Profiles

Home | Profile | Jason Morgan

Jason Morgan

Tags Austrian Economics OverviewPhilosophy and Methodology

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

All Works

The Great Society: A Lesson in American Central Planning

Book ReviewsSocialismU.S. History

Blog06/09/2020

In the 1960s, politicians and bureaucrats had nearly unbounded faith in the ability to plan a nearly perfect society. Things didn't turn out as they had planned.

Read More

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.
Formats
Read More

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.

Read More

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.

Read More

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.

Read More
Shield icon audience