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Jason Morgan

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Jason Morgan is a 2016 Mises Institute Fellow

Research areas: law and society movement in late-19th and early-to-mid-20th century Japan, with concentration on Suehro Izutaro, the father of Japanese labor law who worked to reform the court system in order to bring about a more equitable system of justice; the use of Austrian economics to provide substantive answers to questions about natural law in history; to show that libertarian ideas can work in any cultural context.

Current affiliation: University of Wisconsin, Madison

Future plans: to become a professor of history at the university level.

Previous Mises Institute events:

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Review of Private Governance: Creating Order in Economic and Social Life by Edward P. Stringham

Free MarketsPolitical Theory

01/12/2017Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
Stringham tours the theoretical underpinnings of private governance and the extraordinarily sophisticated systems for self-regulation.

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How to Make Higher Education Affordable

EducationPolitical Theory

Blog11/06/2016

Ending the taxpayer-funded gravy train for colleges will force them to cater to students instead of to the special interests that now control them.

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Brexit Shows Why Central Planning Won't Work

Global EconomyInterventionismPhilosophy and Methodology

Blog07/07/2016

Central planning relies on successfully predicting the future. Unfortunately for central planners, this is an impossible task.

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