At Brown, my primary teaching is an undergraduate class, Econ 1430. I love it, even this semester when it’s only partially in person and everyone wears two masks. The title of the class is “The Economics of Social Policy” and we talk all about education, health and social programs. But, really, it’s a class on…

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