Sunday, January 25, 2015


Matt Bogard provides a commentary on a recent episode of EconTalk with Greg Page, former CEO of Cargill.

Don Boudreaux discusses, in an entertaining fashion, the political economy of K-12 education and here gives an example of where policy "nudging" leads.

Jayson Lusk discusses regulatory costs in the context of GMO wheat varieites.

Alex Tabarrok of George Mason University points to an interesting case of risk compensation, also known as the Peltzman Effect after Sam Peltzman, a Chicago School economist.

Pete Boettke of George Mason University gives an interview on the rise of an important free-market school of economic thought: the Austrian School.

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