by Don Boudreaux on December 27, 2011
in Agriculture, Books, Current Affairs, Economics, Growth, Inequality, Politics, Trade
Steve Horwitz and Shikha Dalmia weigh in on Ron Paul’s regrettable affiliation with paleoconservatives.
Steve Landsburg reviews Alex Tabarrok’s Launching the Innovation Renaissance.
And Steve Landsburg also does a fabu job evaluating Yoram Bauman’s conclusion that the study of economics makes people less generous.
I ask a few questions in my column in today’s Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.
Jeff Jacoby rightly praises government gridlock.
My GMU Econ colleague Dick Wagner reflects on the up-coming 50th anniversary of the publication of The Calculus of Consent.
Here’s Ross Kaminsky on class warfare.
Sunlight on trade ‘law’ from Cato’s Dan Ikenson.
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