July/August 2007Volume 57, 2007
The Root Cause of Inflation Is a Settled Matter for Most Economists
July 01 2007 by Howard Baetjer Jr. ,
Economic Policies That Discouraged Private Investment Prolonged the Great Depression
July 01 2007 by Robert Higgs ,
In the Market, the Consumer Is the Ultimate Boss
July 01 2007 by Gene Callahan ,
The Market Economy Is Responsible for Ever-Changing Family Structures
July 01 2007 by Steven Horwitz ,
Occupational Licensing Does Not Protect Consumers or Improve Services
July 01 2007 by George C. Leef ,
By Morris M. Kleiner Reviewed by George C. Leef
A Useful Account of the New Deal That Rises Above the Usual Flattery of FDR and His Followers
July 01 2007 by Burton W. Folsom ,
By Elliot A. Rosen Reviewed by Burton Folsom, Jr.
How Can Psychiatry Be Practiced When It Can't Be Defined?
July 01 2007 by Thomas S. Szasz ,
The Economic Irrelevance of Unions Does Not Preclude Their Political Pull
July 01 2007 by Charles W. Baird ,
The law of unintended consequences strikes again.
July 01 2007 by P. Gardner Goldsmith ,
Employee Liberty Is Key to Maximum Productivity
July 01 2007 by C.L. Dickinson ,
Recognizing the employee as a tenant with a contract to utilize his own property (skills, talents, etc.) to increase the productivity and enhance the value of the employer's property certainly is not the view now prevailing of the employer-employee relationship.