by Don Boudreaux on September 22, 2010
in Complexity & Emergence, Cooperation, Foreign Aid, History, Law, Trade
Aid Watch’s Bill Easterly champions trade as the best method of aid.
My colleague Dan Klein discusses the statist bias in academia.
Here’s my follow-up contribution to the current issue of Cato Unbound.
My colleague – and GMU Econ chairman – Dan Houser is co-author of this very nice experimental-economics paper entitled “Fairness and Cheating.”
Mark Perry, over at Carpe Diem, on the anti-growth consequences of taxes.
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