Global Economy

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The Benefits of Free Trade Are Canceled Out by Domestic Interventionism

Free MarketsGlobal EconomyProtectionism and Free Trade

Trade agreements have thus become obsolete tokens of negotiation in larger geopolitical disputes, protectionist tools for managing and interfering with global trade flows. 

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Argentina's Destructive Cycle of Economic Populism

Global EconomyTaxes and Spending

Blog11/19/2019

Anti-market activists in Argentina try to blame the country's economic woes on markets, but the populist movement of Peronism is what has doomed the country to endless cycles of economic and monetary crises.

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China's Growing Real Estate Bubble

Global Economy

Blog11/16/2019

Thanks to huge amounts of fiscal and monetary stimulus, China is in the midst of a very large housing bubble, with predictable results for housing affordability.

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The Case for Free-Market Liberalism in Africa

Global EconomyWorld History

Blog11/13/2019

The African continent is exceedingly rich in natural resources, yet the living standard of Africans is very low. The most plausible explanation for this discrepancy is the lack of a system that protects private property.

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The IMF Wants the World to Embrace Sweden's Ineffective Carbon Tax

The EnvironmentGlobal EconomyTaxes and Spending

Blog11/06/2019

Despite the IMF’s claims to the contrary, the case of Sweden actually shows that a political “solution” to climate change is ineffective.

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Chilean Protesters Claim Inequality Made Them Do It

Global Economy

Blog10/31/2019

It's hard to see how burning subway cars and torching businesses will reduce inequality in Chile. But the protestors there claim their violence is justified by the fact some people are richer than others.

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Global Monetary Failure is Becoming Inevitable

Global EconomyMoney and BanksMoney and Banking

Blog10/25/2019

Politicians, who claim that a week in politics is the long term, fail to see any problem.

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Europe's Spending Binge Is Slowing Its Economy

Global EconomyTaxes and Spending

Blog10/21/2019

The string of spending increases announced daily in Europe disguise an extremely dangerous bet: that the ECB will bail out the eurozone forever.

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