by Don Boudreaux on October 8, 2010
in Competition, Foreign Aid, Growth, Inventive intervention, Property Rights, Stimulus, The Crisis, The Economy, The Future, Work
The Institute for Justice is at it again – trying to keep government from reducing the competitiveness of markets.
Cato’s Jim Dorn, writing in Investor’s Business Daily, describes how wrongheaded government policies are hurting the economy.
John Stossel is a national treasure.
Here’s NYU’s and Aid Watch’s Bill Easterly on Chinese growth and Chinese goons.
Jeff Jacoby explains the lamentable consequences of public-sector unions.
The Coase Theorem at work! (HT Rich Taber)
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