Eric Rasmusen

About Eric Rasmusen

Eric Rasmusen, Yale ’80, MIT Ph.D. ’84, is the Dan R. and Catherine M. Dalton Professor of Business Economics and Public Policy, Kelley School of Business, Indiana University. He has also held various positions at UCLA, Harvard, Yale, Chicago, and Oxford. He is best known for his book Games and Information: An Introduction to Game Theory and he is currently working on a book on government regulation.

Bloomington versus Belmont: School Vouchers and Economic Diversity

Boston suburb Belmont is Charles Murray’s example in Coming Apart of rich, liberal, respectable people who preach relativism and moral agnosticism while leading orderly lives with minimal amounts of divorce, drugs, and dissipation―nice people, but entirely out of touch with Donald Trump’s America. I saw that, too, when I was a visiting professor

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