Best of #econtwitter - Week of June 4, 2023: interesting tweets
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^low-confidence take is that: answering questions in a Lucas-robust way is more often a public good. ie: the private sector systematically undersupplies answers to questions that require these methods
^not that it’s totally obvious what a better system would be, but
^(inclusions are not endorsements)
From the archives
^rapidly becoming a culture war issue and may eventually be banned from the newsletter, but for now: fill up on these takes
^another Abaluck thread on “the impacts of AI on democracy”