by Don Boudreaux on August 16, 2012
in Books, Inequality, Regulation, Seen and Unseen, State of Macro
George Selgin reflects refreshingly on books by modern-day academics.
George Leef shares his thoughts about higher-education’s treatment of the subject of inequality.
Bryan Caplan – using Social Security as an example – explains why political campaigns are not sources of the discovery and dissemination of truth and deeper understanding.
One more from Bryan: his celebration of Bastiat.
John Taylor on Paul Krugman.
From 2010: Steve Horwitz on some of the flaws in Keynesianism.
Here’s a link to the newly released 2nd edition of Susan Dudley’s and Jerry Brito’s Regulation: A Primer.
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