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Thibault Schrepel

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"Perfect Competition" and Antitrust

Antitrust law is still heavily reliant on notions of perfect competition and other static models of how markets...

Jing Jin

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Jing Jin is Associate Dean at the China Economics and Management Academy in Beijing.

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Rothbard and Market Economics in China

In this interview, Jing Jin, Associate Dean at the China Economics and Management Academy in Beijing, discusses how...

Matt Palumbo

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Matt Palumbo is the author of The Conscience of a Young Conservative and In Defense of Classical Liberalism.

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The Broken Window Fallacy and "Blessings" of Destruction in the Real World

It's been a light season for hurricanes and tropical storms in North America, and contrary to what many economics "...

Frédéric Bastiat’s Economic Sophisms Is Now More Important Than Ever

Frédéric Bastiat would have turned 214 today. Although primarily remembered for The Law , Bastiat's book...

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Simon Wilson

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Simon Wilson is a qualified wealth manager with a degree in economics and philosophy from the University of York in the United Kingdom. He currently resides in Peru where he...

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Government Debt Is Not Like Private Debt

Opponents of austerity have come out to denounce the idea that it’s bad for governments to borrow. They note that...

The World Bank Threatens Free Markets in Peru

Thanks to enterprising Peruvians who ignore the regulatory state, Peru continues to see growth in the standards of...

Matthew Doarnberger

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Matt Doarnberger operates the website libertariansportsfan.com/wp. He is a graduate of Salisbury University and currently lives in Harrisburg, NC. Like his page on facebook.com/libertariansportsfan or follow him on Twitter at...

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Give Us More Tax Revenue, Or Else

Whenever government wants to raise taxes, it immediately threatens to cut the most popular government programs first...

College Athletes Embrace the Division of Labor

Eager to focus on what they're best at, college athletes often gravitate toward the easiest majors and classes. But...

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Paul-Martin Foss

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Paul-Martin Foss is the founder, President, and Executive Director of the Carl Menger Center for the Study of Money and Banking, a think tank dedicated to educating the...

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Paul-Martin Foss: The Bizarre World of Negative Interest Rates

Paul-Martin Foss explains how Mises and Rothbard understood the function of interest rates, as opposed to how...

Price Controls May Be On the Way

Central banks are in the business of price controls through monetary policy. But, when monetary policy fails, as it...

Edin Mujagic

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Edin Mujagic has a Master’s degree in macro and monetary economics from Tilburg University (The Netherlands) and is an independent macro-economist and author of Money Murder: How the Central Banks...

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Will the Fed Let Innovation Work Its Magic?

In recent decades, the tech sector has brought us newer and better goods and ever-dropping prices. In an unhampered...

Will the Fed Let Innovation Work Its Magic?

In recent decades, the tech sector has brought us newer and better goods and ever-dropping prices. In an unhampered...

Adam Vass Gal

Adam Vass Gal

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Adam Vass Gal works in financial services. He has also taught economics at Belmont University since 2003. Adam holds a BBA in economics and MS in finance, both from Mississippi...

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Poverty, Child Rearing, and Government Incentives

When writing on poverty issues, many commentators emphasize the importance of work and wages, but many cultural...

Adam Vass Gal: How the State Destroys the Poor

Jeff Deist and Adam Vass Gal discuss why the State is a villain of the downtrodden.

D. Brady Nelson

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D. Brady Nelson is a regulation expert with the Heartland Institute of Chicago, Illinois.

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Government Regulation: Another Hidden Tax

It's much easier to calculate the direct cost of a tax than the many indirect costs of a government regulation....

Emilio Parodi

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Emilio Parodi studies International Business at the Madrid Campus of Saint Louis University.

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How Italy’s Government Enables the Mafia

For decades, the Italian state has facilitated the Mafia's grip on industry in Italy. The result has been a...

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