by Don Boudreaux on August 27, 2013
in Crony Capitalism, Education, Energy, Gambling with Other's $, Immigration, Seen and Unseen, Trade
My former GMU Econ colleague – and now Professor of Economics at Chapman University – Vernon Smith reflects upon education and learning.
Alvaro Vargas Llosa offers some wise thoughts on immigration policy.
Simon Lester and K. William Watson offer some wise thoughts about free trade and the environment.
Rich Vedder explains why Pres. Obama’s scheme for making college more affordable will make college less affordable.
Speaking of Rich Vedder, here’s an article in the Wall Street Journal about him and his work on the economics of education. (HT W.E. Heasley)
Cato’s Sallie James again explains the absurdity of Export-Import Bank cronyism.
My GMU Econ colleague and dear friend Walter Williams has no patience for politically correct presumptions and indoctrinations.
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