Some Links

by Don Boudreaux on October 23, 2013

in Current Affairs, Economics, Health, Politics, Seen and Unseen, Taxes, Weblogs, Work

Richard Rahn on the government ‘shutdown.

In my latest column in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review I plug some of my favorite blogs.

Henry Payne, writing in the Detroit News, discusses what he understandably calls the Unaffordable Care Act.

I love France – especially Provence.  I love to visit France.  France is, as Tom Palmer once described it, a DisneyLand for adults.  But what an awful place to live.  I’m glad that my dear friend and Mercatus Center colleague Veronique de Rugy escaped her native country years ago.

Bryan Caplan asks a challenging question.

I’m delighted (in a rather greedy and seedy way) to learn that Warren Meyer, over at Coyote Blog, confirms the realism of a recent minimum-wage hypothetical of mine.

Tomorrow (Thursday) afternoon, on GMU’s Fairfax campus, long-time Cato Institute president, and now president emeritus, Ed Crane will deliver what will surely be a provocative lecture on economics.  Ed’s talk is sponsored by the Future of Freedom Foundation in cooperation with the GMU Econ Society.

Cato’s Dan Ikenson discusses the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership.


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