Some Links

by Don Boudreaux on February 23, 2012

in Current Affairs, Economics, Immigration, Other People's Money, Politics, Regulation, Seen and Unseen, Subsidies

Bryan Caplan justifiably applauds Dan Griswold’s recent article on immigration.

My most recent column in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review is an ode to the middleman.

I’ll be watching Cato’s David Boaz (along with other guests) on tonight’s Stossel.

Shikha Dalmia has a more sober – i.e., more realistic – take on the alleged ‘success’ of the recent U.S. government bailout of General Motors.

Steve Landsburg corrects some of Thomas Nagel’s misunderstandings of economics.

My former GMU colleague (now at George Washington Univ.) Susan Dudley is quoted in this recent essay in The Economist on how regulatory-measurement rules are (surprise!) being manipulated for political purposes.

Michael Greve (with help from CEI’s Fred Smith) asks if there’s a constituency for freedom.

I’m with Mark Perry, but let’s go the full way and end the prohibition on voluntary market sales of transplantable human body organs such as kidneys.


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