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Tag Archives: economics
Paleo Retiree writes: “The Law” by Frédéric Bastiat. Alas, I came to this book too late in my poli-sci education. No disrespect meant, let alone any quarrels with its status as a classic of the libertarian tradition, but it didn’t advance any … Continue reading
Paleo Retiree writes: UK-specific but a nice intro to the Monetary Reform point of view on our current financial travails. Related I wrote some postings — here, here and here — about my own attempts to make sense of the … Continue reading
epiminondas writes: Friedrich Hayek received the Nobel Prize for Economics in 1974. His acceptance speech contained the following jewel… “To act on the belief that we possess the knowledge and the power which enable us to shape the processes of society … Continue reading
Paleo Retiree writes Tiresome-Old-Fart-Reflections Alert … Younger people seem convinced that nothing as awful as what we’re currently enduring has ever been seen before. But the mood in the U.S. in the late ’70s (when I was a young adult) … Continue reading
Glynn Marshes writes: On the NPR website, a story on the charity GiveDirectly that’s trying to help poor people in the developing world in an unusual way: by sending them money with no strings attached. Skeptics thought “the poor” would … Continue reading
epiminondas writes: This is a very good talk given by John Tamny, an editor at Forbes Magazine. He discusses many misconceptions about the Great Depression and how the reckless actions of the Federal Reserve endanger our ability to invest scarce … Continue reading
Paleo Retiree writes: Cullen Roche shares some smart musings. And: