D. Eric Schansberg, professor of economics at Indiana University Southeast and an adjunct scholar at the Acton Institute, looks at the lessons to be learned from the response to Hurricane Katrina - one of which, in his opinion, is "Private charitable activity is always better."
hat tip: Jonathan Spalink at PowerBlog
Greg Mankiw on Free Trade - (Don Boudreaux) TweetGreg Mankiw’s recent New York Times column offers an excellent summary of some recent research on international trade. And I love his...
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