George H. Blackford, Ph.D.

 Economist at Large

 Email: george(at)


It ain't what you don't know that gets you into trouble.

Itís what you know for sure that just ain't so.
Attributed to Mark Twain (among others)



Economic Papers
Political Essays

Where Did All The Money Go?

Chapter 1: Income, Fraud, Corruption, and Efficiency

Chapter 1: Income, Fraud, Instability, and Efficiency examines the policy changes that have occurred over the past forty years and documents the consequences in terms of the increase in the concentration of income, fraud, economic instability, and economic inefficiency that followed in the wake of these changes.

See: Where Did All the Money Go? How Lower Taxes, Less Government, and Deregulation Redistribute Income and Create Economic Instability (2014) at Click here for a preview.

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