Bush warmist economist Mankiw still pushing carbon tax central planning

Greg Mankiw writes in the New York Times:

The main question is how we, as a society, ensure that we all make the right decisions, taking into account both the personal impact of our actions and the externalities. There are three approaches.

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2 thoughts on “Bush warmist economist Mankiw still pushing carbon tax central planning”

  1. “The main question is how we, as a society, ensure that we all make the right decisions, taking into account both the personal impact of our actions and the externalities.”

    An economist who thinks it is government’s job to make sure people make the right decisions. Of course, government gets to decide what the right decisions are. Ipso facto, people don’t get to decide at all.

    “You vill like your choices. Or else.”

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