The Economic Consequences of John Maynard Keynes
Samuel Gregg, Law and Liberty
The book which propelled John Maynard Keynes to fame 100 years ago continues, for better or worse, to shape our world today.
How Rent Control Harms Those It Hopes to Help
Hal Snarr, Mises Institute
Though rent control is sold as a policy that is intended to help the poor, it induced homelessness among the poor and lower middle classes.
Capitalism, Socialism, and Corporatism
Jonah Goldberg, National Review
We seem to have the same problem with economic philosophy that we do with political parties.
Why Markets Are the Answer to Concerns about “Overpopulation”
Nikhil Sridhar, FEE
As the world’s population grows, markets respond to increased demand for necessities, by changing prices and incentivizing producers.