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Cato’s Dan Ikenson explains some of the craziness of “antidumping duties. [2]

In my most recent column in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review [3], I ponder what I might say were some college foolish enough to ask me to speak at its undergraduate commencement.

The Institute for Justice identifies one source of slow job growth [4].

Arnold Kling’s idea of PSST – Patterns of Sustainable Specialization and Trade – deserves much more attention [5].  It makes worlds of sense.

Regime uncertainty [6].  (HT Mark Perry)

I just discovered – to my delight – that this paper by my GMU Econ colleague Dan Klein and UC-Santa Barbara history prof John Majewski on turnpikes and tollroads in 19th-century America is available on-line. [7]