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George Reisman

Tags Capital and Interest TheoryMonetary TheoryPricesPrivate Property

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George Reisman, Ph.D., is Pepperdine University Professor Emeritus of Economics and the author of Capitalism: A Treatise on Economics (Ottawa, Illinois: Jameson Books, 1996; Kindle Edition, 2012). See his Amazon.com author's page for additional titles by him. His website is Capitalism.net and his blog is GeorgeReismansBlog.blogspot.com

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The Minimum Wage Forces Low-Skill Workers to Compete with Higher-Skill Workers

Free MarketsU.S. EconomyInterventionism

01/04/2014Mises Daily Articles
A low wage constitutes a competitive advantage for less-skilled workers that serves to protect them from competition from more-skilled workers. In other words, a wage of $7.25 per hour for fast-food workers serves to protect those workers from competition from workers able to earn $8 to $15 per...
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A Deadlier Disaster for the Third World: Unemployment

Global EconomyInterventionismOther Schools of Thought

05/23/2013Mises Daily Articles
While we may denounce the owner for criminal negligence, it is absurd to denounce him for seeking profit.
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“Tax Expenditures”: Not Taxing Is Allegedly Spending

Free MarketsFiscal TheoryInterventionism

04/01/2013Mises Daily Articles
In effect, the government’s not taking is alleged to be giving. Its not taxing is alleged to be spending.
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Labor Unions, Thugs, And Storm Troopers

InterventionismOther Schools of Thought

01/04/2013Mises Daily Articles
Labor unions operate in <em>diametric opposition</em> to the interests of wage earners in general.
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Post-Sandy: A Man-Made Disaster

Free MarketsInterventionism

11/14/2012Mises Daily Articles
In a society in which economic law was widely understood, those who sought to prevent price gouging would be regarded as public enemies.
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