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The Fairness of "Unequal" Exchange

8 hours agoMises Daily Articles
When an elected official or government bureaucrat interferes with a valid, non-coerced exchange, they may appear to be helping one individual when they are actually harming a foundation of modern society; free exchange of goods and services.
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Why the State Can't Claim It Gets Our "Implied Consent"

Blog11 hours ago

The given explanations for "implied consent" to government rule would never pass muster if applied to any private-sector organization.

Bernie Sanders is a Bad Economist: Housing Market Edition

Blog10/16/2019

Bernie Sanders's proposed "House Fixing tax" would not only hurt flippers and their homebuying customers but also some landlords and tenants as well.

New Nobel Winners Are Latest Bad Sign for Economic Theory

Blog10/16/2019

The economist’s task is not to demonstrate (empirically) that x is associated with y, but to provide a causal explanation of how x affects y.

Not All Indian Reservations Are Alike

10/16/2019Power & Market

The geographical isolation of a reservation, and the tribal commitment to investment in a casino, energy extraction, and other enterprises can have a sizable impact on the incomes of reservation residents.

What We Can Learn from Indian Tribes on Immigration

Blog10/15/2019

If we grant that Indian tribes ought to be able to restrict membership (i.e., naturalization) for their own groups, on what principle can this be denied to other groups?

Politics Drops Its Pretenses

Blog10/15/2019

We need an anti-politics movement just as surely as we need an antiwar movement. 

The Difference Between Ecology and Economics

Blog10/15/2019

Environmentalists rightly point out it is very difficult to manage a complex ecosystem. But they conveniently ignore the fact it's even more difficult to manage an economic system — especially one thrown into disarray by environmental regulations.

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