A Lesson on Unintended Consequences with the UTK Libertarians

If the Delhi government wanted to reduce the cobra population, then passing legislation to pay citizens for dead cobras should do the trick, right? Would you believe it if we told you this actually increased the cobra population? But... how?

Join the Foundation for Economic Education on Monday, February 6th from 6:00 - 7:00 PM ET to hear Dr. Antony Davies explain how this intervention and others often create "unintended consequences."

If you're a student of UTK interested in learning more about economics, free markets, the effects of government interventions, or how to think critically, then this seminar is for YOU!

Bring your burning questions, we always reserve time for Q&A.

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