The Great Antidote: Jason Brennan on Incentives and Criminal Justice

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Juliette Sellgren with Jason Brennan

Jason Brennan, professor of business ethics at Georgetown University and author of many, many books, talks to us today about the book he coauthored with Chris Surprenant,  Injustice for All: How Financial Incentives Corrupted and Can Fix the US Criminal Justice System, and the distorting incentives in all areas of the criminal justice system.

And don't miss Christy Lynn's Great Antidote Deep Dive on this episode, where you'll find even more to explore!

Want to explore more?
Incentives, an economics topic guide at Econlib
Clark Neily, The Liberty Producing Institution, at Speaking of Smith
David Friedman, Crime, in the Concise Encyclopedia of Economics
Jennifer Doleac on Crime, an EconTalk podcast