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The Intersection of Genetics and Economics


October 10, 2012 | A paper slated to appear in the American Economic Review claims that a country's genetic diversity can predict the success of its economy. Critics worry that the paper is making claims that the inverse is also true: a country's economic failure results from its citizens' genetic make-up. The debate holds cautionary lessons for a nascent field that blends genetics with economics, sometimes called genoeconomics. Nature News
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