Some Links

by Don Boudreaux on July 25, 2012

in Civil Society, Complexity & Emergence, Crony Capitalism, Great Depression, Hayek, Innovation, Work

Here’s Bryan Caplan at his brilliant best.

I’ve never been a proponent of tort reform (beyond the adoption of a rule of loser-pays).  But the facts reported in this post by Steve Landsburg enable me nevertheless to understand why tort reform is supported by so many wise and well-meaning people.

Here’s the first installment in a series that I’m doing, with my column in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, on Pres. Obama’s “You didn’t build that” proclamation.

I just found, and enjoyed reading, this superb 2009 essay by Jim Powell on the Tennessee Valley Authority.

Nick Schulz interviews UC-Berkeley economist Enrico Moretti.

Cato’s Tad DeHaven offers his case against U.S. corporate welfare.

GMU Econ alum Adam Gurri tells stories of progress and stagnation.

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