by Don Boudreaux on November 23, 2016
in Books, Civil Society, Crony Capitalism, Inequality, Regulation, Trade
My Mercatus Center colleague Veronique de Rugy argues that freedom of association should be more fashionable.
Ryan Young offers advice on how to shrink the gusher of midnight regulations.
Here’s an interesting passage from my colleague Tyler Cowen’s forthcoming book, The Complacent Class.
The Cato Institute’s Dan Ikenson is understandably upset – although not surprised – that mercantilists are being appointed to Trump’s trade team.
From earlier this year, here’s George Smith on Ayn Rand on fascism. (HT Fee.org)
Iain Murray and Daniel Cody explain how the sharing economy awakens dormant capital.
A marriage made in hell.
Here are Arnold Kling’s favorite books of 2016.
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