Some Links

by Don Boudreaux on May 26, 2012

in Economics, Growth, Hubris and humility, Inequality, Legal Issues, Prices, Regulation, Seen and Unseen, Stimulus, Video

The Competitive Enterprise Institute’s Ryan Young (M.A., GMU) weighs in on the never-ending tsunami of bad, man-in-the-street ‘economics.

My former professor Randy Holcombe challenges Paul Krugman’s argument that J.P. Morgan’s recent investment loss is evidence of the need for more government regulation.

I just discovered this April 2011 post by the late and much-missed Larry Ribstein; in it, Larry makes an important Hayekian point.

Grover Cleveland over at Pileus, riffs on Angus (from over at KPC) answering what he would do if he were “supreme leader” of the U.S.

George Will writes about leftists’ commentary on the upcoming U.S. Supreme Court ruling on Obamacare.

University of Chicago law professor Todd Henderson, in this brief appearance on CNBC, makes an important point about stock prices.  (The background is Facebook’s recent IPO.)

Dan “Bulldog” Mitchell argues that “The evidence is very persuasive that big government is associated with weaker economic performance.

John Stossel defends – against Media Matters – his report on economic opportunity in America.

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