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Guest Blogger: Andrew Norton

Andrew Norton will be guest posting temporarily at Institutional Economics.  Andrew will already be known to most of you.  He is a Research Fellow at the Centre for Independent Studies and an acting editor of its journal Policy.  Andrew is a political theorist by training rather than an economist.  This is something we actually have in common.  I started out as a political scientist before re-training an economist, so we are both refugees from academic political science.  His first post is below this one.

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posted on 05 September 2006 by skirchner in Misc

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