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Laissez-faire - Cookie makers are free from government restrictions and nom-production is driven by market forces, AKA "Hands off my noms!" 
- by Gabbi Henn, Johns Hopkins University
Lunch Tax - when your personality is so bad that it is emotionally taxing to sit down and have lunch with you, thus you impose a lunch tax on others

Help us expand our vocabulary! If you have a good defi-nom-tion of an econ word, please email or reply to this post below. Include your word and definition and also your name and/or institution or webiste that you would like credited.

A made-up example submission:
Trust – if you believe someone who promises you noms will deliver on their promise
by John Hsu, University of Maryland

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