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March 2, 2021
Post-Covid Policy Advice from Ludwig von Mises for Developing Countries
The policy paradigm that he lays out there is as applicable and relevant to lesser developed economies today as when he wrote this monograph in the mid-1940s
Government & Politics
February 24, 2021
Covid-19 Relief Bills to Cost $41,036 Per U.S. Household
The federal government has passed five laws to address the Covid-19 pandemic and the consequences of government-mandated lockdowns
Education
February 23, 2021
Equity = Inequality, Discrimination and Mediocrity
The fixation on equity is a loser for all concerned
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Government & Politics
February 8, 2021
The Uyghurs as Victims of Chinese National Socialism
The news has been filled with additional information on the oppression and persecution of the Uyghur ethnic minority in the western region of China known as Xinjiang
Economy
February 2, 2021
Who Does A Minimum Wage Hike Really Help — The Poor, Or Those Who Push It Out Of Self-Interest?
Employers who already pay more than the increased federal minimum wage also gain from increasing the labor costs of rival employers in their region.
Economy
February 1, 2021
GameStop: All the Bigs Will Do Anything to Stay Big - and Screw We the Littles
We all saw what happened last week with the GameStop short squeeze incident

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Economy
March 2, 2021
By Richard Ebeling
The policy paradigm that he lays out there is as applicable and relevant to lesser developed economies today as when he wrote this monograph in the mid-1940s
February 24, 2021
By James Agresti
The federal government has passed five laws to address the Covid-19 pandemic and the consequences of government-mandated lockdowns
February 23, 2021
By Larry Sand
The fixation on equity is a loser for all concerned
February 8, 2021
By Richard Ebeling
The news has been filled with additional information on the oppression and persecution of the Uyghur ethnic minority in the western region of China known as Xinjiang
February 2, 2021
By Gary M. Galles
Employers who already pay more than the increased federal minimum wage also gain from increasing the labor costs of rival employers in their region.
February 1, 2021
By Seton Motley
We all saw what happened last week with the GameStop short squeeze incident
January 26, 2021
By Richard Ebeling
Joe Biden has come out of the starting gate with a slew of executive orders and planned legislation for the Democrat-controlled Congress to pass
January 7, 2021
By Richard Ebeling
At a time when a wide variety of misguided and wrong-headed economic ideas are swirling around the arenas of public policy, it is worth taking note of 2021 being the 150th anniversary of the founding of the Austrian School of Economics
December 11, 2020
By Samantha Fillmore
This year has been wrought with financial turmoil for nearly all Americans
December 2, 2020
By Joseph Bast
Dr. Walter Williams, a distinguished economist and long-time friend and advisor to The Heartland Institute, died December 2. He was 83.