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Bob Higgs reflects on comparative advantage.  A slice:

In the real world, of course, the complexity of trade defies comprehension, as countless millions of goods and services are produced, exported, and imported seemingly in defiance of any clear pattern. Yet, an underlying pattern is there, and it remains basically the same one described in its essence by Ricardo two hundred years ago.

Sally Satel wonders why the state makes getting medications so difficult.

Generous welfare states, such as those in the Nordic countries, promote greater gender equality in the workplace, right?  Absolutely dead wrong!, explains Johan Norberg in this short video.

The great Shikha Dalmia offers some advice to Gary Johnson.

Sarah Skwire riffs on Jane Austen.

Jerry Jordan ponders low interest rates and demographics.

Ilya Somin wisely warns against hastily made policies.