Monthly Archives: March 2010

Incentives Rule the World on Daily Caller

Here is my latest Op-ed in The Daily Caller:  http://dailycaller.com/2010/03/15/incentives-rule-the-world/ Please go to the bottom of the page an rate it by clicking on (hopefully) five stars. Thanks.  

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Incentives Rule the World

 Our behavior is profoundly influenced by the incentives we face. Money is a very important motivator but money is not everything. Our behavior is also influenced by prestige, power, benevolence, and all the feel good stuff. All of these help … Continue reading

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The torture debate

Anyone interested in the debate over whether torture is a useful interrogation tool for fighting terrorists should watch this presentation earlier today at the New American Foundation: http://www.newamerica.net/events/2010/effective_interrogation_techniques  

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Give Bankruptcy a Chance

Here is my latest op-ed in The Daily Caller: http://dailycaller.com/2010/03/05/give-bankruptcy-a-chance/  

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Comments on my Torture note

As usual friends sent some interesting comments on my note on torture. Here are two of them with a further comment from me. ********************* Dear Warren, As always, I enjoy your deliberations. It would please me no end to agree … Continue reading

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