Jonathan Anomaly
Lecturer, Research Assistant Professor
Political Science, Philosophy
Duke University, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

I work mostly on issues at the intersection of ethics and economics, including how we should respond to the under-consumption of vaccines and the over-consumption of antibiotics, and whether the market for biomedical enhancements should be regulated in any way. More generally, my research focuses on collective action problems. I recently co-edited the first major anthology in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (Oxford University Press, 2015).

I am a core faculty member in the Philosophy, Politics, & Economics program at Duke and UNC, and the faculty sponsor of the Duke PPE club.  The Duke/UNC PPE program co-convenes its classes, and jointly sponsors conferences and speaking events throughout the year.  We also co-sponsor the Hayek Lecture Series at Duke.

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What are Public Goods?

In this video, Professor Jonathan Anomaly (Duke and UNC – Chapel Hill) discusses public goods, which are goods that are jointly consumed, so that they are available to everyone if they are available to anyone. Public goods often lead to unexploited gains from trade, and are frequently invoked t

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Collective Action Problems
PHILOSOPHY - Rational Choice Theory: Collective Action Problems [HD]
Tragedy of the Commons
PHILOSOPHY - Rational Choice: Tragedy of the Commons [HD]
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