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by Don Boudreaux on March 15, 2012
in Cleaned by Capitalism, Crony Capitalism, Economics, Monetary Policy, Other People's Money, Science, Seen and Unseen, Subsidies, The Economy, Trade, Work
I join Bryan Caplan in applauding Karl Smith’s call for us economists to take more seriously what people say when they talk.
Cato’s Sallie James continues her just crusade against the corporate-welfare ogre that is the Ex-Im Bank - and here’s her new paper on this topic.
And George Will exposes another species of unjustified and harmful welfare for self-righteous and bloated organizations.
Bob Higgs is always worth reading. As in here, and here.
Steve Horwitz’s enlightening parable.
In my latest column in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, I sing the health and cleanliness benefits of petroleum. Seriously.
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