Tag Archives: pessimism

The Best is Yet to Come

Bryan Caplan, professor of economics at George Mason University, says there’s no need for so much gloom and doom when it comes to the state of the world. “Human beings dwell on problems, failures and tragedies, and take solutions, successes and  triumphs for granted,” says Caplan, who refers to the phenomenon as pessimistic bias. But with all of the amazing economic gains in the last 100 years, Caplan says the big picture is still very sunny. In this edition of  “Econ Chronicles” on Learn Liberty, Caplan explains.

ARVE Error: need id and provider