Some Links

by Don Boudreaux on October 1, 2012

in Civil Society, Competition, Growth, Health, Inequality, Monetary Policy, Movies, Politics, Seen and Unseen, Taxes, Trade

Help Bryan Caplan conduct an important empirical investigation.

George Will would pose some meaningful questions to Obama and Romney during Wedneday’s “debate.

George Selgin and Larry White pluckily explore some differences separating Austrians (and some non-Austrians) from Market Monetarists.

I had zero desire to see Dinesh D’Souza’s movie “2016.”  After reading Gene Healy’s review of the movie, my desire to see the movie is now less than zero.

Matt Yglesias makes a John-Stuart-Millian point about taxing the returns to capital.

Anthony de Jasay ponders the price of ‘inequality.’

Arnold Kling ponders libertarians and group norms.

John Goodman explains some benefits of health savings accounts (“HSAs”).

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