Some Links

by Don Boudreaux on March 2, 2016

in Health, Innovation, Politics, Prices, Regulation, Trade

The Wall Street Journal‘s Mary Anastasia O’Grady explains the importance of remittances.

Steve Horwitz is correct: both Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump are conservatives.  Here’s Steve’s conclusion:

Trump and Sanders can stand on their porches telling us to get off their lawn, but we’re going to do it in an Uber imported from Asia and driven by a nonunionized immigrant, because we classical liberals welcome the change they fear.

The title of this excellent Forbes essay by Cato’s Dan Ikenson is “Why Candidates Prefer Bashing Trade to Kissing Babies.

Here’s my colleague Tyler Cowen on the dangers of unbounded executive power.

Thomas Peter Stossel writes about drug pricing.

Occupational licensing restricts social mobility.  (HT Alex Tabarrok)


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