Some Links

by Don Boudreaux on April 29, 2014

in Environment, Health, Inequality, Reality Is Not Optional, Taxes

My GMU colleagues Tyler Cowen and Veronique de Rugy, writing for the New York Times, reflect on the different reception that Thomas Piketty’s Capital in the Twenty-First Century received in France as compared to the (rapturous) reception that it is receiving in the U.S.

Bob Higgs is always worth reading.  Always.

The latest version of my buddy Wayne Crews’s – of the Competitive Enterprise Institute – annual snapshot of the regulatory state is newly released.  (Wayne earned his M.A. in economics many years ago from GMU.)

Here’s an instance that challenges those who believe that democratic government is by nature humane and reasonable.

John Graham writes on the continuing calamity that is Obamacare.

Todd Myers of the Washington Policy Center reflects on environmentalists and the prosperity of the middle-class.  A slice:

Even if the claim that the middle class is losing ground is correct, however, left-wing environmentalists would think this is a good thing. The calculator tweeted by the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency indicates that the average American household would require five planets worth of resources. They seem to think the middle class is five times too rich.


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