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Posted By Don Boudreaux On January 28, 2013 @ 6:00 pm In Civil Society,Economics,Immigration,Monetary Policy,Seen and Unseen,Standard of Living,State of Macro,The Future | Comments Disabled

Here’s the great Bob Higgs on money, monetary theory, and Austrian theory versus theories that rest on overly large – and, hence, highly misleading – aggregates [1].

In this post [2], Bob Higgs asks the sensible question:

What is the difference between a government and a criminal gang or protection racket such as the mafia?

Chris Mayer channels Julian Simon [3].  (HT Walter Grinder)  Here’s Mayer’s conclusion:

So here is my prediction: I believe we are on the cusp of even greater levels of innovation and development — another industrial revolution is in progress right now. So ignore the gloom and doom on natural resources. Contra [Jeremy] Grantham, the days of abundant resources and falling prices are far from over.

How’s this for a Valentine’s Day treat?  Steve Landsburg is speaking on February 14th in Baltimore – at the University of Maryland’s Baltimore campus – on More Sex is Safer Sex: The Unconventional Wisdom of Economics. [4]

My former GMU student Alex Nowrasteh reviews, over at Cato@Liberty, the good and the ugly of the current immigration reform now being proposed on Capitol Hill [5].

Over at The Economist, Jagdish Bhagwati debates Harry Moser on the question Do multinational corporations have a duty to maintain a strong presence in their home countries? [6]

Here’s Marty Mazorra, from a few months ago, on the myth of middle-class stagnation [7].

One of the greatest and finest men I’ve ever known is the late Manuel Ayau [8].  I do not exaggerate.

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[1] Here’s the great Bob Higgs on money, monetary theory, and Austrian theory versus theories that rest on overly large – and, hence, highly misleading – aggregates: http://blog.independent.org/2013/01/19/monetary-policy-and-heightened-price-volatility-in-raw-materials-markets/

[2] this post: http://blog.independent.org/2013/01/17/legitimacy/

[3] Chris Mayer channels Julian Simon: http://dailyreckoning.com/my-prediction-for-2013-and-beyond/

[4] How’s this for a Valentine’s Day treat?  Steve Landsburg is speaking on February 14th in Baltimore – at the University of Maryland’s Baltimore campus – on More Sex is Safer Sex: The Unconventional Wisdom of Economics.: http://www.umbc.edu/socsforum/

[5] My former GMU student Alex Nowrasteh reviews, over at Cato@Liberty, the good and the ugly of the current immigration reform now being proposed on Capitol Hill: http://www.cato.org/blog/good-bad-immigration-reform-blueprint

[6] Over at The Economist, Jagdish Bhagwati debates Harry Moser on the question Do multinational corporations have a duty to maintain a strong presence in their home countries?: http://www.economist.com/debate/debates/overview/245?fsrc=nlw%7Cnewe%7C1-28-2013%7C4784736%7C37331333%7C

[7] Here’s Marty Mazorra, from a few months ago, on the myth of middle-class stagnation: http://www.betweenthelines.us/eye-opening/

[8] One of the greatest and finest men I’ve ever known is the late Manuel Ayau: http://www.fee.org/the_freeman/detail/reflections-on-my-grandfather-muso-an-interview-with-pedro-ayau#axzz2JHDZHmMV

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