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Lecture at Land Economy in Cambridge

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While I was in Nice this last week I managed to take in the Nice Carnival, a way of attracting tourists to the place in the low season of February.  It was visually enthralling, especially the ‘Flower Parade.’  However this was actually a time out from my work.  What I was really doing was preparing my lecture for Wednesday March 6th to the Department of Land Economy at Cambridge University.  I am covering the way in which the opposition of interest groups, who might otherwise thwart public policy initiatives, can be handled in such a way that they are brought on side, or their opposition is at least muted.  Fundamentally this is what the Adam Smith Institute has made its trademark approach.  I will probably post the written version of the lecture as a think piece on the ASI website, and put a link here for anyone who wants to look at the full text.

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