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HealthInterventionismMonopoly and Competition
A brief history of how various state interventions have raised health care prices and lessened access.
Taxes and SpendingInterventionismMonopoly and Competition
Public servants on average are paid better than their private sector taxpaying counterparts. How exactly are they our "servants"?
Money and BankingMonopoly and CompetitionPolitical Theory
London has recently caved to EU and US pressure to tighten its grip on financial markets. Brexit offers a way out.
Global EconomyInterventionismMonopoly and Competition
With another steel producer set to leave the UK, some are proposing that the UK government run the steel industry itself.
The EntrepreneurEntrepreneurshipInterventionismMonopoly and Competition
We can have a competitive marketplace if government will just get out of the way and stop erecting barriers to creating new businesses and new competitors for established companies.
Taxes and SpendingU.S. EconomyMonopoly and Competition
Cesar Chavez wanted immigration controls to hep him prop up union-labor wages.
Corporate WelfareThe Police StateInterventionismMonopoly and Competition
UPDATE: The fact that marijuana legalization ballot measure (Issue #3) failed in Ohio is not an indication that legalization is not supported by the people. It was...
Monopoly and Competition
Nevada has ruled that online fantasy sports are subject to gambling license laws in the state. The reason for the ruling is painfully clear: to suppress competition with the big casinos in the state.
The EntrepreneurCalculation and KnowledgeMonopoly and Competition
There's no Platonic laboratory where "pure" science happens independent of human ideas, motivations, and institutions.
Corporate WelfareInterventionismMonopoly and Competition
The story of intervention is as old as governments and commerce, and even though the details change, the basic narrative stays the same.