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Joakim Book

Joakim Book is a writer and professional editor. He holds degrees in economics and financial history from the University of Glasgow and University of Oxford, and was a Mises summer fellow in 2017. His main research interests are monetary economics and the history of central banks. 

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They Won't Leave Us Alone: The Invasion of Politics

HayekU.S. Economy

02/03/2023Mises Media
Forget minding your own business. Ours is the age of invasive politics, demanding we take sides no matter how much we would like to be left alone.
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They Won't Leave Us Alone: The Invasion of Politics

HayekPolitics

Blog01/20/2023

Forget minding your own business. Ours is the age of invasive politics, demanding we take sides no matter how much we would like to be left alone.

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The Senator Who Didn’t Know (but Thought She Did)

Big GovernmentMoney and Banks

Blog01/10/2023

Sen. Elizabeth Warren wants to subject cryptocurrency to federal money-laundering laws and other regulations. She fails to understand how that system works.

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Lighting the Gas under European Feet: How Politicians and Journalists Get Energy So Wrong

The Environment

05/20/2022Mises Media
Green energy advocates want us to believe we easily can transition from conventional fuels to renewables. In truth, such a transition not only would devastate world economies, but also is not technologically possible.
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Lighting the Gas under European Feet: How Politicians and Journalists Get Energy So Wrong

Bureaucracy and RegulationThe Environment

Blog05/09/2022

Green energy advocates want us to believe we easily can transition from conventional fuels to renewables. In truth, such a transition not only would devastate world economies, but also is not technologically possible.

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