Peter J. Boettkepboettke@gmu.edu
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Teaching and learning economics has become detached from human beings
DECEMBER 17, 2013 by PETER BOETTKE
Economists need to apply their tools to real people in the real world. That doesn't mean tossing out statistics and modeling. It means including every other discipline with light to shed on people and our world.
Good economics, bad economics, and our unprecedented debt
OCTOBER 22, 2013 by PETER BOETTKE
The United States is saddled with a staggering amount of debt. It's time to put aside bad economics and look at how to salvage our financial future.
SEPTEMBER 26, 2013 by PETER BOETTKE
Economics is full of research, theories, and statistics. But it's really about learning to see the wonder surrounding us, in mundane things we often take for granted.
MAY 30, 2012 by PETER BOETTKE
Economics is far too important to be left up to professionals.
JUNE 29, 2010 by PETER BOETTKE, TSVETELIN M. TSONEVSKI
On behalf of the Foundation for Economic Education's Board of Trustees and staff, president Lawrence W. Reed announced today the election of Dr. Peter J. Boettke to the organization's Board of Trustees.