Some Links

by Don Boudreaux on March 30, 2017

in Education, FDA, Legal Issues, Myths and Fallacies, Seen and Unseen, Trade

Sarah Skwire challenges Mike Pence to more carefully consider the application of his precautionary habits.

Anders Ingemarson argues that free trade is fair trade.

Over at the Fraser Forum, David Henderson explains why the true and strongest case for free trade is not rooted in the many myths of mercantilism.

David Libertas reports on the calamity suffered by Argentina from its use of Trumponomics.

Philip Hamburger is optimistic that a Justice Gorsuch would help to rein in the administrative state.

Steve Horwitz explores the myths and realities about the gender pay gap.

George Leef takes on Robert Frank on the role of luck.

From 1999, here are Russ Roberts’s sound thoughts on what the world would look like without the FDA.

Writing in Forbes, the great Richard Vedder applauds an entrepreneurial idea to improve college admissions – an idea that belongs to my dear friend Lyle Albaugh.

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