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Ninos P. Malek

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Ninos P. Malek is a Professor of Economics at De Anza College (Cupertino, California) and an Economics Lecturer at San Jose State University. He also taught Economics and Advanced Placement Economics at Valley Christian High School in San Jose, California for fourteen years. He earned his B.A. and M.A. in Economics from San Jose State University and a Ph.D. in Economics from George Mason University. Dr. Malek has been recognized for his teaching excellence at both the high school and college level and he placed second in the Economics Communicators Contest in Las Vegas, Nevada in 2008 sponsored by The Association of Private Enterprise Education. Dr. Malek has led an economics teaching workshop for the Fraser Institute and he was a featured speaker for The Gus A. Stavros Center for Economic Education at Florida State University. Dr. Malek also has also written several opinion pieces for The Foundation for Economic Education.

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Child Safety and State Failure

Free MarketsInterventionism

12/17/2012Mises Daily Articles
The precious children lost at Sandy Hook were victims, not only of an individual monster, but of a collective monster: the State.

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To Protect and Conserve

The EnvironmentFree MarketsInterventionism

04/02/2012Mises Daily Articles
By allowing their clients to hunt and kill exotic animals on private hunting grounds, Texas ranchers are doing more for animal conservation than anyone else.

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The Right to Work at Hooters?

Free MarketsLegal SystemInterventionismPrivate Property

02/09/2009Mises Daily Articles
In a free society, Mr. Grushevski has every right to be entrepreneurial and to start a restaurant that only hires men who want to serve food in tank tops and shorts.

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Stereotyping Defended

Calculation and KnowledgePhilosophy and MethodologySubjectivism

08/24/2006Mises Daily Articles
Let us remember that we live in a world of scarcity, that economizing on information can be efficient, and that sometimes the reason stereotypes exist is because, well, they're true.

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Where There's Smoke, You Don't Have to Be

04/21/2006Mises Daily Articles
Ninos Malek argues that you do not have to breathe in any second-hand smoke while you are eating, drinking, socializing, or gambling. You can go elsewhere.

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