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There's only one "E" in Romer, Pete.

Thanks Charlie ... fixed.

Rule 1. Don't let rent seekers write the rules.

>>Don't let rent seekers write the rules.

...unless they're out to maximize land rents by removing barriers to private sector growth (e.g. Hong Kong, Singapore).

Best,

Mark Frazier
Openworld, Inc.
"Awakening assets for good"
www.openworld.com

Is his emphasis on rules just b/c he thinks they can aid in technology shifts there fore higher levels of aggregate output?

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