Some Links

by Don Boudreaux on March 6, 2012

in Competition, Education, Law, Nanny State, Other People's Money, Regulation, Seen and Unseen, Subsidies, Trade, Video

Liberty Law blog features a superb discussion of First-amendment issues by Richard Epstein, Paul Salamanca, and Adam White.

Observing India, Barun Mitra explains that

Increasing political competition has opened new opportunities for the voters not only to demand performance, but drive economic changes as their aspirations rise.

Richard Rahn rightly decries policies that discourage foreigners from investing in America.

In the Chronicle of Higher Education, Alex Tabarrok reflects on higher education.

Here’s Ted Balaker’s Nanny of the Month video.

Steve Landsburg offers further thoughts on subsidized contraception.

End corporate welfare!  And there’s no better place to start than by demolishing this monument to mercantilism.

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