by Don Boudreaux on July 11, 2012
in Reality Is Not Optional, Science, Scientism, Seen and Unseen, State of Macro, Stimulus, Taxes, The Economy, Trade, Work
Bryan Caplan explains the power of logical thinking.
In today’s Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, I discuss motives for saving.
Thomas Sowell – with inspiration from JFK – explains the logic of the Laffer curve.
Bloomberg columnist Caroline Baum explains some benefits of entrepreneurial efforts to lower costs – even when those efforts involve off-shoring work to lower-wage foreign workers.
William Easterly explains why “Contrary to popular wisdom, the market doesn’t reward greed, it punishes it.”
Jeff Jacoby explains how minimum-wage legislation doesn’t benefit low-skilled workers, it punishes them.
Richard Rahn warns of the rise of global tax-collectors.
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