Opponents of free trade insist that job opportunities and living standards have declined as international trade has expanded. Is that true? Professor Don Boudreaux joins us for a rebuttal.
About the Guest
Don Boudreaux is a professor of economics at George Mason University and a senior fellow at the Mercatus Center.
“A 1975 Sears Catalog,” by Don Boudreaux
“Working for Sears Goods,” by Don Boudreaux
“Stagnating Middle-Class?,” by Don Boudreaux
“The Future: Back to the Past,” by Don Boudreaux
“Cataloging Our Economic Progress,” by Don Boudreaux
“Cataloging Our Economic Progress: Basic Bedding,” by Don Boudreaux
“Cataloging Our Progress: Basic Lawn Care,” by Don Boudreaux
“Cataloging Our Progress: Men’s Business Wear,” by Don Boudreaux
“Cataloging Our Progress: Men’s Business Wear, 1975-2012,” by Don Boudreaux
“Cataloging Our Progress from 1975: Using Sears.com’s Selection on New Year’s Day 2013,” by Don Boudreaux
“Cataloging Our Economic Progress Since 1982,” by Don Boudreaux
Ep. 398 Free Trade and the Trans-Pacific Partnership (Richard Ebeling)
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