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Vedran Vuk

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Vedran Vuk has a bachelor degree of economics from Loyola University of New Orleans, and was a 2006 summer fellow at the Mises Institute. He is currently pursuing a doctorate of economics at George Mason University. He has contributed two chapters to the upcoming first-ever Ron Paul biography, Ron Paul: A Life, coming out in early September 2008. Visit his blog, vedranvuk.blogspot.com. Send him mail.

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Socialist Man in the Big Easy

Big GovernmentInterventionismOther Schools of Thought

09/25/2006Mises Daily Articles
If you give money to those who stay unemployed, you are not teaching them to work. Rather, you are teaching them how to survive without working.
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Professor Stiglitz and the Minimum Wage

Free MarketsInterventionismMonetary Theory

09/04/2006Mises Daily Articles
Once and for all, I'm going to target the main motivation for minimum wage advocates in academia: politics.
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The Welfare State's Attack on the Family

Big GovernmentInterventionismPhilosophy and Methodology

07/12/2006Mises Daily Articles
The idea that people can provide things for themselves either individually or through the family frightens the state. It delegitimizes its role.
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Gambling to Save New Orleans

Big GovernmentThe Environment

05/19/2006Mises Daily Articles
Vedran Vuk says that changing one law can prevent the city's continued decline and fall of New Orleans. The edict that must be removed is the monopoly on gambling held by Harrah's casino.
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