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Posted By Don Boudreaux On May 29, 2013 @ 6:57 am In Books,Crony Capitalism,Data,Energy,Great Depression,Immigration,Politics,Seen and Unseen,Standard of Living,Work | Comments Disabled
Bryan Caplan asks a good question – good for considerations of both policy and academic research . And it’s a question that reminds us yet again that contracts – including employment contracts – are made along multiple margins, only some of which are formalized or explicit.
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 Bryan Caplan asks a good question – good for considerations of both policy and academic research: http://econlog.econlib.org/archives/2013/05/monetizing_job.html
 Wisdom – here in the form of sound economics – from Tyler Cowen on immigration: http://marginalrevolution.com/marginalrevolution/2013/05/do-low-wages-for-unskilled-workers-weaken-the-case-for-more-immigration.html
 Rob Bradley celebrates the automobile, driving, and inexpensive (because abundant) carbon-based fuels: http://www.masterresource.org/2013/05/memorial-day-happy-driving/
 Randy Holcombe points us to a distressing instance of the sort of government corruption that is so typical that it goes largely unnoticed: http://blog.independent.org/2013/05/28/crony-capitalism-2/
 My GMU colleague David Bernstein (from over in our law school) reviews what apparently is yet another economically uninformed book about Franklin Roosevelt: http://www.volokh.com/2013/05/24/my-review-fear-itself-by-ira-katznelson/
 Timothy Taylor documents some pretty good evidence in support of one of my pet claims, namely, that America’s middle class is not stagnating economically: http://conversableeconomist.blogspot.com/2013/05/spending-on-americas-pets.html
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