Tag: Government regulations

The Simple Reason Most Regulations Are Harmful

The Simple Reason Most Regulations Are Harmful

The Simple Reason Most Regulations Are Harmful by Scott Sumner, Foundation For Economic Education Interfering with Voluntary Transactions Has Predictable Consequences One of the most basic ideas in economics is that the vast majority of regulations are harmful. Here’s a […]

Busting Myths About Income Inequality

Busting Myths About Income Inequality

Busting Myths About Income Inequality Inequality is increasing, but… Politicians speak often about income inequality. But that doesn’t mean they are well-informed. Indeed, they propagate four myths about the issue. Most often, those vying for elected office describe income inequality as […]

Government Regulations: Closing The Sausage Factory

Government Regulations: Closing The Sausage Factory

Government Regulations: Closing The Sausage Factory by John Mauldin, Mauldin Economics The New Normal? Regulatory Capture Blame Flows Downhill A Hopeful Note Starving for R&D Quarterly Mindset Fishing for a Candidate “Bureaucracy destroys initiative. There is little that bureaucrats hate […]

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Police States, Ferguson, And Inner-City Economics

Police States and Inner-City Economics by Ryan McMaken, Ludwig von Mises Institute The recent civil disobedience, rioting, and police brutality in Ferguson, Missouri reminds us of what happens when police states and bad economics are mixed together. Devastated by decades […]

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Sicagen: Indian Equities

Sicagen is a trading outfit based out of Chennai. It is primarily engaged in trading commercial vehicles and construction materials.  It is a distributor for Tata Motors. It reported marginal operating profits on growing revenues over the last five years […]