Prof. Jonathan Haidt's comments at an American Enterprise Institute panel are highlighted
— March 6, 2014
Excerpt from The Wall Street Journal -- "Jonathan Haidt, a professor at New York University's Stern School of Business, suggested at one of the AEI panels that critiques of capitalism thrive because 'we judge people based on their intentions. And when people do something for us without intending to help us, we don't tend to give them much credit.' In other words, the 'invisible hand' of the markets gets no respect."