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- Our Obsession with Survey Data is Ruining EconomicsBy: Jonathan Newman In a recent Bloomberg article, Noah Smith celebrates the increasing trend of empirical work in economics over the years. Purely theoretical papers are on the decline as a share of all published work. More and more economists are utilizing data to estimate the magnitude of various effects or to estimate specific parameters […]
- A Mixed Hero: A Libertarian Reassessment of Elon MuskBy: Konrad Graf Many libertarians seem to love to hate Elon Musk these days. His crime is to live off the public purse. His companies would be bankrupt without green subsidies and cheap government loans and contracts. He seeks out favorable terms from governments and angles to capture subsidies and cheap loans with no reservation […]
- What I Learned from Murray RothbardBy: Thomas E. Woods, Jr. Tom Woods presents the opening lecture of Mises University 2017.
- Should Libertarians Care about the Constitution?By: Brion McClanahan, Allen Mendenhall, Jeff Deist Lysander Spooner called it "The Constitution of no authority." Conservatives fetishize it, but don't follow it. Progressives want it annulled. So, what should libertarians think about America's founding document?Our guests Brion McClanahan and Allen Mendenhall give us the unadulterated history and unpleasant truths about constitutionalism—but also consider its […]
- The Never-Ending Woes of a Government "Enterprise"By: Gregory Bresiger History is something one can try to escape, but sometimes you can’t as millions of train riders find out every day.They can’t escape Penn Station falling apart along with Amtrak, New York City commuter railroads, and the New York City subways. They all have the same problem: Every day they are reminded […]