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The Sci-Fi Fantasy Of Central Planning

The Sci-Fi Fantasy Of Central Planning

The Sci-Fi Fantasy Of Central Planning by David Boaz, Foundation For Economic Education I’ve been watching Childhood’s End on the SyFy channel. I remember the book, a 1953 novel by Arthur C. Clarke, being a big deal when I was […]

Galaxy S7, S7 Edge To Have Different Screen Sizes

Galaxy S7, S7 Edge To Have Different Screen Sizes

Torrents of rumors have been flowing in about Samsung’s upcoming flagship smartphone Galaxy S7. Previously, there were reports that the Korean electronics giant would launch two versions of S7: one with a standard display and another with the dual-edge display, […]

Comparative Advantage: An Idea Whose Time Has Passed

Comparative Advantage: An Idea Whose Time Has Passed

Comparative Advantage: An Idea Whose Time Has Passed by Michael Munger, Foundation For Economic Education Many economists will tell you that the most important principle in economics is comparative advantage — the idea that it is expensive to grow oranges […]

The 10th Man: Fed Rate Hike It And Like It

The 10th Man: Fed Rate Hike It And Like It

The 10th Man: Fed Rate Hike It And Like It by Jared Dillian Lots of folks are throwing roses at Janet Yellen for her rate-hiking performance yesterday. They pulled it off without a hitch. Like the Ocean’s Eleven heist—everything had […]

Howard Marks

Howard Marks: The Risks Today Are Substantial

This new interview with Howard Marks of Oaktree Capital has been published on the website of Finanz und Wirtschaft, Switzerland’s leading business newspaper. Below are excerpts (re-posted with permission) – The full interview between Finanz und Wirtschaft editor Christoph Gisiger and […]