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I found that the unregulated market was very quickly weeding out ineffective drugs prior to 1962. Their sales declined rapidly within a few months of introduction, and there was thus little room for the regulation to improve on market forces . . . most of the subsequent academic research reached conclusions similar to mine . …

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Figure 1. The 14 estimates of the global economic impact of climate change, expressed as the welfare-equivalent income loss, as a functions of the increase in global mean temperature relative to today   Source: Richard Tol The recent IPCC report found that the temperature rise that we are expected to see sometime around 2055-2080 will …

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How can prison numbers be too high? There are unsolved crimes: murders, robberies, sexual assaults and burglaries to name a few. There are people out there who should have been arrested, convicted and sent to prison for serious crimes. Many of them are repeat offenders and career criminals. I have never understood the reasoning behind …

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The salary of one top hedge fund manager exceeds the entire payroll of any of the government departments in New Zealand. To get on the list of top 25 hedge fund manager you must earn at least $300 million a year. The best of these earned $3 billion last year. Anyone who was any good …

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