

Read more in Washington Examiner

Bruce Yandle
Bruce Yandle is a distinguished Mercatus Center adjunct professor of economics at George Mason University. He specializes in public choice, regulation, and free-market environmentalism. Yandle frequently briefs Capitol Hill policymakers on economic issues and lectures regularly in Mercatus programs for House and Senate staffers.

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