Jane S. Shaw


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Book Review

China: Yes, It's Capitalism

The most growth happened where the State had the least power

SEPTEMBER 19, 2013 by JANE S. SHAW

Ronald Coase's final work makes subtle points about institutional development while giving a blow-by-blow account of how, despite the State, China became capitalist.

Book Review

The Real Environmental Crisis: Why Poverty Not Affluence, Is the Environment's Number One Enemy

Poor People in Developing Countries Suffer from the Worst Environmental Problems

JULY 06, 2010 by JANE S. SHAW

Book Review

Global Greens: Inside the International Environmental Establishment

International Treaties Increasingly Shape U.S. Environmental Policy

AUGUST 01, 1999 by JANE S. SHAW

Article

An Environment Without Property Rights

Private Property Rights Will Help Undo the Eastern Bloc's Environmental Degradation

FEBRUARY 01, 1997 by RICHARD L. STROUP, JANE S. SHAW

Article

Perspective: Understanding Property Rights

Private Property Rights Are Key to a Prosperous Society

FEBRUARY 01, 1997 by JANE S. SHAW

Article

Environmental Protection: The New Socialism?

We Don't Need the Government to Protect the Environment

MAY 01, 1996 by JANE S. SHAW

Book Review

Knowledge and Decisions

A Tour Through the Vast Emptiness of Ignorance

MAY 01, 1996 by JANE S. SHAW
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