Some Links

by Don Boudreaux on December 29, 2017

in Economics, Myths and Fallacies, Regulation, Seen and Unseen, Taxes, Virginia Political Economy, Work

My colleague Bryan Caplan nicely exposes problems with a familiar piece of “Progressive” and populist rhetoric.

John Cochrane is rightly grumpy about politicking economists.

Mark Perry is intrepid at revealing the flawed analyses of those who endorse minimum wages as a means of improving the lives of low-skilled workers.  Also on minimum wages is Matthew Lau.

Shikha Dalmia argues that #MeToo is turning into a witch-hunt.

My colleague Veronique de Rugy is understandably displeased with Elizabeth Warren’s flawed response to the breach of Equifax’s data.

John Long defends my late colleague James Buchanan against the absurd accusations leveled against him by Nancy MacLean.

Sheldon Richman debunks fallacies that fuel the ‘make-work’ bias.

Neera Badhwar debunks fallacies that fuel hostility to commerce.

Steven Greenhut debunks fallacies about taxation.


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