by Mitch Kokai
Senior Political Analyst, John Locke Foundation
Eight decades after the Great Depression, there’s still no universal agreement among economists about its causes or the proper policy responses to it.
The latest installment in Duke University’s Hayek Lecture Series featured a discussion on the topic between Dartmouth economist Douglas Irwin and George Mason’s Lawrence H. White. Click play below to watch the 1:01:24 event.