Some Links

by Don Boudreaux on November 20, 2013

in Environment, History, Inequality, Myths and Fallacies, Regulation, State of Macro, Work

My GMU Econ colleague Mark Koyama – an excellent economic historian – adds his thoughts to Bryan Caplan’s discussion of 19th-century work conditions in England.  Note near the end of Mark’s note the connection with one of the themes that Russ frequently sounds here at the Cafe.

Over at Freebanking, George Selgin warns us to beware of the dangerously sharp talons of inflation doves.

What’s happening to income inequality across the globe?  My GMU Econ colleague Robin Hanson has some data.

Here’s Mark Perry on the declining frequency over the past 60 years of strong to violent (F3+) tornadoes in the United States.

Alan Reynolds discusses the 1 percent.  (HT David Henderson)

Here’s John Stossel on government’s war on the little guy.

Honk if you love the mass-produced automobile – says Reason’s Randal O’Toole.  Indeed!  Honk!!

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