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My Mercatus Center colleagues Veronique de Rugy, Nita Ghei, and Michael Wilt argue that that great geyser of cronyism, the U.S. Export-Import Bank, should not be resurrected [2].

The market is a process – a reality that, by encouraging market-improving innovations, reduces the alleged need for government intervention to improve the operation of markets.  Fred Foldvary and Eric Hammer explain in this new paper from the Mercatus Center [3].

I thank my colleague Alex Tabarrok for putting up at Marginal Revolution my recent Everyday Economics video on so-called ‘fair trade’ – and for the accompanying quotation from William MacAskill [4].

At Philly.com today I argue that Uncle Sam should abolish his prohibition on oil exports from the land of the free [5].  (There are other arguments to be made, and elaborations on the arguments that here are made.  But space for an op-ed is small.)

Richard Ebeling argues for the fundamental freedom to move [6].

David Henderson is adding more of his excellent biographies of economists to his indispensable  [7]Concise Encyclopedia of Economics [7].

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