MAY 13, 2013 by LANCE LAMBERTON
The current welfare state is unsustainable, but also unnecessary. After the Welfare State examines the history of voluntary aid societies, which flourished until the current array of entitlement programs wiped them out.
MAY 06, 2013 by DOUGLAS FRENCH
Though banks are raking in record profits, the banking business as a whole remains highly leveraged and highly risky, according to The Bankers' New Clothes.
MARCH 21, 2013 by DWIGHT R. LEE
Michael Sandel's arguments that markets crowd out "nonmarket values worth caring about" is appealing and easy to understand, but often fails to account fully for the roles prices play or the constraints on our abilities to form deep, intimate bonds with millions of people at once.
MARCH 06, 2013 by ROBERT BATEMARCO
Lewis Lehrman explains the benefits of a return to the gold standard, then lays out a clear plan for how to get there from here.
FEBRUARY 14, 2013 by VICTOR STEPIEN
Victor Stepien reviews Eamonn Butler's Public Choice--A Primer.
FEBRUARY 06, 2013 by MARK CALABRIA
Reforming U.S. Financial Markets, by Randall Kroszner and Robert Shiller, intends to offer views of the housing crisis from differing "ends of the spectrum." Instead it illustrates the narrowness of that spectrum and how little attention mainstream analysis pays to the role of government interventions in distorting markets and setting up crises in the first place.
JANUARY 09, 2013 by MATT ZWOLINSKI
Matt Zwolinski reviews Markets Not Capitalism, edited by Gary Chartier and Charles W. Johnson
DECEMBER 17, 2012 by BRUCE YANDLE
A review of Allan Meltzer's Why Capitalism? by Bruce Yandle.
DECEMBER 10, 2012 by WENDY MCELROY
A review of John Blundell's Ladies for Liberty.