Some Links

by Don Boudreaux on July 10, 2012

in Books, Crime, Crony Capitalism, Economics, Monetary Policy, Other People's Money, Taxes, Video

George Selgin weighs in wisely on monetary policy – in particular on NGDP targeting – here, and here.  And Arnold Kling contributes usefully to the discussion.

LearnLiberty explains, with this video, how cronyism hurts the economy.

David Harsanyi explains that we don’t “pay for” tax cuts; we pay for spending.

Steve Landsburg, containing therein revelations that should warn one against taking too seriously the results of research published in leading economics journals.

Jim DeLong talks about his new book, Ending Big SISwith Reason’s Nick Gillespie.

Think Uncle Sam needs more prisons?

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