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Posted By Don Boudreaux On May 25, 2012 @ 11:17 am In Creative destruction,Crony Capitalism,Economics,Financial Markets,Hubris and humility,Man of System,Myths and Fallacies,Other People's Money,Stimulus,Subsidies | Comments Disabled

One of the relatively unheralded but truly great economic communicators of the past half-century was the late Manuel “Muso” Ayau [1] (who in a long life well-lived counted among his countless achievements the founding of the great Universidad Francisco Marroquin [2] in Guatemala City).  What a vital gift to economics and classical liberalism that UFM has newly translated into English and made available these 18 essays by Muso [3].  (HT Giancarlo Ibarguen)

You can – and I encourage you actually to do so – find the new issue of EconJournalWatch here [4].

Here’s the Washington Post‘s Mark Thiessen on the ‘public-equity’ record of a politician [5].  (HT Greg Mankiw)

The Globe and Mail‘s Neil Reynolds asks about Europe: What austerity? [6]

Bob Murphy again challenges Paul Krugman, to good effect [7].  As does Chidem Kurdas over at ThinkMarkets [8].

K. William Watson, over at Cato@Liberty, documents yet another instance of special-interest protectionist regulation masquerading as something high-minded and noble [9].

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[1] the late Manuel “Muso” Ayau: http://cafehayek.com/2010/08/manuel-muso-ayau-1925-2010.html

[2] Universidad Francisco Marroquin: https://www.ufm.edu/index.php/Portal

[3] these 18 essays by Muso: http://muso.ufm.edu/en/index.php/Tópicos_de_actualidad_(English)

[4] new issue of EconJournalWatch here: http://econjwatch.org/

[5] Here’s the Washington Post‘s Mark Thiessen on the ‘public-equity’ record of a politician: http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/forget-bain-obamas-public-equity-record-is-the-real-scandal/2012/05/24/gJQAXnXCnU_story.html?wpisrc=nl_opinions

[6] The Globe and Mail‘s Neil Reynolds asks about Europe: What austerity?: http://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/commentary/neil-reynolds/what-austerity-europes-borrow-and-spend-train-rolls-on/article2440259/

[7] Bob Murphy again challenges Paul Krugman, to good effect: http://consultingbyrpm.com/blog/2012/05/murphy-twin-spin-krugman-kracking.html

[8] Chidem Kurdas over at ThinkMarkets: http://thinkmarkets.wordpress.com/2012/05/23/krugman-on-banks-and-romney/

[9] K. William Watson, over at Cato@Liberty, documents yet another instance of special-interest protectionist regulation masquerading as something high-minded and noble: http://www.cato-at-liberty.org/protectionism-in-a-can-of-tuna/

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