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Morgan O. Reynolds

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Morgan O. Reynolds (Ph.D., University of Wisconsin, 1971) was chief economist at the U.S. Department of Labor, 2001–2002. He is retired as a professor of economics at Texas A&M University. He is author of Power and Privilege: Labor Unions in America (1984), Economics of Labor (1995), and Making America Poorer (1987), and more than 60 articles in scholarly journals. He is an adjunct scholar of the Mises Institute, and a senior fellow of the National Center for Policy Analysis based in Dallas, Texas.

Review of Econospinning: How to Read Between the Lines When the Media Manipulate the Numbers. By Gene Epstein

Economists are familiar with the cliche' "lies, demand lies, and statistics," which puts statistics at the top of the pyramid of lies...

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The Poverty of Modern Macroeconomic Theory and Power of Austrian Business Cycle Theory

This paper contrasts mainstream analysis of the recent boom/bust episode and its massive interventions with Austrian business cycle theory (ABCT).

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The Impossibility of Socialist Economy, or A Cat Cannot Swim the Atlantic Ocean

Tolerably efficient coordination of human effort is impossible without trade in productive assets (capital markets). There is no demonstrated, superior alternative to Wall Street and the price system.

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W. H. Hutt's Pen Falls Silent (Full Edition of Vol. 9, No. 3)

Volume 9, Number 3 (Spring/Summer 1988) Morgan O. Reynolds discusses W. H. Hutt's life work, his contributions to economics, and the legacy he will leave behind...

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Labor And the Austrian School: An Interview with Morgan Reynolds

Volume 23, Number 2 (Summer 2003) Morgan O. Reynolds is interviewed about his life in academia and his work with the U.S. Government.

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