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Second, placing economists in a separate unit where they are managed by other economists frees them to conduct more objective analysis. That’s what Rutgers political scientist Stuart Shapiro found when he interviewed 16 economists and 16 environmental assessors in federal agencies for his 2016 book “Analysis and Public Policy.” It’s harder to be objective when your performance is evaluated by the decision-makers whose proposals you must analyze.

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