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Posted By Don Boudreaux On July 25, 2012 @ 1:49 pm In Civil Society,Complexity & Emergence,Crony Capitalism,Great Depression,Hayek,Innovation,Work | Comments Disabled

Here’s Bryan Caplan at his brilliant best [1].

I’ve never been a proponent of tort reform (beyond the adoption of a rule of loser-pays [2]).  But the facts reported in this post by Steve Landsburg [3] 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 [4], 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 [5].

Nick Schulz interviews UC-Berkeley economist Enrico Moretti [6].

Cato’s Tad DeHaven offers his case against U.S. corporate welfare [7].

GMU Econ alum Adam Gurri tells stories of progress and stagnation [8].

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[1] Here’s Bryan Caplan at his brilliant best: http://econlog.econlib.org/archives/2012/07/poverty_and_beh.html

[2] a rule of loser-pays: http://www.economist.com/node/21541423

[3] this post by Steve Landsburg: http://www.thebigquestions.com/2012/07/25/faces-of-evil/

[4] Here’s the first installment in a series that I’m doing: http://triblive.com/opinion/2229743-74/success-economics-market-business-obama-president-society-boudreaux-confusion-donald

[5] this superb 2009 essay by Jim Powell on the Tennessee Valley Authority: http://www.cato.org/publications/commentary/how-big-government-infrastructure-projects-go-wrong

[6] Nick Schulz interviews UC-Berkeley economist Enrico Moretti: http://american.com/archive/2012/july/mobility-matters-understanding-the-new-geography-of-jobs

[7] Cato’s Tad DeHaven offers his case against U.S. corporate welfare: http://www.cato.org/publications/policy-analysis/corporate-welfare-federal-budget

[8] GMU Econ alum Adam Gurri tells stories of progress and stagnation: http://adamgurri.com/?p=434

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