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Edward L. Glaeser

The folly of 'fixing' energy price hikes

By Edward L. Glaeser
August 1, 2008

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HIGH ENERGY prices can bring out the best in people and firms, but they often seem to bring out the worst in politicians. Whether or not greed is good, there is plenty to be said for a little thriftiness. High prices, painful as they may be, do more to encourage energy conservation than replaying every one of President Carter's sweater-clad ... (Full article: 701 words)

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