by Don Boudreaux on July 19, 2012
in Crony Capitalism, Cuba, Economics, Growth, Health, Taxes, Trade
Roger Bate explains some of the connections between a country’s level of economic development and its citizens’ health.
Steve Chapman weighs in wisely on off-shoring. As does Bart Hinkle.
Washington Post columnist Robert Samuelson reports some encouraging news about income mobility in the United States.
Mark Perry (through Roger Pielke) shares a spot-on cartoon on cronyism.
Mark also pokes appropriate fun at Sen. Chuck Schumer and others now hawking imbecilities about the country in which uniforms for 2012 U.S. Olympic athletes were stitched together.
Larry Reed (from 2000) argues against taxing e-commerce.
Art Carden offers some economics memes.
Jim DeLong ponders the consequences of a ‘living constitution.‘
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