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The Americanization of Japan

Changes in Japanese Business Practices Are Renewing Its Economy
MAY 01, 2007

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Europe: Still a Laggard Economy

Europe's Social-Democratic Outlook Hampers Its Recovery
MARCH 01, 2007

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Japan, Germany, and the End of the Third Way

Free-Market Exchange with Limited Government Is the Only Successful Form of Capitalism
MAY 01, 2006

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Arthur Seldon's Contribution to Freedom

A Celebration of the IEA's Cofounder
APRIL 01, 2006

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New Labour

There Is No Feasible Alternative to Real Capitalism
DECEMBER 01, 2005

As Britain's New Labour governs for an unprecedented third term in the United Kingdom, it is time to look back a little, at least as a way of modestly predicting the future.

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Capitalism: Still on Trial

Market Mechanisms Remain the Best Protection Against Corporate Fraud
MARCH 01, 2005

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The European Constitution: A Requiem?

The Constitution-Makers Are Unlikely to Succeed
OCTOBER 01, 2004

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Estonia Moves to Liberty

The Most Successful of the Transition Economies Is the One Least Talked About
MAY 01, 2004

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Pensions: A Wordwide, But Avoidable Crisis

Nationalized Pensions Are Going Bust
OCTOBER 01, 2003

Almost every country in the economically advanced world is worried about nationalized pensions. American statisticians have some grisly fun predicting on what day of the week and in what year the Social Security system will finally go bust. Or whether Medicare will be broke first. And most young Americans think that there is as much chance of picking up Social Security when they retire as there is of a sighting of Elvis.

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The Loss of a Scholar: Marjorie Grice-Hutchinson

An Expert on Spain's Economic History
SEPTEMBER 01, 2003

On April 12 the free-market tradition lost an important scholar with the death, in Málaga, Spain, of Marjorie Grice-Hutchinson. She was 93.Although English-born she spent much of her life in Spain and made the study of that country's history and intellectual tradition her life's work. Her reconstruction of its liberal past was unparalleled.

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Law and Property: The Best Hope for Liberty?

There Remains Little Protection for Individualism
JULY 01, 2003

There is little left of the conventional protections for individualism in the modern world. Whatever theoretical virtues there may be in democracy (and there aren't many1), in practice it has disintegrated into a struggle among self-regarding interest groups, mediated by government, over wealth that is exclusively created by private individuals.

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What's So Good About Democracy?

It Is Almost Impossible to Design a System That Produces "The People's" Verdict
MAY 01, 2003

It was once said that "democracy is the most promiscuous word in the language; she is everybody's mistress." Indeed, political regimes of widely differing institutional features label themselves democracies, as did totalitarian communist orders. Often, the best guide to a country's democratic credentials was that it didn't call itself democratic: compare West Germany's Federal Republic with the East German Democratic Republic.

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The Theory of the Corporation

Corporate Capitalism Is a Great Achievement
MARCH 01, 2003

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The Right Morality for Capitalism

DECEMBER 01, 2002

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Dworkin's Unbounded Legalism

NOVEMBER 01, 2002

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After That

Capitalism Is the Great Liberator
JUNE 01, 2002

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A New Old American Concept of Political Liberty

True Freedom Is Found in the Competition for Laws and Institutions
MARCH 01, 2002

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Phony Marketeers

The Record of Conservative Free Marketeers after the Fall of Communism Is a Sorry One
SEPTEMBER 01, 2001
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