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Jason Morgan

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Jason Morgan is associate professor at Reitaku University in Chiba, Japan, and was a 2016 Mises Institute Fellow. For a list of his books and publications, see his personal site.

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Ribatarianizumu: Amerika wo yurugasu jiyūshijōshugi (Libertarianism: The Ultrafreedomism Shaking Up America, published only in Japanese)

Book ReviewsWorld History

05/21/2020Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
Yasushi’s fine introduction to libertarianism—a phrase which is translated even more provocatively as “ultra-do-whatever-you-want-ism” ( jiyūshijōshugi )—has turned out to be one of this year’s steady sellers in Japan.
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Unprofitable Schooling: Examining Causes of, and Fixes for, America’s Broken Ivory Tower

Book ReviewsEducation

05/21/2020Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
Unprofitable Schooling is the go-to book for anyone who wants to understand, in depth, the debates raging about why, and even whether, the academy is in such a sorry state.
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The Japanese Love of Keynesian Economics Might Finally Be Coming to an End

Free MarketsGlobal EconomyTaxes and Spending

Blog05/20/2020

Decades of Keynesian policy have crippled the Japanese economy. Only a turn toward free markets offer a real way out.

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Japan Has Avoided a COVID-19 Panic. But the Global Recession Will Hit Hard

Taxes and SpendingWorld History

Blog04/04/2020

Whatever happens with the virus, the real story, the real historical change, is probably economic. Abenomics—Japan's ultra-Keynesian experiment—seems to be dead.

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This Austrian Legal Scholar Thought Case Law Was the Key to Limiting State Power

Legal System

Blog02/07/2020

For Eugen Ehrlich, case law—as opposed to legislative law—could be be an effective tool in limiting state power and returning power to nonstate institutions.

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