Some Links

by Don Boudreaux on July 29, 2013

in Energy, Growth, Health, State of Macro

My Mercatus Center colleague Veronique de Rugy, writing last week at the New York Times, argues correctly that Americans should applaud growth in China’s economy.

Speaking of China… Glenn Hubbard and Tim Kane explore that country’s economic history.

George Selgin is scratching his head over some comments by Scott Sumner.

Speaking of Scott Sumner… my GMU Econ colleague Pete Boettke notes the importance of serious thinking about public choice.

Butler University economics professor Peter Grossman writes wisely about energy policy.  Specifically, he argues that the “energy security” narrative is bad news.  (HT Rob Bradley)

Speaking of energy markets… my buddies Roger Meiners and Andy Morriss helpfully explore what’s wrong with the global oil market.

Richard Rahn writes that Obamacare will prove to be especially burdensome for blacks.

Speaking of Obamacare… how revealing is this fact?!

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