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Justin Wolfers

Justin Wolfers is an Assistant Professor at Business and Public Policy Department of the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, and previously at Stanford Business School. He completed his PhD in economics at Harvard University, and previously worked for the Reserve Bank of Australia.

Author's website: Justin Wolfers's home page


 
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