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Troy Vincent

Troy Vincent is a 2011 graduate of Mises University and has a BS in economics and public policy from Indiana University. Since 2013 he has worked in energy economics for private sector research and consulting firms.

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Wave of Saudi Crude Imports Could Open Door for Wave of US Exports

04/27/2020Power & Market
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Three Reasons Why Politicians Must Leave Oil Markets Alone

Price ControlsInterventionism

04/21/2020Audio/Video
Efforts by US policymakers to boost crude prices and to throw a lifeline to high-cost US crude producers is the exact opposite of what prices are telling us the market needs at this time.
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Three Reasons Why Politicians Must Leave Oil Markets Alone

Price ControlsInterventionismPrices

Blog04/20/2020

Efforts by US policymakers to boost crude prices and to throw a lifeline to high-cost US crude producers is the exact opposite of what prices are telling us the market needs at this time.

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Noah Smith Wants Harvard to Abandon Its Devotion to "Libertarian" Economic Theory. Really.

03/15/2019Power & Market

Smith thinks its enough to look at data in order to understand the economy. But without theory, how should the data be interpreted?

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Don’t Be Duped by the Latest "Universal Basic Income" Scheme

Blog03/07/2019

Keynes once suggested that "the Government should have people dig up holes and then fill them up.” The UBI is the same thing, but we just skip the digging.

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