by Don Boudreaux on October 4, 2010
in Film, Immigration, Intervention, Legal Issues, Markets in Everything, Prices, Seen and Unseen, Stimulus, The Crisis
My fellow Cajun, and GMU colleague over at the law school, J.W. Verret takes on Brad DeLong’s too-quick dismissal of arguments in favor of legalized insider trading.
Bob Higgs explains why the ‘stimulus’ doesn’t stimulate.
In this powerful letter-to-the-editor, my Canadian friend Gerry Nicholls takes a stand against collectivism and for individualism.
Stuart Anderson discusses immigrants’ roles in spurring economic growth.
Mark Perry has more on the myth of America’s manufacturing decline.
Larry Ribstein on James Surowiecki on Hollywood’s treatment of business.
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