Economists - These are the individuals who take a close look at society using a set of tools to determine the overall health of society.
Behavioral Economists - These individuals look at more than just the numbers on a piece of paper when judging the quality of an economy; they intertwine psychology and economics.
Gary Becker - This individual from the University of Chicago won the Nobel prize in 1992 for his work in the field of human capital.
Daniel Kahneman - This individual is a professor in public affairs and psychology at Princeton, and was awarded the Nobel Prize in economics in 2002 for his studies on decision-making under uncertainty.
Mark Miringhoff - This individual is a professor of social sciences at Fordham University and believed the nation should have a social report card.
William Bennett - This individual is a conservative author and commentator who proposes an...
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