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Shall We Vote on Values, But Bet on Beliefs?

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  • I thank the Center for Study of Public Choice and the Mercatus Center for financial support. For comments, I thank Michael Abramowicz, Kathryn Aegis, Tom Bell, Peter Boettke, Nick Bostrom, Tom Breton, Damein Broderick, James Buchanan, Bryan Caplan, Ed Clarke, Joseph Coffey, Roger Congleton, Tyler Cowen, Eric Crampton, Wei Dai, Hal Finney, David Friedman, William Fischel, Andrew Gelman, Amihai Glazer, Katja Grace, Tim Groseclose, Karl Hallowell, Thomas Hanson, Paul Hewitt, Bernardo Huberman, Craig Hubley, Peggy Jackson, Ron Johnson, Michael Kremer, Ken Koford, Hassan Masum, Peter McCluskey, Jim McKinney, Steve McMullen, Joshua Miller, Mencius Moldbug, Eli Lehrer, Florenz Plassmann, John Salvatier, Edward Stringham, Nick Szabo, Alexander Tabarrok, Earl Thompson, Nicolaus Tideman, Norm Tucker, Hal Varian, Karen Vaughn, Gary Wagner, Eliezer Yudkowsky, Richard Zeckhauser.

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