J.W. Verret

Assistant Professor of Law, George Mason University

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Assistant Professor of Law at George Mason University and senior scholar at its Mercatus Center

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President Obama says free enterprise should reward hard work, but that "it does offend our values" when executives get huge bonuses, at the same time their companies are getting…

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Profits of Doom: Breaking Wall Street's Addiction to Greed

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