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Salmaan A. Khan

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Salmaan A. Khan is a graduate of Benedictine University with a B.A. in Economics. He currently works for a telecom company and is pursuing a graduate degree in supply chain management.

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Middle Eastern Barriers to an Agile Marketplace

Global Economy

03/25/2015Mises Daily Articles
The Middle East once enjoyed unprecedented economic prosperity, but thanks to centuries of bureaucratic centralization and institutional barriers to free-market growth, the modern Middle East has long since fallen behind the West.
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Pakistan and the Problem of Military Aid

War and Foreign Policy

11/13/2014Audio/Video
Awash in foreign aid from the United States for decades, Pakistan now finds itself having to look to the very countries that once used Pakistan as a model, to find a way out of its military-industrial malaise, writes Salmaan A. Khan. This audio Mises Daily is narrated by Dianna Keiler.
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Pakistan and the Problem of Military Aid

War and Foreign Policy

11/13/2014Mises Daily Articles
War is the outcome of class conflict inherent in the political relationship — the relationship between ruler and ruled, parasite and producer, tax-consumer and taxpayer. The parasitic class makes war with purpose and deliberation in order to conceal and ratchet up their exploitation of the much...
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Sports Stadiums: Temples to Crony Capitalism

Big GovernmentTaxes and Spending

10/14/2014Audio/Video
Although it's clear that they offer no economic net benefit, American cities are building taxpayer-funded sports stadiums every chance they get. Billionaire team owners and politicians benefit greatly while ordinary taxpayers do less well, writes Salmaan A. Khan. This audio Mises Daily is narrated...
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Sports Stadiums: Temples to Crony Capitalism

Corporate WelfareMedia and Culture

10/03/2014Mises Daily Articles
As one of the most subsidized non-profit organizations in American history, the NFL excels at tackling the American taxpayer.
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