Some Links

by Don Boudreaux on October 11, 2012

in Books, Economics, Hubris and humility, Immigration, Inequality, Scientism, State of Macro, Stimulus, Uncategorized, Video

Nick Gillespie sat down recently, at Reason’s Washington office, to chat for about six minutes with Russ.  It’s a great conversation.

One of my favorite columnists is Jay Ambrose.  His write-up of Cafe Hayek – and of my book Hypocrites & Half-Wits – proves the soundness of my judgement. ;-)

Steve Landsburg’s most-recent post reminds me – admittedly idiosyncratically – of my favorite television show of all time, Yes, Minister (and Yes, Prime Minister).  Here’s one of my favorite scenes.

More brilliance – and deep humanity – from Bryan Caplan.

My GMU colleague Tom Hazlett again applies his usual UCLA-econ brilliance to questions of property rights and telecommunications.

Here’s a hot-off-the-e-press paper by Cato’s Alan Reynolds; it’s on income inequality.  And here’s the opening sentence in the abstract: (HT David Boaz)

This paper confirms recent studies which find little or no sustained increase in the inequality of disposable income for the U.S. population as a whole over the past 20 years, even though estimates of the top 1 percent’s share of pretax, pretransfer (market) income spiked upward in 1986-88, 1997-2000 and 2003-2007.

Two posts from Greg Mankiw: This first one is on the two different survey methods used in the U.S. to estimate the unemployment rate.  This second speaks for itself.

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