by Don Boudreaux on November 28, 2011
in Country Problems, Housing, Myths and Fallacies, Other People's Money, Prices, Science, Seen and Unseen, The Crisis, Video, Work
My colleague Dan Klein is interviewed here on his recent studies on the role of ideology and confirmation bias. Great stuff!
Here’s Arnold Kling on price adjustments and alternative hypotheses.
Daniel Hannan tries his skillful hand at dispelling ten myths held dear by OWSers. (HT Mark Perry)
Peter Wallison, correctly in my view, refuses to let Fannie and Freddie get away with accepting only modest blame for the financial crisis.
This rather long read by UCLA economist Lee Ohanian on public-sector unionism is well worth your time.
Bob Higgs discusses one of the welfare-state’s more unseemly consequences.
Silvia Morandotti, in this video, offers five lessons from Europe for America. Pay close attention.
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