Another lesson of that article: When a professor at George Mason University says something that just happens to line up with the talking points of the US pro-business right, at least consider the possibility that it might not be perfectly correct in every particular. As Robin himself might put it (but probably wouldn’t), “Overcoming Bias” is not about overcoming bias.
(Note: I don’t think there’s anything wrong with being pro-business. I do think there’s something desperately wrong with the US political right at the moment. Regardless, all of the above would go through just the same for other institutions with different leanings—though what I called the “US pro-business right” has a particularly strong track record of funding prestigious-looking institutions to promote viewpoints that it finds useful.)