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Ep 224: The Moral Value of Tipping, with Anthony Gill

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Is tipping a pastime that should be abandoned? Why do waiters and waitresses prefer a tipping economy to a fixed wage economy? Anthony Gill, who has become world renown for his research on gratuities, joins us to discuss why tipping solves a handful of economic problems, and also serves as an indicator of whether a society is living the Golden Rule.


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