Some Links

by Don Boudreaux on January 21, 2012

in Books, Civil Society, History, Immigration, Law, State of Macro, Taxes, The Economy, Video, War, Work

Two must-reads from Bob Higgs: here, and here.

New Hampshire Public Radio interviews Russ along with Jared Bernstein.

I’m chomping at the bit to read John Tomasi’s Free Market Fairness, forthcoming soon from Princeton University Press.

Here are further insights by my former student Alex Nowrasteh on the benefits of immigration.

In this video, historian Burt Folsom discusses his and Anita Folsom’s new book, FDR Goes to War.  (HT Caleb Brown)

Courtesy of Sam Grove, here’s an informative video on soaking America’s rich.

A bit wonky, this one, but my GMU Econ colleague Thomas Stratmann has a new working paper with our colleague over in the law school J.W. Verret on the law and economics of reforming shareholder voting.

David Henderson points us to a paper on the revenue effects of capital-gains taxation.

Bill Anderson weighs in on Paul Krugman’s column in yesterday’s Gray Lady.


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