In today’s video, Yaron Brook discusses the “zero-sum game” fallacy in economics in this PJTV interview. This interview is based on themes developed in Dr. Brook’s recent article on Forbes.com, co-authored with Don Watkins. Recorded June 17, 2011.
“We’ve heard it a million times: the rich get the pie, the poor get the crumbs. But Yaron Brook and the Front Page team explain why there is no “wealth pie” waiting to be sliced. We make our pies, so get out your cookbook.”
- Play zero-sum games online by Elmer G. Wiens.
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